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The jersey numbers Becky (#56) and Junior (#11) wear are those of former Giants greats Lawrence Taylor and Phil Simms respectively while Briggs (#8), Patterson (#22) and Murphy (#48) are those of former Cowboys greats Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Daryl "Moose" Johnston respectively. See more »
During the final goal-line stand, a close-up is shown on Rudy Zolteck. Junior is standing next to him. When if shifts to Danny only seconds later, Junior is on the bench. See more »
[laughs after Rudy farts]
[to Murphy, Briggs, and Patterson]
This is a private establishment gentlemen.
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Amazing. This is a good movie. It can be a little bit sappy, but it can mean a lot. You can quite easily psycho-analyze it to death, but if you just sit down, watch and enjoy, it's a good film. Becky/Icebox's conflict between being the two sides of herself, the tomboy and the girl is something a lot of girls have been through. And who wouldn't when the object of affection is Devon Sawa? There are decent performances all round, and it might not be destined to be a classic, but it's not a bad movie. In fact, it's a very good movie.
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