Exit Wounds
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Continuity mistake: When Segal is held captive in the speeding black van, one of the captors is pushed out the side door by Segal and is crushed when the passenger side of the van hits a row of parked cars - one of the side doors gets knocked off but a few shots later, as the van is scraping past a line of cars, the door's back on. (01:04:20)

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Steven Segal extends his hand out to help the little girl up, he first puts out his left hand, then in the camera view you see his right hand being grabbed by the little girl, then when the view changes again, she is holding his left hand.

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Continuity mistake: When Segal is held captive in the speeding black van, one of the captors is pushed out the side door by Segal and is crushed when the passenger side of the van hits a row of parked cars - one of the side doors gets knocked off but a few shots later, as the van is scraping past a line of cars, the door's back on. (01:04:20)

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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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