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Labyrinth - Worm Scene
In the scene where Sarah is in the beginning of the labyrinth she gets frustrated and bangs her fists against the wall of the labyrinth and sits down. There she meets a worm that can talk. The worm tells her that there is an opening directly across where she is sitting. That opening is the exact same opening she just beat her fists on in a fit of rage.
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Stacy on 10-21-2001
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Lita-2x writes:
But don't forget the Labyrinth is always changing!
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GODSAVETHEPROMQUEEN writes:
If you look at the wall there are two twigs marking the hole in the wall. Now look how Sarah is looking at the worm at an angle and down. If you look at where she hit the wall it was directly across the worm not at an angle. Therefore she hit the brick and not the hole.
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Gabby writes:
I was talking with my roomie about this one. We came to the conclusion that she was hitting the wall as well as moving along it. She could have hit short of the opening before she sat down. I also noticed a mistake, Sarah enters the secret passage of the wall ((that the worm told her to go through)) that's supposed to be the outside of the maze. It's confusing.
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Anjille Moore writes:
When Sarah hits the wall she hits it right befor the entry though it. cuv she spins around and falls diangaly from where she hit. But yes the British worm was direcly aross from the opening. but not from where she hit. I no cuz ive seen this movie over a million times litterly and know all the words.
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