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I Bombed Pearl Harbor (1962)

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(Hawai Middouei daikaikusen: Taiheiyo no arashi)

  • In this Japanese movie the flying aircraft, except for a few T6-trainers in a scene where American planes attack the Japanese ships, are all models. Of course the ships are models too. The full size carrier-deck is a disguised dock complete with a built-up "island"-structure, and the full-sized planes on the deck are wooden mock-ups. When their wings are folded, you can see that they fold by means of ordinary door-hinges... Some of the planes in the service-area below deck are painted on the wall behind the mock-ups. But, I think it is very well done, and at least the planes look much more like real "Zeros", "Kates" and "Vals", than they did in "Tora! Tora! Tora!". - Olav Westerman

 

Identity (2003)

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  • When asked where he is transferring his convict to, Ray Liotta says 'Carson City'. This is a direct reference co-star John Cusack's film 'Con-Air'. In that film, Cusack is in charge of a plane full of convicts being transferred, and that plan makes a stop over in..... Carson City! (Source: Movie Buff) - Andyrama

 

Idle Hands (1999)

  • Tom DeLonge from Blink-182 has a cameo appearence in the movie. He's the drive-through guy that says "All right." - Ryan

 

Independence Day (1996)

  • The scene where the city is blown to bits in the middle of the film was accomplished by placing a model of the city vertically, and lighting it on fire from the bottom. Creating the expected effect. - casamann
  • The marine base the directors called El Toro was not actually marine corps air station El Toro - If anyone knows the true location of the so called marine base please let me know. - mushy
    • Comment: I don't know if El Toro is an actual base but there is a naval air station just outside LA called Wenty Nine Palms. (Source: Experience) - Dirty
      • Correction: I don't know what kind of experience you have dirty but the Air Station you speak of is not "Wenty Nine Palms", it is Twenty Nine Palms. It is not a naval air station it is a Marine Corps Base. Also it is about 3 hours from LA. To answer mushy there was a Marine Corps Air Station El Toro that is located south of LA, it has been closed and all units were move to the former Naval Air Station Miramar located near San Diego. (Source: Fact) - Mikey
  • If you listen carefully in Will Smiths home, you can hear the opening theme to the fresh prince of Bel Air, which is incidentally performed by the man himself. - dik_hed
  • Will Smiths character was supposed to be played by Denzel Washington, who couldn't appear in the movie because of his sickness and diaorreah. - dik_hed
  • When the alien speaks out in Area 51, the voice of the alien is Chris Zarbooska, who also played Zordon in the Power Rangers movie, and did the voice of Satan in South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. - dik_hed
    • Correction: Actually this is untrue as it is Trey Parker that plays the voice of Satan in the South Park movie. Also, in the original Power Rangers movie it is Robert L. Manahan who plays the voice of Zordon and Nicholas Bell who plays Zordon himself. (Source: Internet Movie Database) - Eros
  • While in Area 51, the actor that plays Data in one of the Star Trek series is slammed against some glass. As he slides his hand down the glass, he makes the Vulcan peace symbol that Spock used. - snuffdip

 

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

  • Near the beginning of the movie when Indy, Willie and Short Round are leaving the night-club, you can see the place they were just in is called CLUB OBI WAN. This obviously refers to Star Wars, which was directed by George Lucas.
  • After the car chase in the beginning, Indy, Willie, and Short Round board a plane. The man who escorts them to the plane is played by Dan Aykroyd. - Sam

 

In Like Flint (1967)

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  • When Flint is getting in his Learjet he is greeted by a man standing at the the plane. That man is the real William (Bill) Lear. When Flint thanks the man, he says "Thanks, Bill." - Mark

 

Iron Eagle (1986)

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  • The enemy "MiG-23" fighters in the movie are actually Israeli-made IAI (Israel Aircraft Industries) Kfir C.2 fighter planes. (Source: Experience) - Cooper

 

Iron Eagle II (1988)

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  • In the movie Iron Eagle II, the "MiG-29" aircraft are actually McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II's. (Source: Experience) - Cooper
  • The enemy "MiG-23" aircraft are actually IAI Kfir C.2 fighters. (Source: Experience) - Cooper
  • The "BMP" vehicles that the good guys use are actually American M113 Armored Personnel Carriers, with fake gun turrets. (Source: Experience) - Cooper
  • At the end of the movie when the two teams fly away, the Russians leave in a Boeing 707, which is obviously an American design. The aircraft was likely supposed to represent an Ilyushin Il-86, which is a Russian four-engined airliner. (Source: Experience) - Cooper

 

Irréversible (2002)

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  • Irreversible voted as the most "walked-out" film of the year. Gaspar Noe, director, actually quote that he wanted to make a film that people wanting to banned. (Source: www.nord-quest) - strategicanamorphic

 

It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963)

