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Robin Hood: Men in Tights - The Blind Man Sees?
Throughout the movie, there are instances where Blinkin does things like he can see. Such as when Robin cut's the saddle from the horse, causing a guy t hang from it sideways, after picking on him, Blinkin laughs with everone else, like he saw the whole thing. And when they are told to "go around the back way" to get to Robin during the archer competition, he looks towards the "other way" with everyone else.
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Robin Hood: Men In Tights
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Pie is good writes:
It's an outrageuous comedy by Mel Brooks it's supposed to be weird like that. That's like pointing out that the prince's mole keeps moving sheesh.
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Narrikk writes:
Throughout the whole movie, not only does Blinkin have various levels of control over his senses, the characters refer to it quite openly. The most obvious examples, "I heard that coming a mile away," followed by, "Pardon? Who's talking?" and "I CAN SEE! ... No, I was wrong." are just thrown in to make sure that the audience gets the fact that he can't seem to decide how well he can see/hear/whatever.
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scrubs writes:
Prince John has a mole?!?!? And it moves?!?! Oh wait...they cover that in the movie...that's right.
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