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When making a reservation at the Hotel Gellert, Alex Scott supposedly speaks in Hungarian; however, his pronunciation is so poor that few if any Hungarians would understand what he is saying. See more »
When Kelly and Alex are sitting in the BMW Convertible on the car-transporter they are driving to the north on the quay of the Pest side of the river, but when they drive off the car-transporter they are heading to the south at the Buda side. Note the "Freedom statue" on the right at the top of the hill (Gellérthegy) and the bridge (Erzsébet-híd) in front of him. See more »
Hands up! What's going on here?
[in Hungurian about Kelly]
The black guy! The black guy mugged me!
[tells Kelly in Hungurian to put his hands up]
I'd like to file a complaint! Wait!
[being put into handcuffs]
Why am I being arrested? Why am I the only one getting arrested? This is bullshit! He kicked me, too! He kicked me in my nuts!
[being put into police van]
Why am I getting arrested if I got kicked in my nuts! How come you just arresting the black man? My nuts was kicked!
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Better than I'd heard--- Wilson, Murphy, and Jannsen get to shine and dazzle us in the movie's second half
A lot better than I expected! I'd read dreadful reviews, and while I clearly see the bases of the critics' points (I try to only read good critics, critics with useful insights), I must confess I wound up liking the movie.
The first 45 minutes or so was pretty lame--- slow, awkward, annoying. But the it picked up steam, and allowed Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson (my two favorite actors, for real) to be their charming and weird selves. And that Famke Jannsen--- Wow! Those Dutch folks grow some hot babes! At least, I think she was Dutch, once??? Whatever--- she's VERY sexy, charming, intelligent, and graceful. All 3 of these folks were largely very watchable.
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