  • When Jimmy Durante crashes a car in the opening scenes, the crash was filmed twice and two cars expended, but takes from both crashes were used to create the resulting scene. At least one of the two cars that crashed in that scene was radio-controlled. - Olav Westerman
  • The Beech 18 that flies through a big advertising-board was so damaged that the pilot had to call for an immediate emergency landing on the nearby airfield. - Olav Westerman
    • Correction: The sign that the Twin Beech went through was intentionally placed at the end of a runway so the pilot could make an immediate landing if necessary (according to the stunt director on the DVD). (Source: DVD) - J. William King

 

It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

  • In the scene where Uncle Billy is drunk and leaves George, you hear a loud crash and then Uncle Billy say, "I'm okay, I'm okay". Actually, that was a crew member who made that noise, but the man who played Uncle Billy improvised and said "I'm okay", making it seem like he made the crash. The scene got left in. - Meg
  • In the scene where Bert, Ernie and George are talking by the cab, Bert has a newspapaer and the headlines reads "Mr Smith wins Washington". A reference to his last movie he made prior to wonderful life. - mike
  • In the movie the cop and the taxi driver are named Bert and Ernie. The Sesame Street Characters Bert and Ernie were named after them. - Sam

 

Jackie Brown (1997)

 

Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)

  • Near the very end of the movie when they are in the house, the Necronomicon & Bone dagger from Evil Dead II make a cameo. (Source: The movie itself) - Joe
  • At the end of the movie, the hand that drags Jason's Hockey mask into the ground is the clawed hand of Freddy Kruger from the Nightmare movies. Could this be a hint to the movie Jason v.s. Freddy? (Source: the movie itself) - jamie

 

Jaws (1975)

 

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)

  • The baby that plays baby Silent Bob is actually his real life baby girl and the jewel thief with the pigtails is his wife. (Source: DVD Extras) - ralphdances
    • Correction: Actually, the girl with the pigtails is Shannon Elizabeth and she is married to Joseph Reitman not Kevin Smith, who plays Silent Bob. (Source: Personal knowledge) - sarah
  • The bearded guy at the movie theater who is looking up at the lights is Scott Mosier, the film's producer. He is the first person to speak in the whole theater scene. - jimbo
  • When Chris Rock is shown directing his movie, he shouts, "Come on people, let's roll with the new!" One of Chris Rock's comedy CDs is titled "Roll With the New." (Source: I own the CD) - MuertoLoco

 

Jerry Maguire (1998)

  • The part of Jerry Maguire was written with Tom Hanks in mind, not Tom Cruise. - Dana

 

Jewel of the Nile (1985)

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  • In the move, Jewel of the Nile, which starts Michael Douglas, there is a scene where an Arab is making a speech in Arabic, supposedly exhorting his followers to fight. The text of the speech is actually a list of all the movies that MD's father Kirk Douglas has appeared in! (Source: Interview with Michael Douglas, many years ago) - Cordelia

 

Josie and the Pussycats (2001)

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  • While the movie has the girls battling against subliminal advertising, the entire MOVIE itself is a subliminal advertisement! In the backgrounds of all of the scenes of the girls' hotel rooms, Fiona's office, concerts, shopping malls, etc., there are advertisements everywhere, for example, the many Target symbols in Val's room and the Streetwear symbols that appear in Mel's room. (Source: observation) - Valerie and the Pussycats

 

Journey of Natty Gann, The (1985)

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Joyride (2001)

  • The voice of rusty nail is actually the voice of Ted Levine (who is not the guy you see in the movie). Ted Levine was the officer in another Paul Walker movie The Fast and The Furious, he also played the killer in Silence of the Lambs. - Devo

 

Junkman (1982)

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  • This movie is the sequel to the original "Gone in 60 Seconds", it holds the record for the most vehicles smashed up during a single sequence (150). - Cathy

 

Jurassic Park (1993)

  • Near the end, when the raptors are hunting the humans in the vents, look at the light shining through on the raptors head. The 'Holes' in the vent actually shine "GATC" Over and over again on the raptors head (GATC are the shortened chemical names for DNA. I hope you all learned that in sixth grade. :) - snooz
  • When Ellie and that Australian guy go out to look for Sam Jackson and stop because they see a raptor, the Australian guy tells Ellie to make a run for it and when she dose she jumps over a fallen tree, then runs some more, then jumps over the same tree again. They replay the shot twice. - Pickseed
  • The sounds the dinosaurs made where a combo of all sorts of animals. I believe they used dolphins for some of the raptor noises and a rattle snake for the rattling sound of the acid spitting dino. - TAZ
  • There was a scene they were thinking of making where Lex rides a baby triceritops but never made it to filming. (Source: Site) - TAZ
  • In the kitchen scene between Lex, Tim, and the velociraptors, I read that Ariana Richards (Lex) received an eye injury from one of the raptors. It happened on her birthday no less! (Source: Magazine) - Ren

 

Jurassic Park III (2001)

  • In the original draft of the script when Alleb is trying to make the parrot say his name. In it the bird says "Bulls#!t!", then Ellie responds by saying "You taught him that word." (Source: Site) - TAZ

 


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