Directed by: Paul Thomas Anderson
Starring: Genevieve Zweig, Julianne Moore, Mark Flanagan, Neil Flynn, Pat Healy, Tom Cruise, William H. Macy
Question: What do the frogs stand for? Is it a biblical reference, or could the screenwriters just not think of a better way to wrap up?
Chosen answer: It's much debated the exact meaning, but it's kind of a reference saying that seemingly impossible things do happen. As we see later in the film, people stuck in similarly impossible situations might just have a chance of getting out of them.
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Frank T.J. Mackey: I will drop-kick those fuckin' dogs if they come near me.
In the opening scenes, the police officer carries a shotgun to his vehicle. When he gets into the car, he's got a flashlight and a nightstick.
Every time "quiz kid" Donnie Smith is in his car, the song "Dreams" by Gabrielle is playing. It is also playing in the police officer's car at the end.