Blade II

Revealing mistake: When Damoscinos is dying, just after being bitten, he stumbles to the ground. As he does so, you can see the tube feeding the green "blood" to his neck on the ground behind him.

Revealing mistake: In the opening scene, Novak attacks and bites a woman, and when the security guard begins to shoot at Novak there are bumps on Novak's back exactly where he gets shot, signifying the explosive squibs. (00:02:50)

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Revealing mistake: This is during the fight between Blade and Nomak at the House of Pain. While Blade is walking across the wooden platform, you can see Nomak readying himself to get launched on the platform. (00:52:20)

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Revealing mistake: When Blade slices Reinhardt in half, as the sunglasses fly off the two halves of his face you can briefly see that Reinhardt (or more precisely the CGI model of him) has no eyes. (01:37:23)

Revealing mistake: Near the end, when Blade pierces Lomac's heart with the sword and blood comes out of his mouth, he starts wobbling around and they do a wide shot, behind Lomac you can see the tube that feeds the blood on the ground and it comes up under his costume.

Continuity mistake: Just after Scud gets blown up, Reinhardt's face has no blood on it. Yet when he walks out of the room with Whistler, his face is covered in blood.

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Scud: So, B-man, what do you think?
Blade: Sounds like a plan.
Whistler: What do you really think?
Blade: They're gonna fuck us the first chance they get.

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Trivia: At the end of the film, Rush is killed by Blade, who is hiding behind the curtain at a peep-show booth. In the 1996 film "The Crow: City of Angels", the lead character Ashe surprises a villain in the same manner. Both films were written by David S. Goyer. Goyer had disowned "The Crow: City of Angels" however, due to studio-enforced edits, and decided to re-use the scene in this film.

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Question: If Blade knew the bomb on the back of Reinhardt's head wasn't actually a dud like Scud believed it to be, why didn't he detonate it and kill Reinhardt instead of using it to kill Scud? Surely Reinhardt is a bigger threat than Scud. Blade could kill Scud with his bare hands if he wanted to.

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Chosen answer: Killing Scud with it probably was more satisfying for Blade than Reinhardt, who he easily beat as well. He hates familiars and that moment he used the bomb to have Scud reveal his betrayal, and then kill him, so he won't get away. Reinhardt he knew would not try to run, he was killing him anyway.

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