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4th Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: When the skeleton climbs out of the furnace, in one shot there's nothing on its shoulders and then big lumps of white ash appear on them in the next shot. (00:49:20)

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4th Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: When Theo enters the room in which Dwight is working in, a can of Red Bull sitting on the side vanishes in one shot, and then makes a healthy return in the following shot. (00:43:00)

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4th Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

Continuity mistake: When Buddy informs everyone about the poltergeist, Brenda picks up the cleaver from the table twice between shots. (00:42:45)

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4th Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: In one shot the clown doll makes long scratch marks in the wood floor, by digging nis fingernails into it. In the side shot of the bed, when Ray says "Here's the little balloon animal," the scratches have vanished. (00:36:25)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: After Cindy has built her big yellow truck, she ploughs through the door. In one shot we see a large part of the bottom of the wall to the left of the door get knocked out too. In the next shot that part of the wall is totally intact. (01:01:55)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: As Dwight falls from the side of the building, his jacket changes from closed to open to closed to open as he falls. (01:01:05)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: During the duel with Kane, Dwight shoots the leg of a table so that the table falls. He then rides off of the table like a ramp. When he lands we see the table sitting right in the middle of the hall. Later, the table is now right by the wall. (00:59:35)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

Continuity mistake: Brenda's braids differ from hanging over/behind her shoulder, when she talks dirty to Ray. (00:32:00)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: After Hanson ruins the pie, as Shorty gets up, the napkin in the table in front of him changes from neatly folded on his plate to screwed up in a big ball. (00:25:15)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

Audio problem: When Hanson says "I cook it with all the giblets. The penises..." his mouth doesn't correspond to the audio. (00:23:35)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: The purple grapes around the turkey platter disappear then reappear. (00:23:25)

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3rd Jun 2005

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

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Continuity mistake: When Hanson picks up the turkey and puts it on his hand, there is nothing under the wing of it. Then a rosemary sprig appears under the wing. It then falls out in a wideshot, yet it's back in the following closeup and then finally disappears in the next shot. (00:23:35)

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Continuity mistake: Jason stabs the machete vertically into the man's stomach, but when he pulls it out the machete is in horizontally. (00:03:30)

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Plot hole: After Roy is knocked out of the barn doors, Pam and Reggie slowly walk over to look, but then Roy jumps up and grabs onto the barn floor. However when we see a wideshot of him dangling, you can see there are no ledges for him to have gripped onto while he fell, and that it's just a flat wall. Therefore he couldn't have popped up because there weren't any ledges for him to have grabbed a hold of on the wall. He should have instantly fallen on the tractor harrows. (01:18:45)

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Question: A piece of trivia says "Anybody else catch the "square" thing? Uma Thurman did the same thing in Pulp Fiction." - what's the "square" thing?

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Chosen answer: She makes a square shape with her fingers in the air when she is talking to Vernita Green ("That would make us about square"). she does the same motion to John Travolta right before they go into Jack Rabbit Slims in Pulp Fiction.

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Question: When Rosemary gets into the Castavets right at the end, she walks past a man, and then the man says something. She then replies "Be quiet, you're still in [some location]" What was that about...?

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Chosen answer: Roman Castavet is trying to get Rosemary's attention, and she says "Be quiet, you're in Dubrovnik, I can't hear you". That was in reference to the fact that Roman and Minnie were supposed to have gone to Majorca or Dubrovnik after she found out that Roman was supposedly dying (which was just a lie Rosemary was told so she wouldn't suspect them when her baby was taken). Roman and Minnie got in a cab and pretended to go to the airport, but never left town.

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Question: Budd's gun apparently had 'rock salt' in it. What is rock salt though?

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Chosen answer: Rock Salt is salt that is in huge grains, about the size of the grains in kitty litter or grape-nuts cereal. It's used in ice cream makers and water softeners among other things.

Grumpy Scot

Question: When Pai Mai has Beatrix's arm twisted around, is there a special name for that 'move.'

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Chosen answer: The position her hand is in is known as the 'Swan's Neck' - by forcing the palm of the hand towards the inner forearm, it creates immense pain centering around the wrist.

Question: When Pai Mai strokes his long white beard, is that a homage to something?

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Chosen answer: The character of Pai Mei is an homage to Chinese martial arts films from the 70s and 80s. The act of stroking a long, white, and usually fake beard was seen in nearly all of these movies.

Question: Why was the start of Kill Bill 2 in B/W? It wasn't to tone down on the violence (as there is none), so why?

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Chosen answer: It was just a Tarantino stylistic (most likely as it's a flashback). Just one of his many homages (as many kung fu movies did the same).

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