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Fast and the Furious, The - Rolling Black Honda
When you watch the last scene with the 3 black Hondas and the truck driver with a shotgun.....a black Honda driven by the girl flips over and rolls. when it is done rolling the back window is shattered. You can plainly see a shiny BROWN roll-cage. Why didn't the directors paint it black??? It's so obvious. Oh well.
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during the last scene with the 3 black Hondas.
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Fred The Geek on 08-05-2001
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flo033 writes:
Most performance vehicles (never thought i'd call a Honda a performance vehicle) have 6 point cages in them.
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Dago Juggalo writes:
The only time you would see a painted or "modified" roll cage is if the car is for show. In this instance where the car was used for heists, i don't think inside modification would have been that big a deal
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Knight216 writes:
Well, in all truth, most import modified cars would have a roll cage for body stiffening and to enhance the car's stability, as well as safety. Painting it black would've made no difference as you still have been able to see it... But in the theater, a little "whoops!" like that wouldn't have been noticed that much because of the awe of the scene.
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Linkin*Park writes:
Actually the car was SUPPOSED to have a roll cage, all of their cars do.. That would explain why Lenny didn't die in the roll over, or why the roof didn't completely buckle.
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jdmrally writes:
i think the roll cage was part of the car .. not the movie .. i think they actually serve a purpose .. they keep you alive
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KenixKil writes:
What is the point of making the color of the roll cage black instead of brown? What is the difference?
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ruwiredup writes:
The point is that they should have tried to HIDE the roll cage from that scene since it WASNT in the car she was driving prior to the crash. Point is if you are going to use 2 different cars in scene.. One to drive and the other for the flip.. Make sure they are identical. Not to mention the flipped car is missing the package tray to reveal the real color of the car was white. Not that you cant paint a car black that was once white BUT that the package tray would not come off from the car rolling.. IF YOU HAVE EVER had to take one off you would know they dont just come off completely like that. Dont tell me that the crash would make it come off ALL THE WAY OUTTA SIGHT not to mention no speakers in the rear deck which are FACTORY INSTALLED that model CIVIC.
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