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The red and yellow 'TASTY' surfboard that Ewan McGregor used in the film, was sold at a film memorabilia auction in 2001 at Sotheby's in New York, to raise money for children born with Aids in Africa. See more »
When JC is in the car with his friends, he says Chloe has no money and between shots his collar jumps from under to over the seat belt. See more »
The title and cover of this film are both quite misleading. First of all it shows a nice, handsome looking Ewan McGregor in a wet suit, surf board and waves splashing around in the background. Right. So...where does the "Blue Juice" come in? I mean there's no surfing in this movie whatsoever. It's quite humorous in that aspect actually. And Ewan doesn't even look good in the movie. He's a drug addict whose pretty nasty looking throughout most of the film. I don't get how British films get the excuse of making bad films just because they're British.
Seriously, if this was made in the U.S. it would've been made fun of by all the critics and probably never even shown in the theaters. Poor Ewan, but he's made up for it.
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