Say Anything...

Say Anything... (1989)

Continuity mistake: When Lloyd calls Diane's house for the first time to ask her out, he gives her father his phone number as 555-1342 (several times), but later when Diane is reading her list of messages, Lloyd's number is listed as 555-2342.

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Continuity mistake: Right after Lloyd gets his nose broken while kickboxing, Diane begs him to take her back. As they converse, the string of drying blood under Lloyd's nose changes from being to the right of his nostril to directly under it.

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Factual error: When Diane visits her father in prison, she hands him a pen, but visitors in prison are very closely searched - no way could a visitor give a prisoner a pen of any kind (they're contraband for prisoners as they can be used as weapons), let alone a heavy pen like that one. Even if he were in a minimum-security prison (which his orange jumpsuit seems to indicate he's not) this rule would still apply.

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Trivia: Lawrence Kasdan was originally set to direct, but dropped out.

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Trivia: The Smithereens were commissioned by Cameron Crowe to write the theme song for the movie, and they came up with "A Girl Like You." Crowe thought that the lyrics were too leading (they outline the entire plot), so he rejected it in favor of Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes." "A Girl Like You" went on to be included in the Smithereen's next album, "11."

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Trivia: Jennifer Connelly was going to be cast as Diane Court but director Cameron Crowe cast Ione Skye instead after he saw her performance in "River's Edge" and felt she was more right for the part then Connelly.

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