The Mask

The Mask (1994)

22 corrected entries

(11 votes)

Corrected entry: When Dorian is the Mask, he gets shot exactly 8 times, but he spits 15 bullets.

Correction: He is shot more than 8 times. The other guy's men (sorry, I don't know his name) are also shooting at him. True, the other guy shoots him 8 times, but we don't know how many times his men shoot him.

Correction: Because Dorian was wearing the mask, he can fire off as many bullets as he wants without ever needing to stop at a certain point.

Corrected entry: When Ipkiss escapes from jail, he handcuffs himself to the cop. While he is driving to the club, you can see that they are no longer handcuffed. It's a pretty big mistake considering that the cop says "get these handcuffs off of me" when you can see that they aren't on him.

Josh Appelbaum

Correction: It is probably because he handcuffed him to part of the car, not to himself.

Revealing mistake: When Kellaway shows up at Stanley's apartment to question him about his pajamas and Stanley scrambles to stuff all the stolen bank money into his closet, you can see that a few of the bills are blank on the back side, revealing that the money is a fake movie prop.

Phaneron Premium member

More mistakes in The Mask

The Mask: Our love is like a red, red rose... And I am a little thorny.

More quotes from The Mask

Trivia: When Stanley, as the Mask, is emptying his pockets for the goons, he pulls out a condom, and says "Sorry, wrong pocket" - this was improvised on the spot by Jim Carrey for the scene.


More trivia for The Mask

Question: The question of the car braking is to why is the car actually braking. I understand why it makes a screeching noise as the car brakes, but what I don't understand is why a car would brake automatically. I mean, you have to push the brake pedal to operate the brakes, cars don't brake automatically. When Stanly is driving the car, there wouldn't be a need for him to accelerate and brake like that, so why does the car keep braking?


Chosen answer: It's an old car, so obviously a numbr of things could be wrong with it, like the clutch or the engine. Faults with either of these things would cause a car to brake in this way.

More questions & answers from The Mask

Join the mailing list

Separate from membership, this is to get updates about mistakes in recent releases. Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Check out the mistake & trivia books, on Kindle and in paperback.