15th May 2008
Corrected entry: While hosting the black awareness rally, when Mr. Mcdowell's daughter Lisa is about to give a speech, Mr Mcdowell exclaims, "Be sure to put in a plug about the newsalad bar." There are numerous interior restaurant scenes, but there is no sign of any salad bar anywhere.
28th Feb 2007
12th Jan 2008
4th Jun 2007
Corrected entry: Sharon Stone is seen giving a news interview describing what her son was last seen wearing before he went missing. She describes him as wearing pants and a shirt. However, the last time that she saw him they were in an argument in the living room and he was in his underwear. He then ran upstairs, put his clothes on, climbed out the window and she never saw what he was wearing.
6th Sep 2007
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12th Jul 2007
Corrected entry: Snake is supposed to bring the president back in the glider, but where would he sit? The cockpit was barely big enough for Snake to climb in alone.
15th Jun 2007
Corrected entry: In the trailer to Halloween II, the man coming out of his house asking Loomis what was going on (right after Michael had been shot) and stating that "He had been trick or treated to death tonight" was a British man probably in his 60's. In the actual movie, however, that man was now a completely different guy who was probably in his 30's or 40's, with an American accent.
13th May 2007
Corrected entry: Special Edition mistake. For the SE release George Lucas added a deleted scene with Jaba the Hut and some bounty hunters looking for Han Solo and Chewbacca at the Millennium Falcon. Since Boba Fet had become such a popular character, he added him in too. The problem is the in the Star Wars Holiday Special (which aired November of 1978) Chewbacca meets Boba Fet for the first time with Luke Skywalker. Now it is true that George Lucas said that if he had the time and a sledge hammer he would smash ever copy of the Holiday Special, BUT it is still a part of the Star Wars Universe, and therefore still canonical.
26th Feb 2007
Corrected entry: When Miller, and Ryan are in the ditch, Ryan states he's out of ammo, but in the next scene, he fires off another round.
12th May 2004
Corrected entry: Sally depicts Butch as highly intelligent. However, that he leaves his dangerous companion Terry in the custody of a shaky 8-year old with an empty gun gives the spectator some uneasy moments but doesn't make sense at all. Since eventually he wanted to part ways with Terry anyway, he could have done his shopping with Phillip, the gun, and the car keys and leave Terry by himself. (00:22:25)NancyFelix
30th Nov 2006
Corrected entry: As David and Jennifer sneak up the stairs to his room while his unaware dad is watching the news in the next room, listen carefully to the news anchor. The newsman says, "There has been an explosion in a prophylactic recycling plant." Obviously nobody recycles condoms, so this is probably an adlibbed joke by the fake news voice talent that stayed in the final cut.
23rd Nov 2006
Corrected entry: Right as Laurie is being wheeled in an emergency room and the nurses and staff are preparing her, one of the nurses asks where Dr. Mixter is, and another one replies that he "is" ("is as in at the present) at the same party her folks were at, and that he was real drunk. However, a few seconds later, Dr. Mixter walks in and asks someone to get him some coffee.
11th Oct 2003
5th Oct 2006
Corrected entry: During the famous opening vibrator scene, we see everyone in the room splattered by cake frosting (from the vibrator landing in the cake). But when they show the cake afterwards, it's clear that large volume of frosting splattered over everyone is many times more than the frosting displaced from the actual cake.
30th May 2006
Corrected entry: Throughout the entire movie, it seems that Ricky Vaughn is both used in the starting role, and also as a closer in the bottom innings. Though not impossible, this situation is very unlikely in the major leagues.
27th Aug 2001
14th Oct 2005
Corrected entry: Andrew Beckett was fired because he allegedly almost caused his firm to miss a filing deadline. We are shown the clock at 3:45 p.m., supposedly "75 minutes before the deadline," and are told how the complaint was "found" just in the nick of time and filed (i.e., just before 5:00 p.m.).The US District Court (the Federal Court) in Philadelphia (and anywhere else) is always open for business, and has an "after hours box" where attorneys can file pleadings anytime of the day or night. The pleadings are then time-stamped and considered "filed" on that date, as long as the pleading was filed before midnight.
10th Oct 2005
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