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Twister - I Think We Shouldn't Have Put That Extra Coat of Wax on the Truck
Bill and his fiancée are driving to meet up with Jo. The movie gives the viewers a long shot of the field of hay and gets a close up of the red Dodge truck that Bill is driving. As we get close to the truck, you are able to see the reflection of a helicopter and the camera man in the door and window. The helicopter was used to get the long camera shot of the field and they must have thought no one would notice it.
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Good pause on VCR
Avg. Rating:    6.1 of 10 - (60 votes cast)
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Anonymous on 09-18-1999
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Comments:
StonerDave writes:
Yup, personally I thought the whole movie was about that red truck... tankers, houses, cows, you name it all flying around... that truck sticks to the road and has a self repairing windsheild too
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JAG writes:
I can not believe that the editors left this in the film, it is sooooo obvious!!!
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capman1 writes:
I just reviewed this and this is kind of nit-picky. I did see the reflection, but could not make out a camera man or even tell that this was a helicopter. It was more like a distorted blob. Obviously a reflection of whatever was filming, but to say you could pick out details such as a camera man is a bit much. I just watched this on a 56" HDTV monitor with a Progressive scan DVD. and couldn't see it, so what are you using to see this Camera dude???
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