Continuity mistake: This is the car chase scene, where Ralph Fiennes and Angela Bassett are in a limo being chased by two bad cops in a pickup. Early in the scene, you have the view from inside the pickup when it rams the limo from the rear passenger side, and you can clearly see bullet holes in the glass and rear of the limo (no weapons fired yet). Then a few seconds later in the scene, you can see the rear of the limo with no damage. Moments later, you see one of the cops firing an automatic weapon, and subsequently witnessing the holes being made in the limo.
Audio problem: When Lenny, Masey and Max have found Tic "cooked off" in his van, Masey and Max are having a discussion and there is a shot of Lenny in the van, trying to make Tic more comfortable. Behind him, you can see Masey and she is obviously talking, but unfortunately, it is Max we can hear in voiceover.
Trivia: To stage the year 2000 New Year's countdown, four city blocks were closed off near the Bonaventure Hotel in L.A. To get the estimated twelve thousand extras needed for the scene, a concert was put together. The "Millennium Event" was advertised in local newspapers and on the local radio stations, bringing people from all over to the show. Live music, including Aphex Twin and Doc Martin, kept the energy level high, while the production raffled off trips to Hawaii and other door prizes.
Question: There were two times in this film where sound effects seemed to come straight from 'Terminator 2'. Both appeared in the scene where Mace and Lenny are being chased by Steckler and Engelman. First, the sound of screeching car tires sounded identical to the T-1000's skidding tires as he swerves to the off-ramp in the liquid nitrogen truck. Second, when Engelman fired the machine gun at the car, the sound was the same as Sarah shooting Dyson's computers at his home. Is it the same sounds or just similar ones?
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