9 To 5

9 To 5
Violet Newstead, Doralee Rhodes and Judy Bernly are co-workers and have had enough of their boss’, Franklin Hart Jr. The trio comes up with a plan to get rid of their sexist, lying boss but things go awry when they inadvertently kidnap here. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “9 to 5”.

· At the beginning of the movie, Violet is talking to one of the managers about training Judy. In the wider view when Violet mention “…should have never died…”, she puts her right hand on her hip. It cuts to a closer view and Violet’s right arm is straight, by her side.

· Doralee is arguing with Franklin Hart. In the close-up, side view when Doralee yells, “you just love it, don’t you,” Franklin Hart is shown clasping his hands together in front of him, near his chest. The scene cuts to a farther view when Doralee starts tossing the paper and Franklin Hart’s hands are down, near his desk.

· Violet, Judy and Doralee are at Doralee’s place and smoking. Doralee is telling the story about shooting the gun. In the wider view, when Doralee says, “but they ran off”, Violet hands the marijuana joint to her. In the side and close-up view of Judy, she’s the one holding the marijuana joint.

· Violet, Judy and Doralee start to leave the alleyway after discovering the body in car’s trunk wasn’t Franklin Hart. A view of the car shows the right taillight is out. One the way back to the hospital, they’re pulled over by a motorcycle cop for the broken taillight. But, as the car is driving off, both taillights are on.

“9 to 5” (1980) stars Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin, Dabney Coleman, Elizabeth Wilson and Marian Mercer. It runs 109 minutes and is rated PG for mild language and some sexual references.

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