Another 48 Hrs.

Continuity mistake: At the end, when Jack shoots the main bad guy, he had already double-tapped somebody, but then shoots at least 5 more shots from a 6-shot revolver.

Continuity mistake: When Reggie asks the pickpocket at the bar to buy him a drink, you can see the bartender pouring his drink in front of him. The camera angle changes and the bartender is seen pouring his drink but she is standing much further back from Reggie.

MCKD

Continuity mistake: Reggie's suit and white shirt never gets dirty, even though he was inside a bus which flipped over 17 times. No marks on his face or body, no blood stains or dirt on his white shirt and/or suit.

Gisella
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Reggie: How much of my money did you spend?
Jack: Oh, about 25 grand. You said I could buy a new car.
Reggie: So where is it?
Jack: This is the new car.
Reggie: This looks like the same piece-of-shit sky blue Cadillac you had before.
Jack: Yeah, I bought the same make, model, year, color, everything the same. That's the way I like it. I get attached to things, Reggie.

Jack: You got framed. That's what every convict says.
Reggie: Well, what about you, man? They never found that bad guy's gun out at the racetrack.
Jack: That's different.
Reggie: How's it different?
Jack: I'm a cop, you're a crook.
Reggie: Oh, get the fuck outta here! Just 'cause I'm a convict, every thin' that comes outta my mouth is a god damn lie?
Jack: That's right.
Reggie: So it's just Screw Reggie Hammond?
Jack: That's right.

Reggie Hammond: Look, Jack, I gave you the money in good faith, you told me I could fucking trust you and now after all this shit I can't get my money?
Jack: Well, you finally got the picture, convict.

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