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Unbreakable (2000)

  • Director/Writer Night Shyamalan has a cameo as the drug dealer in the stadium. - Gunter Prim
  • "Unbreakable" was suppose to be the first film in a trilogy of movies, but since it wasn't as popular as "The Sixth Sense", they canceled it. - kyara

 

Universal Soldier (1992)

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  • Van Damme was on an interview back when this movie was released. According to him during an opening sequence when Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren's characters are repelling face forward down this dam, the stunt men were literally connected to ropes and running horizontally down the walls of the dam. Lundgren volunteered to do the last part of this stunt personally and slipped, falling face first into the concrete floor of the dam. (Source: Interview) - The Equalizer

 

Universal Soldier: The Return (1999)

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  • Stone Cold Steve Austin (WWF) was supposed to play the role. But later they choose Bill Golberg (WCW) to have the role. (Source: Web Site) - TAZ

 

Usual Suspects, The (1995)

 

Valentine (2001)

  • The scene where Kate and Dorothy are arguing Kate says "Look i know Adam he's no angel but he's not a murderer". That "Angel" comment is actually a tribute to the show Angel which David Boreanaz stars in. - Kim

 

Vanilla Sky (2001)

  • When David is having flashback at the end of the movie, he sees a clip from Almost Famous, who director, Cameron Crowe had also directed. - Di@n@
  • In the film, Cameron Diaz's phone rings with the song: Row, Row, Row Your Boat. Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Life is but a dream! (Source: Film) - vasoeki

 

View to a Kill, A (2001)

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  • In the scene where the KGB confronts Zorin (Christopher Walken) at the empty racetrack, look closely at one of the KGB bodyguards, it's Dolph Lundgren. (Source: Movie) - The Equalizer
  • During the scene where Bond (Roger Moore) is chasing Mayday (Grace Jones) from the Eifel Tower. She parachutes off the tower and lands on a barge in the water that is obviously a wedding reception. Listen carefully to the band, they're playing a very jazzy sounding version of "A View To A Kill" by Duran Duran. (Source: Movie) - The Equalizer

 

Von Ryan's Express (1965)

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  • The German "fighterplanes" who are attacking the train, are actually four-seat Messerschmitt Bf 108 "Taifuns". The type of rockets they fire were not used by Luftwaffe in real life. - Olav Westerman

 

Walk to Remember, A (2002?)

  • The school, the hospital, and Landon's house are all Dawson's Creek sets. The school was the actual school the DC kids went to in the show and the hospital in A walk... was just redecorated. There was never a hospital in DC. - withluvxoxo
  • The director Adam Shankman has a cameo in the movie. (Source: DVD) - Smiley

 

War of the Worlds, The (1953)

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  • The bomber that drops the nuclear bomb on the Martians is a Northrop YB-49. It is stock footage from a testflight, because the type never made it to operational status, and the program was canceled before the movie was made. - Olav westerman

 

Waterboy, The (1998)

  • The wrestler that Bobby calls in the beginning is actually a wrestler his name is Paul Right known in the WWF as The Big Show. - TAZ
    • Correction: First of all, the wrestler's name is Paul Wight, not Right. And WWF is now WWE. (Source: wwe) - metsgotoWS

 

Wayne's World 2 (1993)

  • Near the end of the movie, when Wayne has gone to rescue Cassandra from the church, basically the whole sequence is a spoof of the Dustin Hoffman Movie 'The Graduate'. A real laugh if you have seen both movies. - by demand
    • Addition: This movie is includes spoofs from the following movies: Citizen Kane (1941), Double Indemnity (1944), Lady and the Tramp (1955), Dr. No (1962), "Batman" (1966), "Mission: Impossible" (1966), Graduate, The (1967), Woodstock (1970), Officer and a Gentleman, An (1982), Full Metal Jacket (1987), Field of Dreams (1989), Batman (1989), Doors, The (1991), Thelma & Louise (1991), Basic Instinct (1992), Jurassic Park (1993), Leprechaun (1993). - Webmaster

 

Weird Science (1985)

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  • In this movie, Anthony Michael Hall is given similar dialogue to the dialogue he was given in the movie Breakfast Club. In both movies he talked about a girlfriend who 'lives across the border' and in some scenes he uses the 'old black man' accent that he used in Breakfast Club. - Glorianne Brentleigh

 

Wedding Planner (2001)

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  • In the beginning when Lopez's character first meets Fran (The engaged woman) at those people's wedding, I think it was during the best man toast at one of the tables I swear I saw Shawn Waynes (Scary Movie 1 and 2, Waynes Brothers) sitting at the table. - TAZ

 

What Lies Beneath (2000)

  • At the end of the movie when Claire is in the cemetery, just as the scene starts to fade to black, you can see the face of a woman in the snow. - kyara

 

White Christmas (1954)

  • In the scene where Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye sing sisters, they had messed up the scene so bad that Danny Kaye decided to adlib. If you wach it you can see when he does because it is followed by a very big unscripted laugh by both the audience and Bing. (Source: myself) - Homie

