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Christmas Vacation - Rope on a Sled.
In the sledding scene when Clark uses the new super slick compound on his sled, you can see a rope pulling his sled when he is going through the trees it can be seen at the front of the sled. Slow motion and a dvd helps.
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zurn on 12-26-2000
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Princess49 writes:
Guys, c'mon. Would you be able to dodge all those trees like that? It's a movie. It was suppose to be funny. Do you think someone would actually go all out with the lights and sh*t on the house?
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JerryLee writes:
Not only can you see the string pulling the sled, notice the sled itself. At one point, the bottom is no longer smooth, but has long blade like things. You can see this when it jumps a snow bank and shows the bottom.
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Lord Voldemort writes:
You don't even need slow motion to see it. It is VERY obvious, but would he really shoot off like a rocket like that? Still, it was pretty obvious.
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fvestring2 writes:
Right before he takes off on the sled, you can also (in slow-motion) see the explosive cord that creates the illusion of lightning fast speed.
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Jack writes:
What is that supposed to mean? That has nothing to do with a rope on a sled!
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mr. pokemon 2001 writes:
in European vacation rusty is 15 and that movie was a mid 80 s movie so why does he look 12 in Christmas vacation a early 90 s movie ?
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