Nurse Betty

Nurse Betty (2000)

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When George (Kinnear) asks Betty (Zellweger) to appear on 'A Reason to Love', she gets so nervous that she breaks down and realizes that she's been obsessing over a character. George gets angry and leaves. Charlie (Freeman) and Wesley (Rock) both make it to Betty's apartment. They both take Betty and Rosa (Texada) hostage. Roy (Glover) and Ballard (Vince) show up as well, and are also taken hostage. Charlie takes Betty into the bedroom and talks with her. Wesley keeps an eye on the hostages, but they out smart him, when Ballard gets his hands on a gun he hid in an ankle holster. Ballard shoots and kills Wesley. Charlie walks out of the room to find dead Wesley, and shoots at Ballard and Roy. Betty gets Charlie's gun and threatens to shoot him but doesn't. Charlie gets shot while trying to escape. After that, Roy and Rosa get together. George still does the show and Betty takes a vacation.

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Continuity mistake: After Betty goes to see Sue-Anne there is a shot of her house with the driveway partly visable. In the corner of the screen Betty's car is pulling into the drive, when she should be pulling out.

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