Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Other mistake: When one of the agents is ambushed by the Tooth Fairies he is reduced to a skeleton, with his teeth still visible. However, it was earlier stated that Tooth Fairies start by eating the teeth, then finish off the rest of a body.

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Continuity mistake: In the first Hellboy movie, when they first show the BPRD headquarters, it reads "Newark, New Jersey". In Hellboy II, they show what is clearly the same highly distinctive building, but it now reads "Trenton, New Jersey".

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Continuity mistake: After the golden army bots awaken, it zooms out to show how big the army is, when they do the prince and princess disappear in the background, then reappear.

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Trivia: When Hellboy hears Abe's music in the hallway, the display he is leaning against has Kroenen's mask from the first film.

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Trivia: When Prince Nuada reassembles the three pieces of the crown, the screws in the crown can be momentarily seen before a shine passes over it.

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Trivia: During the auction scene, there's a man with a dog on his lap. This man is Santiago Segura, a Spanish actor. He was the underground train driver in the first film (the one who knocked HB down the train with a fire extinguisher).

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Hellboy: [Offering a beer.] Here. Drink up.
Abe Sapien: Oh, no, my body is a temple.
Hellboy: Well, now it's an amusement park.

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Hellboy: Can't.Smile...Without you.
Abe Sapien: I like this song, you know.
Hellboy: Yep I'm gonna need a beer too.

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Hellboy: I know; I'm ugly!

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Question: When the Princess Nuala asks Abe what he's wearing early in the film, Abe answers "It's a breathing apparatus". But he only dons the mechanism twice in the film, and rarely wears it outside where the microbes in the air can kill him! Why even wear it?

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Chosen answer: Why not wear it? It's clearly something that's useful to him, even if it's apparently not particularly essential. It may simply just make him more comfortable, like a human wearing a scarf in cold weather - allowing him to breathe the water that he prefers rather than air. There's never any mention that Abe can only survive for a limited time out of the water; equally, there's no suggestion that he's particularly vulnerable to atmospheric microbes. It's part of his equipment that he uses when he wishes to, that's all.

Tailkinker Premium member

Question: When Abe or the Princess are in the library, (but I can't remember if they are together) what is the name/author of the poem they are reading?

Chosen answer: "In Memoriam" by Alfred Lord Tennyson.

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Question: Early in the film, it appears as though Mr. Wink's metal hand can completely detach itself (note how it has to crawl back to him in the museum), yet he is killed in the Troll Market when his hand (and the chain attached) become stuck in the giant trash-compactor machine. Why did he not just detach his hand at this point, as he did earlier?

Chosen answer: The hand never fully detaches. It still has the chain connected to it when it was crawling back at the beginning. It simply crawled back until the chain finally drew itself in long enough to pull it in faster than it was crawling.

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