The In-Laws

Audio problem: When Steve is thanking Melissa for marrying Mark, the bride turns out to be Angela. Angela knocks Steve to the floor and grabs a gun from under her wedding dress. You can hear the sound of a hammer cocking but the gun turns out to be a hammerless automatic.

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Visible crew/equipment: In the shot of Michael Douglas pouring a drink at the back of the plane, you can see the boom mike overhead.

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Visible crew/equipment: In the first plane scene, you see the toy plane take off, if you look at the first shot of it coming off the ground, you can see a shadow of a person and the headphones with the mic over the mouth.

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Question: Does anybody know if a 'Juliet Class Torpedo' can out run a Seadoo? Because it seems that it could if a self propelled torpedo can maintain an average of 30 knots.

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Chosen answer: Designs of torpedoes dating back to before World War Two were generally capable of exceeding thirty knots, with many current designs easily doubling that and, in certain cases, reaching well into three-figure territory. The Juliet-class torpedo appears to be fictional, but, given the performance figures for real life designs, a speed of thirty knots seems actually quite slow.

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