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SLC Punk! - Heroin Bob, the New King of the Undead!
At the end, (the morning after Brandy's party) Steve-O comes down stairs to wake Bob up only to find him dead. As Steve-O is crying and stuff they keep showing a close up of Bob's dead face, but if you look at his neck, you can see is pulse beating away.
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Bane on 05-17-2001
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ChaserChick writes:
You don't honestly think they killed the actor, Michael Goorjian (sp?) for that one scene, do you? Besides, if you're like me you were too busy crying and didn't notice.
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Charlotte writes:
First of all, they didn't kill Michael Goorjian just so he could be dead for one scene, and if anyone actually thinks they would have, you're a f***ing imbecile. Second, they did an extremely good job of making him look dead, as far as I'm concerned. He was as still as a boulder and his chest wasn't rising and falling as if he were alive. The man can't just stop his pulse, its not part of the human body's capabilities. And as someone before said, that wasn't the point...the average audience would be too busy pouring their eyes out (like me...I'm in love with Heroin Bob...) to notice a tiny little pulse on his neck...woopdee frickin doo. Just watch the movie, for crying out loud, that's what movies are for. And word to the cast and crew of SLC Punk! cuz its my favorite movie in the world! (acid DOES f*** you up, by the way...listen to the word of Bob...DON'T DO DRUGS KIDS!)
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ManWithNoLife85 writes:
Well duh of course they didn't kill the actor... No one actually EXPECTS that to happen. But the point is, the character was supposed to be dead, so you shouldn't see him breathing. Simple.
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Bane writes:
I expect them to set up the shot so as to uphold the illusion of Bob being dead.
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