Exit Wounds

Correction: There really isn't any connection to make this trivia too interesting and is far too common. Many actors who work together will likely have some connection to a particular actor or director. Other than the fact they have all worked with one actor is nothing more than an observation.

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Corrected entry: Segal's Dodge sticker is clearly on the bottom of the side window when he gets it. It has jumped to the top later on when thugs try to steal it.

Correction: When you first see the Dodge, the window is rolled down. When the thugs try to steal it, the window is rolled up.

Corrected entry: During the fight in the club when Steven Seagal is punching a guy with chains the guy's face goes from clean to being covered with blood from one shot to the next.

Correction: The mans face is obviously going to be covered in blood, as the chains are made of a high tensile compound steel, although Steven Seagal's hand (knuckles) would be quite sore after punching old mate's head with such brute force.

Corrected entry: You can tell that this movie is filmed in Canada because when Steven Segal is doing the catwalk on the bike he stole he drives past a Tim Horton's, a Canadian doughnut shop. There are no Tim Horton's in Detroit or the States.

Correction: There are Tim Horton's elsewhere in North America - the film was still filmed in Canada, though.

Corrected entry: When Seagal goes to shoot the helicopter down, you can clearly see is shooting his semi-automatic 1911 .45 caliber pistol. But that is not what we hear. Instead we hear the full auto roar of one of the badguy's submachine guns.

Correction: According to the props list on www.exitwounds.net, Boyd (Seagal) picks up a Glock 18 machine pistol from a terrorist and it is that weapon he is firing.

Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Boyd is riding a bike down an alley trying to escape Useldinger & Montini he dodges two big trashcans but his followers hits them making them fly onto the street. In the scene where the two trashcan comes out on the street you can see a wire pulling one of them towards the phone booth.

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Linda, Anger Management Therapist: Mr. Boyd, I believe that you were sent to us because of work related stress, aggression towards authority figures, and an all-round lack of discipline.
Orin Boyd: I'm fine. You can move on. Other people want to say something.

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Trivia: This is the second film that David Vadim has appeared in that also features a Vice President character, but without sharing any scenes with them. He played Igor Nevsky in 'Air Force One' (1997) to Glenn Close's Vice President, with her on the ground and him in the plane, and Matt Montini in 'Exit Wounds' to Christopher Lawford's Vice President who only appeared in the opening scenes. (Exit Wounds).

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