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30th Jun 2004

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Trivia: The annoying usher that doesn't let Peter into the theater to see Mary Jane's play is none other than Bruce Campbell, who makes a cameo/stars in most of Sam Raimi's movies. He was also the ring announcer in the first movie.

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24th May 2004

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Question: Anyone know where I can get the music for the trailer to this movie?

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Chosen answer: Which trailer? There have been two. The teaser used some original music scored by Robert Etoll, plus bits from Danny Elfman's score for the first film. The full trailer uses, in order, tracks called "Burn the Clock" (Adam Freeland), "Lacrimosa" and "Orch and Choir Rise" (both Immediate Music), "Switchback Instrumental" (Celldweller), a bit from "The Last Samurai" by Hans Zimmer (referred to as the "Ronin" cue), and finally a bit from "Plunkett & Macleane" by Craig Armstrong (referred to as the "Hanging" cue).

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Continuity mistake: At the beginning when Uma Thurman is talking to David Carradine, the ring on her finger moves slightly. At first it's worn normally, facing directly towards Carradine, but then in the next shot, it's facing down.

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Trivia: On the DVD cover for Kill Bill, Vol. 1, Elle has her eyepatch over her left eye, when in the movie the patch covers her right eye. (00:19:20)

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Question: During the montage scene, the movie plays a cover of the Disturbed song, 'Down with the Sickness,' that was all happy-go-lucky. However, my friend and I cannot for the life of us find a soundtrack or song listing for this movie. If anyone knows the name of this song, we really, really want to know.

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Chosen answer: This is 'Richard Cheese & Lounge Against the Machine.' They do hilarious covers, from this song to Sir Mix-A-Lot's 'Baby Got Back' to the White Stripes' 'Fell in Love With A Girl.'

angi

18th Feb 2004

Batman Forever (1995)

Question: At the beginning, when Batman breaks through the helicopter's window with his head, he tells Two-Face, 'Give it up, Harvey. You need help' or something like that. But this voice is totally not what Val Kilmer sounds like. The best I can come up with is that it's a stunt double or something like that. If anybody out there knows the real reason, I'd be happy to hear it.

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Chosen answer: Batman talks like that because if he talks like Bruce Wayne (Val Kilmer's voice) his voice might be recognized, leading to Batman's identity being revealed.

Continuity mistake: During the final pool sequences, there's a quick glimpse of the main character's left (broken) wrist. It's normally all purple and gross looking, but in a brief shot, you can see his left hand shooting the pool cue and there is no purple swelling.

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Question: Right when Marty gets back to Doc before he goes back to 1985, he's praising his dad's actions of the night. One line that's bothered me ever since I can remember is "My dad laid out Biff. He's never stood up to Biff in his life." And then the Doc pauses for a second and gets a strange look on his face and says, "Never?" To that, Marty says, "No, why?" and the Doc shrugs it off saying, "Nevermind." What's Doc thinking? The best I can come up with is that he's wondering what effects it'll have on the future, but that's a rough guess. If anyone out there knows, I'd be happy to hear it.

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Chosen answer: I think that is *exactly* what he is thinking. He realizes that by standing up to Biff, George may have irrevocably changed his personal future, and therefore affected Marty's future as well. This is exactly the sort of thing Doc was so eager to prevent by refusing to hear any information about the future.

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Answer: In the novel Marty adds that George is also thinking about college now. Doc says that this might delay Loraine and George having kids for awhile and adds that Marty might find himself like 10-14 years old when he gets back to 1985.

Trivia: Another derivative Bible reference. Neo and Trinity go to the Machine City in the ship Logos. In Greek, "logos" means "word." So, Neo (Jesus), is going to deliver peace with "the word."

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4th Aug 2003

Daredevil (2003)

Trivia: When Matt and Elektra are walking around on the roof, right before Matt 'sees' her in the rain, the director has Elektra in a red dress, which is a nod to Elektra's real red costume in the comics.

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3rd Aug 2003

Daredevil (2003)

Audio problem: When Bullseye leans in at the end of his conversation with Kingpin and says, 'I want a bloody costume,' read his lips. They don't say 'bloody.' They say 'f***ing'. (01:07:40)

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Continuity mistake: When the T-800 first drives the truck into the Vet clinic, the truck has crashed into the building, so that the doors are inside the clinic. Yet in the very next shot when he gets out, the truck has moved back so that the doors can open cleanly, without the T-800 backing the truck up. Then when John escapes the cage and he runs into the T-800, you can see the truck inside the clinic. It is now more than halfway inside the building. (00:24:15)

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3rd Jul 2003

Resident Evil (2002)

Trivia: The group has 3 hours to make it out before the exit is sealed shut. If you beat the Resident Evil games in under 3 hours, you get souped up weapons as a bonus.

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3rd Jul 2003

Resident Evil (2002)

Trivia: The scene where the licker crawls over the wall to Spence with its tongue flicking is reminiscent of the scene in the game 'Resident Evil 2' where the player sees the licker for the first time.

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3rd Jul 2003

Resident Evil (2002)

Trivia: At the end, when the scientists are dragging the infected guy away, they make a reference to the 'Nemesis Project.' In Resident Evil 3, the subtitle is 'Nemesis' because a giant Tyrant called Nemesis is chasing about the player.

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Trivia: The director of the movie, Simon Wells, is the great grandson of H.G. Wells.

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