Goofs - America's Sweethearts (2001)
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America's Sweethearts (2001)

Genres: Comedy, Romance

Taglines: America's hottest couple has just broken up...it will take more than special effects to get them back together.

Director: Joe Roth

Writers: Billy Crystal, Peter Tolan

Stars: Julia Roberts, Billy Crystal, Catherine Zeta-Jones, John Cusack, ...

In the midst of a nasty public breakup of married movie stars, a studio publicist scrambles to put a cap on the escalating situation as the couple's latest film has found its only print kidnapped by the director.
When Kiki is in the bath, the splashing sounds don't match her movements.
The windows of Eddie's limo are darkly tinted while driving to the hotel. After he arrives and is looking at Gwen the window is no longer tinted.
When Kiki is having breakfast with Eddie, the butter on her toast, and the size of the slice, make dramatic changes between shots.
When Kiki and Eddie are dining in the hotel restaurant, the drink of the person at the table behind them changes from red to white wine
When Hector confronts Eddie at dinner, Hector stands and points his finger at the sitting Eddie. From Eddie's view, Hector is shouting and pointing with his right hand, but from Hector's view, you see his left hand pointing at Eddie.
The placement of the candles on the ledge of Gwen's bathtub changes between shots.
While standing behind the cameras at Larry King Live, Kiki has a fairly large pimple on her forehead. Right after the show, she's in the hallway talking to Gwen and it's completely gone.
When Gwen is on Larry King Live, her hair jumps about between shots.
When Kiki is rubbing Gwen's neck in the bathtub, she tells her to take her foot out, which she does. In the long shot you can see Kiki's foot is back in the tub.
Inside the elevator the displays shows 4th floor but the display outside when Eddie leaves shows 8th floor.
As Kiki recalls her first romantic encounter with Eddie, the silhouettes of one or two crew members are reflected in Kiki's barrette.
When discussing his accommodations in Nevada, Eddie says, "I'm a paranoid schizophrenic; I am my own entourage." Contrary to popular belief, schizophrenia does not involve multiple personalities; this is a separate condition known as dissociative identity
When Lee grabs the fire hose to throw it to Eddie, who is sliding off the roof, the nozzle comes off. When Lee throws the hose seconds later, the nozzle is back on, but Lee did grab the nozzle as though he was planning to reattach it, and would have quite
Eddie's position on the roof when he falls changes. At first, his legs are still on the roof, then a few seconds later, his legs start to dangle. Later, his legs are higher up on the roof than the first shot.
Hector's water level changes in the bottle while he's talking to Gwen and Lee.
When Lee grabs the fire hose to throw it to Eddie, who is sliding off the roof, the nozzle comes off. When Lee throws the hose seconds later, the nozzle is back on, but Lee did grab the nozzle as though he was planning to reattach it, and would have quite
When Lee grabs the fire hose to throw it to Eddie, who is sliding off the roof, the nozzle comes off. When Lee throws the hose seconds later, the nozzle is back on, but Lee did grab the nozzle as though he was planning to reattach it, and would have quite
When Lee grabs the fire hose to throw it to Eddie, who is sliding off the roof, the nozzle comes off. When Lee throws the hose seconds later, the nozzle is back on, but Lee did grab the nozzle as though he was planning to reattach it, and would have quite
When Lee grabs the fire hose to throw it to Eddie, who is sliding off the roof, the nozzle comes off. When Lee throws the hose seconds later, the nozzle is back on, but Lee did grab the nozzle as though he was planning to reattach it, and would have quite
When Lee grabs the fire hose to throw it to Eddie, who is sliding off the roof, the nozzle comes off. When Lee throws the hose seconds later, the nozzle is back on, but Lee did grab the nozzle as though he was planning to reattach it, and would have quite
When Lee grabs the fire hose to throw it to Eddie, who is sliding off the roof, the nozzle comes off. When Lee throws the hose seconds later, the nozzle is back on, but Lee did grab the nozzle as though he was planning to reattach it, and would have quite possibly had a moment to do so before throwing it to Eddie.