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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. - Burning People!
In the movie, right when Dr. Evil takes off in the rocket, it has fire below the rocket. If that was real, the people would have been crisp!
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Anonymous on 11-28-1999
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Tashie writes:
It does not matter it is a movie, that stuff does not really matter. The point of the hollowed out volcano was to be funny, not to burn up every one.
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The~Sinister~One writes:
i agree to this too... how can you talk about the rocket taking off - burning ppl to crisp when they are suspended on a metal platform meters from the lava... they would at least be sweating like pigs on a barbecue, not to mention just burning on the spot... wouldnt that interferrance have awoken the volcano??? -> THIS IS A SPOOF MOVIE <- which (to those of you who didnt know) means that it is taking the p*** out of spy films... maybe the creators saw that the rocket/lava slip-up was funny... and decided to put it in purposely
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No brain no gain writes:
well, duh. but hey, it's a movie.... uh oh, i probably shouldn't say that here...
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Smitty writes:
Yeah, in the scene where the Apollo 11 rocket takes off, the guy closes the hatch, and the rocket takes off 5 seconds later. There is an elevator that the guy would have to have taken, which rides for more than 5 seconds. He would have been crispy
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The Neurotic Feline writes:
Actually, they would have already been burned from being that close to the lava. Also, some lower parts of the rocket would have been melted.
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