 

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

  • In the scene where Eddy and Jessica Rabbit are coming back from toon town riding in Benny the Cab, they have a run in with Judge Doom when he spills "Dip" on the road and Benny spins out. They hit a light pole and they both get thrown from the cab. Well, if you watch that in slow motion you'll notice that when Jessica is flying in the air her legs face the camera for a few frames and you'll see that the animators don't add a certain piece of undergarment to Jessica and you can clearly see her... I'll leave that up to your imagination. - Tad
    • Correction: In the scene where you supposedly see Jessica's private area, the artist's where asked and said the area was darkened to look like underwear and definitely not to look like you know what. (Source: Snopes.com) - Moviemaster
    • Addition: This scene has been 'cleaned up' and those frames removed according to the special edition dvd. (Source: DVD) - greeny
  • In the beginning when the refrigerator is dropped on Roger Rabbits head and (Baby Herman) storms off, he passes underneath a woman's skirt and says "Excuse me toots"... if you freeze frame it just as he gets to her skirt you can see his middle finger go up her skirt as if he was sticking his finger in her you know what !!!!! pretty risque for a kids film ( don't cha think ). (VHS) - cocohuevos
    • Addition: When Baby Herman sticks up his middle finger and runs under the lady's skirt, he comes back with some drool(?) on his lip. Drool? I don't think so. Hehe. - stevo
  • In a bathroom scene, look at the wall. It says, "For a good time call Alison Wonderland." - stevo
    • Correction: Would it be Alicin Wonderland not Alison Wonderland since it is in wonderland not on wonderland. - Tazz
    • Correction: According to a correction on Eeggs.com it says "For a good time call Allyson Wonderland". (Source: http://www.eeggs.com/items/2321.html) - Webmaster
  • Watch in the beginning when Daffy Duck and Donald Duck are going back and forth playing the piano. If you listen closely, Donald calls Daffy a "stupid nigger". (Source: Movie) - Russ
    • Correction: Actually in the dueling pianos scene Donald actually says: "Goddurn stubborn nitwit." (Source: Snopes.com)- C. James Collier
  • It is has been said by the filmmakers themselves that Judge Doom is the one who shot Bambi's mother. (Source: TV show) - moviepossum
    • Comment: You say that Doom shot Bambi's mother? I thought that "DIP" was the only thing that could kill a toon. Was it a dip bullet that pierced the skin of our beloved bambi mother? Just wondering. (Source: I watched the movie) - marcera

 

Wild Wild West (1999)

  • George Clooney was originally going to play Kevin Kline's role as Artemus Gordon in Wild Wild West. - Dana
  • This movie was not originally called Wild Wild West. It was called 'The Good, The Bad and The Lovely', but the name had to be changed for copyright reasons. The second Wild was added, because Will Smith written the title song 2 years previous of the movie. The movie was actually co-written by Will Smith and was based on his song. Also watch out for Will's disappearing/reappearing tash act!! - dik_hed
    • Correction: Actually The Wild Wild West was a movie version of an old TV show by the same name. If it was called anything else it wouldn't make sense to have paid for the license. - Big Brother
    • Comment: Will Smith pretty much takes everyone else's songs and re-sings them to make them look as if he wrote them. ex: Wild Wild West, Men In Black, Just The Two Of Us (I think), Miami (maybe?). If anyone can correct me or knows any more songs Will Smith stole the credit for, then speak proud! - stevo
      • Comment: Will Smith doesn't take and re-sing songs.. he uses the music (with permission) and writes his own lyrics. Music is same Lyrics are different. - Mel

 

Wizard of Oz, The (1939)

 

Woman Under the Influence (1974)

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  • The guy that played the orphan on Little House on the Prarie (character name Albert), also played the brown haired child of Gena Rowlands and Peter Falk in Woman Under the Influence. Pretty obscure huh? How do I know this? I saw it on the movie recently and recognized his mouth. A little research verified that I was right. Thanks. (Source: My memory) - mldmldmld

 

X2 (2003)

AKA X-Men 2

  • In the movie they interview a man named Dr. Hank Micoy. In the comics he is better known as Beast. A scientist who slowly turns into a blue hairy beast. (Source: Theatre) - TAZ

 

X-Men (2000)

 

You Only Live Twice (1967)

  • The aerial director, Johnny Jordan lost one of his legs, filming when he sat with his camera in the open door of a helicopter and another helicopter came too close and cut his leg with its rotor-blade. - Olav Westerman

 

Young Guns (1988)

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  • In the shootout scene where the house is on fire, one of the soldiers gets shot. Clearly it is Tom Cruise who happened to stop by and was 'recruited' to be an extra. (DVD) - froggie
    • Addition: Tom Cruise was disguised with a mustache and is hiding behind the barricades on the street during the shootout. (imdb.com) - Webmaster

 


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