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Antitrust - Satellite Codes
In the scene where Milo sneaks into "the bosses" office, Milo puts the paper with the codes on the keyboard "holder" and slips it in. When he leaves it is clear that he could not possibly take it out without getting caught. So how is it possibly for Milo, or his friend more likely, to enter all of the codes? The movie is good, but that slip-up shows that people will do anything to end the movie the right way.
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Anonymous on 08-03-2001
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misericordiam writes:
If you watch the scene closer, you will notice that the keyboard is on the desk, therefore there is no keyboard "holder." Milo merely sets the note pad onto his leg, probably holding it with his hand. While the dialogue goes on with Gary, Milo could have slipped the note pad into his sleeve. Also, before he gets up from the chair, he makes a motion like he's doing something. It's a little subtle. If you don't watch closely, you might miss it.
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