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Demolition Man - Horizontal or Vertical?
Locate the scene in which Sylvester Stallone is on top of the stolen police car and Wesley Snipes is trying to shoot him. When the driver side door falls off, Stallone rolls of the top into the back seat. Snipes cuts on auto pilot, leans out the car, around the seat, and grabs Stallone. Far-away shots show Snipes grabbing Stallone trying to push his head into the highway and kill him, with Snipes facing the rear of the car and Stallone facing him. Yet close-up shot's have Snipes looking down at Stallone and Stallone looking up at Snipes as if they both are in the front seat. The scene then cut's back to a far-away shot where, low and behold, Snipes is in the front seat and Stallone is in the back. Now, I'm guessing that the horizontal shot was more dramatic because Snipes was right in his face, but that could have easily been solved by having Stallone roll into the front seat and have both shots from the same angle. What do you think?
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theanalyzer on 08-22-2001
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Comments:
Kermi writes:
I don't think Stallone actually went into the back seat, at least not entirely.
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