William Bergquist

Factual error: George is paid an extra $15,000 to move out of the house in ten days and he his paid in $1,000 bills. Although $1,000 bills do exist, they are not used by private citizens. They are only used by large banks.

William Bergquist

3rd Jan 2011

Body Heat (1981)

Continuity mistake: When the scout is watching Marla's batting practice in the gymnasium, the same shot is used twice when she hits the ball through the window. One far way, then one closeup.

William Bergquist

Trivia: Buttermaker gets a gentleman's club for the team's sponsor but one of the many sponsors he looks into first is Chico's Bail Bonds which was the team sponsor in the 1976 version of the movie.

William Bergquist

5th Jul 2009

The Money Pit (1986)

Plot hole: Walter and Anna each agree to pay half of the $200,000 for the house. However, Walter borrows the full amount of $200,000 from Benny. He also didn't know the house was a lemon.

William Bergquist

5th Jul 2009

The Money Pit (1986)

Plot hole: The house has no pool, even though Walter tells the homeowner she has the best kept pool he's ever seen.

William Bergquist

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Suggested correction: When Walter tells the homeowner that the pool is well-kept, she lets out a groan that suggests that it's a flood.

Trivia: As noted in her memoir 'My Life with Bonnie and Clyde', upon seeing the movie, the real Blanche Barrow described the on screen Blanche saying, "That movie made me out like a screaming horse's ass."

William Bergquist

Factual error: When the ship goes straight up 20 miles, the ship is in space with the curvature of the Earth and atmostphere visible. 20 miles is just over 100,000 feet. He would have to have gone over 50 miles up to reach space.

William Bergquist

Revealing mistake: When the helicopter is chasing the charger, in several shots, only the driver is visible in the charger when there should be three people. (01:25:30)

William Bergquist

16th Oct 2007

Airport 1975 (1974)

28th Sep 2007

The New Kids (1985)

10th Sep 2007

Midnight Madness (1980)

31st Jul 2007

The Glimmer Man (1996)

27th Jun 2007

Hostel: Part II (2007)

Revealing mistake: It's obvious that when Clyde disassembles the car, the car has been pre-disassembled so Clyde would have an easy time taking it apart. Specifically the doors and trunk lid.

William Bergquist

20th May 2007

Midnight Madness (1980)

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