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Crow, The - Soft Landing
Just before Eric Draven kills Tin Tin (the guy with the throwing knifes) he jumps of a roof and lands on his back and he begins laughing. Now when I first saw this I immediately noticed this slip-up. When Eric hits the ground you can see that the "concrete surface" of the street is actually a huge safety mat. Now don't worry, I know they wouldn't really throw Brandon Lee or a stunt man of a roof onto solid ground but c'mon...bad editing...They must of seen that one!
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Any copy of The Crow...(I suppose it's visible on all of them)
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Anonymous on 05-12-2001
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gothixgirl writes:
What Brandon fell onto wasn't a safety mat, it was a pile of old boxes and garbage bags you can hear a clink-type sound when he hits them ,it almost sounds like they're supposed to be full of bottles or something.
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gothixgirl writes:
Draven didn't jump off the building to see if he was really dead! It was just a dramatic sequence to lead up to him killing Tin-tin. He already figured out that he was dead when his hands miraculously healed.
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Nikki writes:
In the movie, Brandon Lee's character fell off the roof to see if he really was dead (or not in that context you know?). What he did fall onto was a pile of boxes and garbage cans. I wouldn't really consider that a slip-up.
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