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Rock, The - Hummer Aint Quite Humming Correctly
When Sean Connery drives off in the hummer and is being chased, he slams on the brakes and drives sideways across the road into a falling telegraph pole. Yet in a scene less than a second later the hummer is still driving nicely past the fallen pole.
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Filious writes:
You may not realize this, but hummer's are military class vehicles, they are capable of knocking over trees and only needing a paint job afterwards. they are ROUGH vehicles and could take out a pole no problem.
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Ian writes:
No, original slip-up was right. The Hummer hits the telegraph pole at an angle which would mean when it cut to the next shot, the Hummer would be turning back to its original course, or it would be reversing and driving off again.
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