52 Clever Movie Details From The 1990s That You Most Likely Didn't Notice The First Time Around
Adam Sandler's love interests in Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, and The Waterboy all have double-V names.
Something I truly never get tired of is rewatching a movie from my childhood and discovering a hidden detail I didn't notice the first time around. Movies from the 1990s are chock-full of them, and as a millennial, I was honestly floored by some of these details!
_Home Alone _(1990)
_Terminator 2: Judgment Day _(1991)
_A Night at the Roxbury _(1998)
In A Night at the Roxbury (1998) Doug and Steve Butabi (yes they're brothers) suggest to Mr. Zadir to make his pool a dance floor by putting glass over it. Later when the brothers discover the club that Mr. Zadir opened for them you can see the dance floor is glass over an aquarium. from MovieDetails
_Billy Madison _(1995), _Happy Gilmore _(1996), and _The Waterboy _(1998)
_The Big Lebowski _(1998)
_Leaving Las Vegas _(1995)
In Leaving Las Vegas (1995), Nicolas Cage's character Ben doesn't eat a single thing during the whole film, since chronic alcoholics often can't/won't eat. In the restaurant, he puts spaghetti on his fork but doesn't eat it and, when Sera cooks rice for him, he eats an ice cube instead. from MovieDetails
_Good Will Hunting _(1997)
_Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit _(1993)
And _The Silence of the Lambs _(1991)
Silence of the Lambs (1991) When characters are talking to Clarice, they often talk directly to the camera. Director Jonathan Demme has explained that this was done so as the audience would directly experience her point of view, and more readily identify with Clarice, over her male counterparts. from MovieDetails
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