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Ace Ventura: Pet Detective - Penguins
In the scene where Ace's landlord is inspecting his apartment, when he scans the room the plastic flap on the bottom of the refridgerator is a solid piece of plastic. When the landlord leaves and Ace calls his pet friends; the penguins come out of the fridge and the plastic is tatered.
Very hard to notice.
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Confusion2 on 05-12-2000
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Confusion2hd writes:
You guys are rediculous. You come onto a movie slip up page and complain that the people who find the slip ups are ruining the movies. Here's an idea....don't look up mistakes if you don't want to know about them. Some people...I swear...
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ConanaBanana02 writes:
it is very obvious that the piece of plastic is one whole piece in one scene then its strips of plastic in another. i saw this the first time i watched the movie and i still see it when i watch. and also, to those of you complaining about the nit-picking slipups taking the fun out of movies, dont read them.
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Moon_Unit writes:
Thank goodness I'm not the only person that noticed this! Honestly, you'd think the editors would pay a *little* more attention...
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Blade53 writes:
You can easily tell from far away if a piece of plastic that is used in dog doors is solid or if it is in seperate pieces, like it is in the movie. This is a slip-up...(even if I haven't watched the movie in a long time.)
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redwolf writes:
I agree with Mr. Jack. its people like you who have to voice out every little thing that you notice (or think) who ruin movies. Its impossible to tell if it was solid or not.
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Mr. Jack writes:
Ummm.... How would you know if it's a "solid" peice of plastic? Did you go to the scene and inspect it yourself? Ugh! YOu people take the fun out of comedys.
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