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Mummy Returns, The - Risen Mummy? Or Not?
In the movie, "The Mummy Returns", go to the scene in which Rick is watching the newly risen mummy from the floor above them (Where the people were chanting). As Rick is preparing his gun, you will see the reincarnated princess talking to Imohtep. Then, in a close-up shot of Rick, you can see the princess and the mummy in the background. The mummy had been moving and talking, but now he is still, completely motionless, and standing in an awkward position. It is obvious to anyone that this is a statue of some kind. Is he really risen? I guess even computer effects couldn't fix this slip-up!
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Anonymous on 05-07-2001
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jwoo writes:
I think you need to watch the movie again. Believe it or not, I have this movie (don't ask me how), and I watched that part. He is risen, and while Brendan is talking, that corpse looking shell thing you see is just the bottom part of where the Mummy popped out of. But that isn't him. It's just the thing he was buried in.
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Nefertiti writes:
If you pay close attention, you will notice that when Imhotep first meets Meela, and when he talks to her for the first time, he walks around her in a complete circle...meaning he would have ended up right were be began...standing right in front of her. And what's awkward about standing straight up and down. Looks like you should do your homework b4 you start to complain.
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