Absolutely Misleading. Zero lambs were present in the film. Not a single lamb. I guess you could say the lambs were... silenced before the show starts.
Does not provide any guidance on actually killing mockingbirds or the process involved. While it did teach me not to judge based on skin color, well what good does that do to me? I know we are going literal with this. Hang on.
Although the name comes from Impossible Mission Force. Four films in, not a single impossible mission. It should be called Mission: Pretty Difficult.
As said in the Simpsons “I can think of at least 2 things wrong with that title.” There is no nudity, no one having lunch and no one having lunch naked. The movie is more based on the book Interzone, by the same author of the Naked Lunch novel, instead.
Yes I know that's Ford's job description in the movie, but why? He doesn't run across swords, and he doesn't smuggle ice skates either. Is it because they walk a knife's edge between humanity and machin... ity or something? But really fast? I told you we're taking things literally.
Their names are "Roy Miller" and "June Havens". Roy's dad's name is "Frank Jenkins" I guess they just figured that "Miller and Havens" wouldn't play as well. We have no idea why it is called Knight and Day.
The title for the film came from a patron at the Video Archives. While working there, Tarantino would often recommend little-known titles to customers, and when he suggested Au revoir les enfants, the patron mockingly replied, "I don't want to see no reservoir dogs!"