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Aliens - Jinx
On any version of Aliens, fast forward the video to where the marines are listening to Gorman, as he gives them their orders right before they go to Acheron. He is interrupted by Vasquez, and she says "I only need to know one thing...where they are." In the background you can see Michael Biehn finish her line, "where they are" and look proudly around. Maybe Hicks' character has a tendency to finish other people's lines, but I think Mr. Biehn didn't know the camera would catch him saying Vasquez's line.
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darthtrippy on 03-07-2001
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JT Thomas writes:
I don't think this is a slip-up, but is meant to show that Vasquez has said this *many* times before and to indicate that Biehn's character has heard it so many times that he can quote her word for word...
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the_don writes:
If it was something said by her character fairly frequently or something said by that unit at times he would know what she was going to say. Happens to me sometimes. Just a comment to support the "suspension of disbelief".
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Kevin writes:
Like the other guys said, They are a group of marines that have probably been around each other for a while, so Hicks probably knew what she was gonna say.
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Nipkow writes:
I think this was there on purpose. I would gather that she has said this many times before, and he was almost tired of hearing it. And you have to believe that as vain as actors are, they are aware of every second they are on screen, not to mention all the monitors on the set.
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