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Director Tony Martin had a rule that everyone who worked on the movie had to be seen on screen. One of his boom operators refused, but Martin got lucky when the reflection of that particular boom operator is seen in the security guard's window during the Northey/XL9000 scenes. Martin decided not to use optical effects to remove the boom operator so that his rule was obeyed by everyone. Martin reveals this in the DVD commentary See more »
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Deleted scene included on the DVD:
Just before the scene with Ben and Julie at the pub, there was a short (29sec) scene where Ben meets Julie at the Melbourne Tribune and makes a half-arsed apology. There follows a joke at the expense of Jerry Maguire.
This movie [bad eggs ] was one of the best and entertaining movies we have seen for a while. There were some great action scenes and some funny scenes and some unexpected scenes. I would highly recommend the movie.
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