10 Things I Hate About You

Revealing mistake: In the scene where the kids are shooting arrows and the coach gets hit by one, they send a girl to call 911. If you look closely and follow her in the background, after she runs a few yards, she slows down and eventually stops and stands there playing with her hair. Talk about help... (00:57:05)

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Continuity mistake: When Kat and Patrick are playing paintball right before they kiss you can see that they are barely covered in paint. When they do kiss and are on the ground, they are totally covered with it. (01:06:35)

Audio problem: When Patrick starts singing and gets that marching band to play, look closely at the cymbal player when he bangs them together - it makes the sound, but they don't touch. (01:01:40)

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Trivia: The film is a remake of Shakespeare's comedy play "The Taming of the Shrew".

Trivia: Kat's last name is Stratford, a homage to Shakespeare's home town of Stratford upon Avon in Warwickshire.

Trivia: The red Dodge Dart GT Kat Stratford [Julia Stiles] drives actually belonged to Heath Ledger.

Allister Cooper, 2011

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Patrick: Don't ever let any one make you feel like you don't deserve what you want.

Ms. Perky: I've been hearing a lot of complaints about you again. People are saying you're...
Kat: tempestuous?
Ms. Perky: Well, "heinous bitch" is the term used most often.

Kat: Remove head from sphincter, then drive!

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Question: What car does Kat drive?

Chosen answer: A 1964 Dodge Dart.

FordGuy

Answer: Don't know if it's confirmed but that's believed to be Heath Ledger's Dodge Dart that he had at the time.

Question: What kind of car does Joey drive?

Answer: Chevrolet Camaro Z28. Model year could be '94 to '97.

BaconIsMyBFF

Question: When Michael tells Cameron that Bogie started that rumour at the beginning of the movie, what are Izods? Is it an American thing or something?

Chosen answer: They are a clothing brand, long associated with the 'preppie' type and society's upper crust. Until the emergence of Polo in the mid 80's, 'Izod' (and their alligator logo) was virtually synonymous with 'knit golf shirt.' If one aspires to the silly conventions of wearing such labels for their status, one would never buy them from an outlet mall, only an exclusive high-dollar retailer.

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