Steel

Continuity mistake: When the bad guys with the high tech weapons shoot down the helicopter, there is a cop standing directly under the helicopter as it is coming down. The guy who plays the cop is clearly an older looking man with no hair on the top and graying hairs on the side. As Shaq (Steel) goes to tackle him to get him out the way, the stuntman for the cop is clearly recognizable, because the stuntman has a full head of black hair and a part on the left side.

Character mistake: When John Henry Irons is arrested, two police officers lay him face-down in order to zip-tie his wrists behind his back. A close-up of Irons' hands, however, reveals that the zip-tie only wraps around his right wrist while crossing about mid-way on his left thumb, meaning that he could easily remove his left hand from the restraint with very little effort. Arresting police officers would never make this mistake in real life.

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Trivia: When Uncle Joe gives John the hammer he made, after Joe comments on the hammer's special shaft, Susan and John kind of roll their eyes at Uncle Joe. Richard Roundtree, who plays Uncle Joe, played John Shaft in the 1970s.

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John Henry Irons: I never could make the free-throws.

Uncle Joe: Well, I'll be dipped in shit and rolled in breadcrumbs.

Susan Sparks: Sometimes shit happens.

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