All the Boys Love Mandy Lane

Audio problem: [Blu-ray] When Mandy goes to wake up Red and Chloe, she says: "Hey! Hey, we need to get up, OK? Come on." The last two words were missed from the overdub, are not heard and are also missing from the subtitles. (01:08:15)

Oliver Hunter Premium member

Continuity mistake: [Blu-ray] When Red is rolling about on the floor after he has been shot, Chloe is asking him to get up and he has no blood on his mouth. In the next shot he suddenly has a lot of blood around and coming out of his mouth. (01:12:00)

Oliver Hunter Premium member

Audio problem: [Blu-ray] When Red has been shot, the first time Chloe says to him "Get up!" her lips don't move and it's an obvious overdub. (01:11:50)

Oliver Hunter Premium member

More mistakes in All the Boys Love Mandy Lane


Chloe: Damn it. I am trying to fuck your best friend here. Give me a little cooperation please.

Bird: You know we are all trying to get you right?
Mandy Lane: Get me?
Bird: Get with you. Here's the deal, I'm not like the other guys.


Question: ***SPOILER WARNING*** I don't understanding the ending to this film. What was Mandy's reason for killing people? Is this a flawed character motivation, or did I miss something?

Chosen answer: The reason for Mandy and Emmett killing off the characters is pretty much left open for interpretation, but it seems the reason they killed them was because before Mandy became "hot over the summer" (as Dylan says at the beginning), Emmett and Mandy were treated like outcasts, and after Dylan's death, Emmett probably took a lot of the blame. It's possible that Emmett and Mandy were tired of how the popular crowd had treated them before.At the end, they made a pact to kill themselves. But after finding out that Emmett is just like the others, Mandy backs out and decides not to, but Emmett doesn't take it very well and decides to kill her too. Mandy fights him off, and she saves Garth, who seems to be the only one at the ranch who saw her as a human being and treated her with respect. So any of these reasons may have been motivation (although their actions are extreme), but overall there seems to be no obvious reason.

Hamster Premium member

New this month Answer: It's likely that Mandy developed a taste for murder subsequent to the Dylan incident, in which she evidently was more complicit than would seem at first glance.


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