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Spiderman 2 Teaser - Strange Car and Disappearing People
As soon as the car breaks through the glass window, the car is flying through the air upside down. In the next shot of the car, the car is laying on it's side on the floor as if it came to a stop. In the next shot you see the tires of the car fly over Peter Parker and Marry Jane, as if the car has magically got off the ground by itself and flew through the air right side up. After the car has completely passed Peter and Mary, you then see the car fly through the air again upside. Here is a clear shot of the walls and the floor, and Peter Parker and Mary Jane have disappeared from the floor! But in the next shot, Peter and Mary magically reappear, getting off the floor! If that's not enough, when Peter and Mary get off the floor, no one is behind them, but in the next scene there is 3 or 4 people there! This scene is really put together badly.
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Boneho Chane on 06-24-2004
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Scruffy writes:
Well it would be fixed as they wouldn't get them to sit down and have a car thrown at them would they. Also this a is a small part of the film (i didn't really like it ash the police were too slow) and it didn't really matter they ain't gonna spend 2-4 weeks on about 2 minutes of film. This slip-up is rubbish and it should be deleted.
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Boneho Chane writes:
In the actual movie, you can very easily tell that this scene was fixed.
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Kristy writes:
i don't really think this is a slip-up only because it's the trailor, not the actual movie. but hey maybe i'm wrong. i know there was a trailor for the first spider-man movie on a movie that was supposed to come out. it was of the Twin Towers, there was a spiderweb netted inbetween the two and a helicopter got caught in it. they recalled all of the movies with that trailor on them and it was never seen by the public(i worked for blockbuster for 3 years and we got the movies weeks before they came out) and it was never in the movie so i don't think trailors are slip-up worthy.
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Gumblyna writes:
It's exactly what you called it... a TEASER. They aren't going to make everything make sense and in perfect sequence... This isn't a slip-up, it's how it was made to be.
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