Stuck On You

Stuck On You (2003)

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Moe shows the Tenor brothers their apartment, the star on the door is gold. Later when Morty is riding around on the scooter, you can see the star on their door has changed to silver. It changes many more times throughout the movie.

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Continuity mistake: Whilst Walt and Bob are cooking at the beginning of the film, there is a large bandage on Bob's forehead. Just after chopping up the mushrooms the bandage disappears, the next time we see them it is back on.

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Continuity mistake: Right before Bob has his first panic attack, Walt is holding the newspaper in his left hand. When the shots change, it ends up in his right hand without him moving it.

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Trivia: If you stay a little bit into the credits, there is a nice thank you speech from the person who plays Rocket.

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Trivia: The movie the guys are watching on the autocinema on Bob's first date is the Mexican film "Y tu mamá también" (And your mother too), directed by Alfonso Cuarón, who also did Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

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Trivia: The line "...two dip shits stuck together" was edited in from an earlier outtake. This explains why we never actually see Greg Kinnear say this in the film.

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Question: When Greg Kinnear is acting in a play at the end of the movie, what is the name of the song he sings when he plays "Bonnie and Clyde"?

Chosen answer: It's the Billy Stewart version of "Summertime" from George Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess".

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Question: What is the song that is playing at the end of the movie when Matt Damon is at the burger place working and his brother comes in and plays a song on the jukebox?

Chosen answer: Bread - Baby I'm -a want you.

Question: At the end of the movie when Walt is singing the song Summertime, is he lip syncing? If so, who is the singer? I know this song has been covered by any number of people over the years, but this particular rendition was popular in the 60's or 70's. Does anyone know who the singer was?

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Chosen answer: Greg Kinnear is singing himself - DVD commentary.

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