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Air Force One - Wind Force One
If you notice in the part of the movie when they are helping people jump out of the plane, the force of the air seems very great, because at the point when Harris is hanging out of the plane and they are trying to help him back in, it appeared to be very difficult with the wind drag and all. But then later when Harris is fighting the bad guy, it does not seem to affect how he is fighting, which is at the same location as he was hanging on for dear life. Nothing shows the wind drag until he kicks the guy and hangs him, but this time he did not have trouble getting back in by himself.
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CFM writes:
The cabin was pressurized when the door was opened, so the people were pushed out due to the tendency for matter to reach equilibrium. Once the door had been open for considerable time, the aircraft had reached equilibrium with the exterior.
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temple writes:
But when he is in the plane there's not as much air blowing him backwards because he is inside the plane and that is a wind break. But when he is hanging out the air is coming underneath the plane as-well as from the sides so it's stronger.
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Monti writes:
I think that the reason Harrison had less trouble when he fighting later was because he had his footing. I don't think that the main problem with getting him back in the plane was the wind shear, but was the fact that he was hanging out the back. Like if a person was falling off a roof or something, it would be difficult to pull him or her back up again.
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haggis writes:
the reason is, the wind only takes effect when the inner door is opened. thus the reason that when the door is blown open, they all go flying!
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Brie writes:
They do show wind. Harrison's hair is flying around and so is his cloths. LIke when he says "Get of my plain," his hair is flying in his face. (That was such a good scene)There isn't as much wind as when Harrison was outside of the plain haning on for dear life because he is in the plain more.
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Duo God of Death writes:
I guess he didn't wanna type out Harrison everytime, Harris is a nick name I guess.
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