Father of the Bride Part II

Continuity mistake: In the first film, George refers to the tree that the family carved their names in as being in the front yard. In the second film, this same tree is referred to as being in the backyard.

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Suggested correction: It is also established he can be scatterbrained when under strain, and he is often under strain, and there's no reason they can't have two trees for that purpose.

dizzyd

Continuity mistake: In the first movie, the wedding took place on January 6th. But in the opening sequence here the framed wedding invitation says October.

Other mistake: In the scene where it's talking about the hottest summer the city's ever had (or something to that effect) some neighborhood kids are frying an egg on the sidewalk. The problem is, they're sitting and kneeling on that same sidewalk with their bare legs, and don't seem to be in any pain or discomfort.

Krista

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Trivia: Check out the Scrabble board after Annie moves back in. Words like "epidural, breech, and mother." All birth-related words. Talk about a theme game.


George Banks: Mr Habeeb, this is not a piece of land. This is my home and I'm gonna be a father again and I don't want to bring my baby home to a condo on the beach! I wanna drive down that street and I wanna pull into this driveway and I wanna honk my horn.

George Banks: Now, going to the movies, that'll be economical: one child, two seniors, thanks.

Nina Banks: Just because we're older doesn't mean we're old. This is the 90s.

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Question: OK I'm gonna be dumb and ask, what on earth is Franck's nationality and accent?

Chosen answer: Martin short once claimed in an interview that Franck is just a combination of several different nationalities that he combined for the character. Like Bronson Pinchot in Beverly Hills Cop, part of the humour is not knowing where he came from.

Gavin Jackson

Question: Is there any truth in the rumors that there is a subliminal message in the movie for American Express?

Jackie Menechino

Chosen answer: Well if there is it's too subliminal to notice - so no.

David Mercier

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