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Stigmata - Borrowing Footage
Simply play the movie about one fourth of the way through (approximately 27 minutes into the film). The slip-up occurs during a scene in which Frankie's friend makes a comment indicating that they are "almost home." The film then cuts to an exterior scene of the train traveling down the tracks. This exterior film footage is most obviously borrowed from the film Money Train starring Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson. The scene from which this clip is borrowed is the one in which a metal bar is portruding from the front window of the train car. The hope was that when the fast-traveling money train collided with another train on the tracks, the metal bar would activate the trains brakes. The scene was so blatantly obvious to me, I was shocked. You could see the metal bar portruding from the window and everything. Not to mention that the money train car was silver, and the train in which the cast of Stigmata were riding was red.
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Anonymous on 12-11-2006
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