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Final Destination - Blinking Corpse
When they show a close-up of Tod's face in the morgue, you can see his eyelids move a little bit.
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Danielle on 11-05-2000
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dj_heffalump writes:
Wind! Postmortem musclel spasms/contractions! Tons of easy explanations for this!
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wittyjokes writes:
Hello.... I added a bit about in the bit about the bus.. If you get the DVD version of the film, and put on the commentary from the directors, they say that the blinking corpse was their mistake.. The actor playing the corpse blinked but they did not notice it until the final cut... If you do not have the DVD version, then this is a slip up! Also notice as the teacher goes to light the cooker (before she does) there is something sticking out of it! The directors say this is something to help the cooker explode later on in the scene and they didnt know this till the release neither!!
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Phreak writes:
Of course he is not really dead; but in the film, he is SUPPOSED to be dead. Movies and slip-ups are about supposition. You wouldn't use a corpse to play the part of someone who died later in the film. This is a perfect slip-up. He is supposed to be dead. PS: Post-mortem spasms/contractions would have died out by then.
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Diablo writes:
C'mon... post-mortem spasms... remember his are flailing? Same as the blinking...
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NICOLE writes:
We all now that he isn't really dead. This happens a lot in movies. Believe me I've seen worse interpretations of dead people.
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