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Mission Impossible 2 - Variable Virus Effects
Here's a two-fer: The digital camera photos of...Gadski? show him with considerable bleeding and skin problems even before his 20 hours of "safe" infection expire. Nyah has no such markings. Also, she was infected a little after 11 p.m. (when the generators start up for 20 minutes), and she has 20 hours to live. But when Hunt and the team give her the last-minute nick-of-time save-her-life infection, it is broad daylight when it should be about 7 p.m. in the evening in Sydney.
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Steve Crow on 02-01-2001
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Isaac writes:
And a comment about the time, when the Biocyte CEO is in the limousine, the fake newspaper says it is March, which would make it early fall in Australia. Of course it is still light out at 7:00.
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Sarah3264 writes:
I noticed that too, then I think somebody said the pictures were 20 hours, etc. AFTER the safe 20.
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Isaac writes:
If you watch the movie, you will notice that the scientist, Gradski, doesn't have the sores or whatever you want to call them on his face until the picture of him 27 hours after exposure.
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