Bottle Shock

Continuity mistake: During the scene that Bo and Sam kiss, his hair changes between shots. From the back, his hair is completely pulled back. From the front, his bangs are down. (01:27:20)

Factual error: During the airport scene, the 737 shown is a model from 1984 or newer, with distinctive large diameter engines. The movie is set in 1976, when all 737s had long narrow engines.

Factual error: Gustavo drives a Ural motorcycle, a Russian brand which would not have been available (or even legal to register due to safety standards) in the United States in 1976.


Maurice: It's oaky... Oh, yeah, and smoky. I detect... bacon fat... laced with honey melon.

Jim Barrett: Why don't I like you?
Steven Spurrier: Because you think I'm an arsehole. And I'm not, really. I'm just British and, well... you're not.

Steven Spurrier: Great wine is great art, my friend. I am, in effect, a shepherd... whose mission is to offer the public another form of great art and to guide its appreciation thereof.
Maurice: Well, a shepherd... by definition, needs a flock. And a business, by necessity... needs customers.
Steven Spurrier: So, if I were to subscribe to that proviso would you be considered a customer?
Maurice: No. No, I would be considered... an enthusiastic... advocate.

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