Edge of Darkness

Edge of Darkness (2010)

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Corrected entry: Throughout the movie, Mel Gibson uses a New York accent. His character is supposed to be a native Bostonian.

Correction: Not so - I think whoever wrote this is not sure of either accent, but it sounds good enough to me.

Corrected entry: When Thomas Craven (Gibson) pulls up to Northmoor, he asks for "John" Bennett, but Danny Huston's character introduces himself as Jack Bennett only moments later. The character is in fact Jack Bennett.


Correction: Jack is a nickname for John, like Bill for William or Bob for Robert, etc.


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When Ray Winstone takes his pill with whiskey while talking to Mel Gibson, he takes a swig of the drink and knocks the pill back, leaving some alcohol in the glass. When we cut to a wide shot his glass is completely empty.



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