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Fifth Element, The - Not-so-Grand Grand
When Mr. Willis pulls down Leeloo from the ceiling ventilation shaft/hole, he puts a grand piano underneath the hole so he can reach her. Watch when he puts the grand piano in place. It is pretty amusing how he just flings it there as though it were made out of cardboard.
Then again, maybe our ubiquitous action hero is very very VERY strong...
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the movie, approx 1h 44m into it
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foot_corn on 02-29-2000
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Comments:
Em Perfect writes:
honered1: Have you ever tried to push a grand piano, with wheels, across the room? Even with wheels it's pretty heavy, and hard to steer.
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God particle writes:
You have to conceive that fact that thi movie supposedly takes place in the future and perhaps that pianos in the future could be as light as...well, cardboard as you so clearly put.
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honered1 writes:
many pianos including grands have wheels on the legs, so technically it could have been easy for him to push across the room.
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Aquila writes:
It may have been an electric-grand (an electric piano in the shape of a grand...Elton John uses one). They're not uncommon these days!
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Cynicat writes:
It's Leeloo, not Lelu, and Korben just pushes the piano in a straight line, he doesn't steer it anywhere.
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