The Distinguished Gentleman

Factual error: When Congressman Johnson is in a meeting with Pro-Bono advocate, Celia Kirby, he brings the topic of auto insurance up and asks her assistant, Ira, how much he pays. Ira states he has a '82 Dodge Dart. Dodge did not make an automobile of that particular model, in that year. (00:51:15)

Continuity mistake: When Eddie Murphy is on a duck hunting trip with a bunch of gun lobbyists, the lobbyists are firing their M16 rifles at a bunch of ducks that are flying by. You can clearly see them squeezing the trigger and not a single shell case is coming from the chamber of the gun. Also, when you fire a gun there is usually smoke from the muzzle but in the movie there is no smoke, yet you hear the sound of several guns firing. (00:55:00)

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