Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
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Continuity mistake: In the beginning of the movie when the Angels are rescuing the US Marshall, Lucy Liu is wearing stiletto heeled boots. When they jump out of the window, the heels are square. (00:01:30 - 00:06:40)

Continuity mistake: When Madison is speeding away in her Shelby Cobra with the Angels hanging on, she crashes into a theatre. While in the theatre, there are shots of the car in the background. It is a completely different car than the Shelby that Madison was driving a few minutes before. The racing stripes are thicker, the wheels are different and the car is actually a lot bigger. (01:31:30 - 01:33:10)

Factual error: Helicopter rotor blades do not unfold by themselves and there is no way to unfold them from inside the helicopter. A trained mechanic with the right tools and equipment (including the proper ladder for the job) will take a minimum of twenty minutes to rig a four bladed rotor, and that's if (s)he's in a hurry. An airborne (i.e. falling) helicopter? Forget it. (00:07:40)

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Natalie is in the men's room at Pete's high school reunion, she first pulls down her red and white Spider-man underwear, but later when the stalls fall over her underwear appears to be black.


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Continuity mistake: When Demi Moore shoots the Angels off the side of the observatory, the bullet intended for Drew Barrymore hits her in the lower abdomen. Later in the movie when the Angels wake up on the lawn below the observatory, the only bullet hole in Drew's shirt is on her upper left chest. (01:17:05 - 01:20:25)

Factual error: When escaping with Ray Carter in Mongolia, the Angels drive a truck across a bridge and encounter a tank. The tank used is an old U.S. Army M48 or M60 with a red star painted on the turret - not likely to be found in Mongolia.

david barlow

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Continuity mistake: When the Angels are walking through the sprinklers after getting shot, you can see the bullet holes in each one of the Angels' shirts. When they get to the car, and it blows up, Cameron Diaz's bullet hole disappears. (01:20:00 - 01:21:30)

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Continuity mistake: In the dirt bike racing scene, there's a long "slow-motion" shot that includes a large section of a very patchy-cloudy sky. In all other shots of the race, the sky is clear blue. (00:32:45)

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the movie, when the three Angels and the US Marshall escape from the house in Mongolia, they break a window and there are many glass chips, but when they hit the ground, the glass has disappeared. (00:06:20)

Dr Wilson

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Continuity mistake: When the Angels get shot off the observatory, Natalie is between Alex and Dylan. When the next shot shows them on the ground, Natalie is on the far right, past Dylan. (01:17:15)

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Continuity mistake: When the Angels are walking through the sprinklers, they get soaked. But after their car blows up and they are lying on the ground Drew Barrymore's hair is dry along with Lucy Liu's. (01:21:30)

Revealing mistake: Just after Madison says to the Angels, "Looks like one of the three amigos has gone adios" and Drew gets thrown by Madison, Drew hits the wall. For some reason, the camera vibrates.

Continuity mistake: After the car scene where Drew and Lucy fall off the car, it bounces at least 13 times and then goes through a theater. It is no longer dented or smashed at all. (01:32:05)

Continuity mistake: When Dylan tries to roundhouse kick Madison from behind, Madison catches her foot and twists it so her toes are pointing down. In the next frame just before Madison throws Dylan over her shoulder, Dylan's toes are pointing up. (01:15:25)

Deliberate mistake: Bosley is a school crossing guard trying to help the Angels. The children behind them say they are gonna be late for school. Of course they're going to be late because there is not a school within 10 miles of where they are standing. There's trees and what looks like a huge mountainside on the other side of the street. You can see this more visibly as the car that is about to run over Bosley is approaching. Done for a gag, but still ridiculous. (01:09:05)


Factual error: When Dylan tries to kick Madison and she catches her foot Madison twists Dylan's foot straight down and you hear bones popping, but after getting flipped and kicked she gets up without so much as a limp. Her ankle should have been broken/dislocated at this point. (01:15:00)


Continuity mistake: When the Angels encounter Madison at the observatory they are supposedly wearing bullet-proof vests. You can tell through Nat's shirt she isn't wearing one. After they are shot, you can see the shirt is bulky from the vest. (01:17:00 - 01:20:00)

Audio problem: In the scene at the orphanage, when the boy runs down to the other boys reading the pornographic magazine, none of their mouths move when you hear "Look at those knockers".

Revealing mistake: When Madison is shooting at the Angels at the observatory the gun in her left hand is empty and the slide is locked open. She then continues to shoot with both guns. (01:14:45)

Forrest Wilkinson

Other mistake: When the Angels are in the bar in Mongolia, and Alex is trying to get out of the trapdoor with Ray Carter, a guy falls over the trapdoor entrance. When Dylan tries to move him, and sits down on top of him, the trapdoor falls in. Wouldn't that crush Alex and Ray Carter? (00:04:55)

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Trivia: None of the Angels carry or use guns in this sequel because actress Drew Barrymore is a known gun control advocate.

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Question: Can you really tell that someone has torn a tendon in their leg just by looking at the foot print they leave or is it just making fun of the TV show CSI?

Answer: It is making fun of the show CSI. Even still, there are ways of telling if someone had a knee problem by the way they walk and put pressure on the foot. Being able to tell if it was a torn tendon, I don't think so. Check out the way people run and you can tell if they have hurt something in the past because of which leg they favor.

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