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Gone In Sixty Seconds - Moving Objects and Misplaced Things
In the first scene where kip is stealing the porsche you'll notice that the
porsche is on a rotating platform.When you first see the porsche it's turning
counter-clockwise and it's rear is to the left.But when they show the Porsche
again (5 seconds later) it's rear is to the left again.It's like the platform
just stopped rotating.
Also, when Randall Raines (Nicholas Cage) goes to get Sway (Angelina Jolie) at
the car repair shop you'll notice one more thing.When you first see her pop out
from under-neath the car there is a toolbox next to her with 2 wrenches laying
by it.
When the camera goes to Randall Raines and then back to Sway the wrenches have
moved. And that happens one more time after that.
Another interesting tid-bit about this movie (probably put in by the producers)
is when mirror-man (the black dude that always wears sun-glasses) is talking to
the officer outside the police impound lot. You'll notice that behind him you
can see a big sign that says "GONE in sixty seconds". You'll have to look
carefully to see the sign.
And one last mistake is at the part where Randall is driving around in the
Shelby GT 500. The part after he gets his right rear mirror knocked off the car
is when the car started to break down.He kept on saying "I need you now Eleanor
now now" and he finally started the car back up.But when he started it back it
appeared as if he had a key or something to do it with (he was also only using
one hand to start it up).But when Randall stole the Shelby in the parking garage
he had to use a tool that took both hands.
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tropical_cow on 12-27-2000
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Comments:
glowbird writes:
Wow! Good eyes!
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Fredurst writes:
Wow, I'm surprised no one has told you this about the wrenches yet...IT WAS AN EASTER EGG!!!!! The first time they are apart, like Randall and Sway are, then they are together, like Randall hopes they will be and then they are apart, like Sway makes Randall imagine she wants them to be....it's that easy....
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Peddler writes:
After using the tool that took both hands, you need to only turn the lock cylinder. The tool has to be used the first time but after that the pins and wafers are kept down. You were wrong my friend.
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YellowEx-R writes:
Actually it's spelled Eleanor
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birdie2001 writes:
"You'll notice that behind him you can see a big sign that says "GONE in sixty seconds". " If you watch the original "GONE in sixty seconds", you'll see why that is in there. That sign is in the original "GONE in sixty seconds". It was on purpose. Also, in the original and new movie, Ellinor is stored in the same place. There's a bunch of little things like that you get out of it if you watch the original.
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R0acefan2401 writes:
I have to give you credit for noticing those. But the scene with the Porche it is still spinnig even when they drive it off the platform. also you may notice when Kip breaks the glass door. when they drive the car away the door isn't broken any more. It is there still standing.
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LaraRulz writes:
Ahhh! I think I'm about to snap here.I have seen about 17 different spellings of the Shelby GT 500's name. It is spelled ELANOR!!
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