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Thanks to AnonymousGina Gershon also appeared in the film "Pretty in Pink", as one of bad girl Benny's friends.
Rewind ArchiveElisabeth Shue's brother, Andrew Shue of "Melrose Place" fame, has a brief cameo in the wedding scene.
Rewind ArchiveElisabeth Shue went Back to the Future twice, then she disappeared for a while, before making a good comeback in "Radio Inside" all the way to an Oscar nomination for "Leaving Las Vegas"
Rewind ArchiveKelly Lynch made an impression in "Drugstore Cowboy" ...and then co-starred in "Roadhouse".
Rewind ArchiveGina Gershon never played nice again; and went onto kick-ass roles in "Best Of The Best 3", "Out For Justice", "Bound" and "Face/Off" (she was also indicted for smuggling Cuban cigars and for starring in Paul Veerhoven's "Showgirls")
Thanks to JenniferGina can also be seen in "Driven" with Sylvester Stallone and Burt Reynolds.
Rewind Archive"Mission Improbable"; is a hilarious Ben Stiller parody, where he plays Tom Cruise stand-in; Tom Crooze (great gags about all Cruise movies). Be sure to look out for it!
Thanks to John W. Evans IIIThe length of Tom's hair throughout the movie is one way to show passage of time. If you look not only at his hair, but at the time of year AND location, you will see that his life is "moving forward", and his hair length helps represent that. This is a trick often used in movie-making.
Thanks to ClintonHere on the Gold Coast, Australia, there is a bar called " Cocktails and Dreams"; the Bar in the movie is called the same.
Thanks to JennyIn the bar scene in Jamaica, you can see James Eckhouse in the background across the bar. He starred as Jim Walsh on Beverly Hills, 90210.
Thanks to Adam And K.D.Did you ever notice that the crowded happening saloon they 1st performed in is actually a TGI Friday's? Look at the red/white candy cane striped awning outside... [see location section for more info] It's still part of "today's" TGI Friday's.
Thanks to Dave BrownIn the movie F/X2 Rollie, the character played by Bryan Brown is in a bar with Leo, (Brian Denehy), and Leo is tossing the glasses in the air (at least trying to) just as Bryan Brown had done in Cocktail. It's an obvious throwback to Cocktail!
There's often fake stuff floating round, y'know? -Like the 'ghost boy' that can allegedly be seen in "Three Men And A Baby".
But, nothing bogus that we know yet for "Cocktail".
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