Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Revealing mistake: The marijuana plants being grown in the film are obviously not real. The plants in the film have very plastic looking leaves with no serrated edges like real marijuana.

Revealing mistake: When Dog's gang begins getting in the van after the robbery, John is sitting in the back of the van with the barely conscious traffic warden. The actor sees the others start getting into the van, so he lifts the traffic warden's head up from the floor and just about starts his dialog. He then seems to realise that he's jumping the gun and quickly pushes the traffic wardens head back down. A few seconds later the whole gang is in the van, so the guy in the back picks the traffic warden's head back up and starts his dialog like he was supposed to.

RJR99SS

Continuity mistake: You see Tom and Bacon et al break into the neighbour's place through a back door; however when it cuts back to them, you can see them entering through the front door.

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Soap: A minute ago this was the safest job in the world. Now it's turning into a bad day in Bosnia.

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Trivia: Just after bacon orders '3 of your most refreshing drinks' listen to the football commentry being played in the background. The film's director Guy Richie is playing on the wing.

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Question: After Rory lights the guy on the bar on fire, why does he just casually hang around afterwards? The guy was there with friends.

Brian Katcher

Answer: Would you want to mess with a guy who just casually lit someone on fire without batting an eye?

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