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Meet Joe Black - Bad Editing
When Brad Pitt is in the process of being bounced around by the cars in the begining of the movie, if you slow it down, you can see his lugage go through the road, and the blue glow around it.
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Bishop_Gideon on 12-13-1999
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Matrix_Forensics_Laboratories writes:
This might have been a slip up, but think of it in this way, you could not notice this in normal motion, couldn't you? So this might be classified as a technical difficulty rather than a slip up. To see the faint blobby blue thing, you need to slow it down. Also, I am stating the obvious, but it would be hard to make that scene very realistic, as you could never get a stunt man to do that(I imagine!), and a dummy would look too stupid, so graphics is the next option, but you have the trouble of removing the super-imposition lines. Still, I agree with Stoner Dave, WHAT A WAY TO DIE!!!
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Sherrhonda. D writes:
Don't put it in slow-mo. I agree with Griff. My family is so sadistic they rewind that scene and they actually roll on the floor with laughter. The first time I saw it, it made me jump, and I'm from New York!
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StonerDave writes:
True, but it was still a good death :)
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Bluebrit writes:
I noticed that too. Pretty bad for such an expensive movie.
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Kelly .J. writes:
Double-whammy-lego-man!!!
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Griff writes:
Wow! I mean I show that movie to friends and warn them about a certain scene that will simply stun them in the movie, but I don't tell them what, where or when. When the crash nears, I slowly turn my eyes on them (because I've seen it so many times before, inside and out) and feel the strangest grin on my face as I see their jaws drop and there eyes literally jump out of their heads. I swear they stay like that for anywhere from 5 to 7 seconds! I tell you, my strange little grin grows bigger and deeper with every second I count!
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