Made of Honor

Made of Honor (2008)

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Corrected entry: Hannah tells Tom that Colin is a duke, but when Tom gets to Scotland, he is introduced to Colin's father. A person gets to be a duke when the current duke (usually the person's father) dies.

Correction: This is not the sole way to become a duke. For instance, Prince Andrew is the Duke of York even though his father is still living (and is the Duke of Edinburgh). It's possible to have the honor bestowed upon him by the Queen for having performed a great service.

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Corrected entry: The scenes shot in Scotland are supposed to take place on the island of Skye - which is off the west coast of Scotland. However, when the bridesmaids take the ferry across to the island, the ferry reads 'Fraserborough' - a town located along the east coast of the mainland, several hundred miles away.

Correction: The mention of Fraserburgh just states where the boat is registered, not necessarily where it sails from. In the harbour near me there are ships with Manilla and Nassau on the back of them, but they don't sail there.

Corrected entry: When Tom and his friend Felix are walking down the street in NY, (while Tom tells him that he is going to be the made-of-honor) and they see a pink dress in the window, you can see in the reflection that Tom is wearing a short-sleeved shirt, even though in the rest of the shots, he is wearing a long-sleeved one.

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Correction: Actually, when he is seen in the reflection - as if he is wearing the cute little pink dress in the window, he is topless - there is no "short-sleeved shirt" seen. He is wearing a long sleeved, button-down dark shirt and the pink dress has cap sleeves and a scoop collar. So in order to give the viewers an insight into their disturbingly funny illusion, it is merely artistic license to deliberately show his bare arms AND bare neck AS IF he really is wearing it, which he of course is not. Not a mistake.

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