Question: When there's a fight with the German dancers Clark dances with and the Griswolds run away and drive away as fast as they can, why do those German dancers chase after them with ropes? What were they going to do to them?
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Question: What was that scream at the end? Was that Kate's scream? If so, why did she scream? What happened to her at the end?
Question: At the end of the movie, it shows Benny managing to steal home, being called safe, the catcher arguing that Benny was out and the umpire saying Benny was safe. In slow motion, it shows the catcher catching the ball and tagging Benny as he slides into home so why wasn't Benny called out?
Question: Why do Jasper and Horace not appear in this film? Are they still in prison or did Cruella just lose faith in them?
Question: Why were they even kidnapping people in the first place? The ransom seemed like it wasn't planned and they only did it when they discovered that Jeff was rich. So if there is no ransom usually, why even kidnap couples to begin with? If it's just to rob them, then that doesn't seem very lucrative for the risk.
Question: How could Roman call Sidney at the moment the police took him with them?
Question: When masses of babies are made, where do the letters come from? Don't parents know the storks don't deliver babies anymore?
Question: Who plays the crying man (a neighbor we never see) in the divorcee apartment?
Question: Why was Beethoven arrested? He wasn't doing anything illegal.
Question: What song is playing when Will dumps Gwen?
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