Be Cool

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Vince Vaughn is complaining to Harvey Keitel in Harvey's office about the hitman he hates his gold necklace is either tucked into his shirt and red tracksuit or hanging out. This alternates throughout shots but during the same conversation.

Continuity mistake: In the scene when Chilli Palmer comes home to find a dead assassin waiting for him, he calls a friend to help him move the body. When the friend gets there, they lift the body up to get his wallet, as they sit him back down, you can see his eyes moving. In the next shot, his eyes are looking a different way. Dead people do not move their eyes all around.

Continuity mistake: In the scene when Lynda Moon meets Uma Thurman for the first time she puts her bag on her shoulder after she gets out of her car, it is visible that she puts one of the straps over her shoulder while the other appears to be twisted but in the next shot both straps are over her shoulder in the normal fashion.

Continuity mistake: When Edie shows her tattoo to Chili she holds her glass in her left hand and the top of her panties with her right hand. When it cuts it's the other way around. (00:15:50)


Continuity mistake: During the Aerosmith concert as Steven Tyler and Linda sings "Now I'm dying cause I met you", Linda has her left arm stretched out. When it cuts she has her arm on her chest. (01:28:25)


Continuity mistake: In the scene where Chili walks in on The Rock waiting for him and Rock pauses the video to do his monologue, when Rock starts it back up, it is different from where he paused the tape.

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Audio problem: Almost every time guns are aimed or moved quickly, you hear clicks or metal sounds that people associate with firearms. However, guns only make these noises when the shooter manipulates the gun itself. Guns don't make "racking" noises just by aiming them.

Darryl: What do you tell a man with two black eyes? Nothing, he's already been told twice.

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Answer: It is "Cryin'", One of Aerosmith's songs from the mid 90's.


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