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Pirates of the Caribbean (The Curse of the Black Pearl) - Invisible?
When the pirates from the black pearl are fighting at night on the dauntless, look at the left of the screen. There should be a man in a blue jacket. Watch him. He is fighting nobody!
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egg on 07-17-2004
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Comments:
booboo writes:
This is a slip- up, even if they didn't think anyone would notice. The guy's not fighting air because he's a coward, he's fighting air because the engineers or w/e forgot to give him a computerized guy to fight with. It is definitely a slipup.
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Tom C. writes:
He's not fight ing any one because the men had to fight nothing in real life they added the pirates to the movie in CG.
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Yavanna writes:
If the guy was a coward, why would he bother fighting air? Wouldn't he just run below or jump overboard? I blame the CG crew.
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pielike9 writes:
ok so what happened is they did they fight scene with the pirates and the navy to get the movements, then they made the navy fight air so they could put the CG skeltons in now i dont know if there is a guy or not but if there is it probabally just a CG problem.
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Alyssa writes:
This is definitely a slip-up. He was never given a guy to fight with. The engineers must have screwed up.
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Rissa writes:
The only one I can see is the man at the top of the stairs when the bell's being rung, and he's fighting a perfectly good skeletal pirate. When exactly do you mean?
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Stiles_rocks777 writes:
...so? Does it really matter? That's not a slip-up. I mean, who's going to notice? And if they do, who cares?
5 of 25 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes
ColdFire writes:
how is that a slip up? The guys obviously a coward.
4 of 23 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes


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