Steph_Jared

1st Apr 2005

Friends (1994)

The One With Chandler's Dad - S7-E22

Continuity mistake: When Monica and Chandler are in Las Vegas watching the burlesque show, Chandler turns the light on the middle of the table off to "hide" from his Dad. When Monica calls out saying "Waiter. Waitress.", the light is suddenly back on and remains on for the rest of the scene. (00:15:50)

Steph_Jared

21st Mar 2005

The Grid (2004)

Episode #3 - S1-E3

Audio problem: When Muhammad is meeting with the group of Al-Quaeda leaders in the desert, the movements of his mouth do not match what he is saying in the foreign language.

Steph_Jared

19th Mar 2005

Paparazzi (2004)

Visible crew/equipment: Within the first few shots when Laramie is driving his convertible down the highway, as the camera first pans across the shiny side of the car, the camera equipment is visible in the glare.

Steph_Jared

Trivia: The female dead body in the funeral home was a real actress, not a mannequin. Because the bug cocoon would be placed in her mouth until it is taken out in the middle of the examination, the prop master made the bug cocoon out of a mixture of tootsie rolls and gummie bears. This way if she accidentally swallowed it, it wouldn't do her any harm.

Steph_Jared

16th Mar 2005

Groundhog Day (1993)

Trivia: The screenwriters for the film have said that the total amount of time that Bill Murray is stuck repeating the same day is about 10 years.

Steph_Jared

8th Mar 2005

The Apprentice (2004)

Show generally

Deliberate mistake: Before each season begins filming, each potential apprentice is filmed leaving Trump Towers and entering the taxi as if they were just fired. Once the person is actually fired on the show, this becomes an obvious mistake as hairstyles, etc. change from the boardroom scene to the cast member's exit.

Steph_Jared

28th Feb 2005

Pretty Woman (1990)

Question: Is there any particular reason Julia Robert's dress was changed from the blue and white dress she wears at the beginning of the movie to a black and pink version of the same dress on the movie poster and film/disc cover? I've always wondered why - there's really no reason for the change.

Steph_Jared

Chosen answer: Posters are usually designed long after the film has been made, and by the marketing department. Decisions about the outfit may have been based solely on what was considered best by the marketing department (for instance, to match the color of the lettering in the title.) Also, Julia Roberts' head has been super-imposed onto a model's body in the poster image (just as Richard Gere's hair has been darkened). These are all creative marketing decisions.

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