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Terminator 2: Judgement Day - Helicopter Crash
After Arnold, Sarah, and John leave the Cyberdyne building, they are in a S.W.A.T. van being persued by the T-1000 in a helicopter. A little ways into the chase, Arnold slams on the brakes, causing the helicopter to smash into the back of the van. This is clearly seen. But the next shot shows, for about 2 seconds, the helicopter back in full, undamaged state behind the van. OOOPS! Not even the T-1000 could've done that!!!!
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Michael Myers on 10-16-1999
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narnar writes:
True, but this is no slipup. The helicopter is shown crashing into the back of the van from another angle that's all. This is similar to countless other films and programs where a particularly impressive explosion, car crash etc. is shown over and over from many different angles
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kevstro writes:
To the writer of the comment above I disagree with your statement... This is a slip up. The multiple angle explosion that is used in film is true, but if this were not a slip up two things would be true, for one thing both of the explosions would of happened at the same place and for the same reason. The first explosion clearly happens because the helicopter is running into the back of the SWAT Truck and the Helicopter Explodes while attached to the truck, the second explosion happens about one car length behind the truck and happens because the helicopter hits the ground, you can see the helicopter crash into the ground completely together and then break apart and explode. he second reason would be seen as the helicopter exploding twice, this also cannot be because before the second shot of the helicopter you can see the helicopter is not only in one piece but also doesn't have any signs of damage that can be seen taking place in the first crash. It is for these reason I believe this is a slip up, it is done for a good shot but still a slip up since both shots are different.
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