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Mallrats - The Magic Eye Poster
Watch or fast forward to the part of the movie when TS and Brodie first encounter Willam Black. Willam is staring at a Magic Eye poster trying to see the hidden picture. He can't make it out, while Brodie and TS immediately realize the picture is of a sailboat.
If you freeze frame on the actual Magic Eye poster, and if you are able to see the picture in the poster, you'll realize that it ISN'T a sailboat at all, but rather three or four rows of geometric shapes: Stars on top, spheres in the middle, and triangle wedges pointing toward you on the bottom.
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A copy of Mallrats on VHS or DVD
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The Geek on 02-02-2001
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Netslayer writes:
I don't think Kevin Smith was counting on people taking the time and the effort to look for the elusive "sailboat."
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noffkido writes:
I noticed this too. I watch the DVD like twice a month. Good catch!
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HaggardMovieFan writes:
I think the moment might have been slowed down and the joke would not have been so funny if TS had stopped and said oh yeah its a bunch of multiple shapes and triangles pointing at us ect... But good eyes The Geek... I could never really see those things except for one they had on a box of teddy grahms.
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chavis writes:
I noticed this in the movie the first time i watched it. I didn't freeze the frame so that i could look at the magic eye poster. When i was younger i used to do magic eye all the time and i was, sadly, obsesed with them. In that split seccond shot of the poster, I could immediately tell that it wasn't a sailboat. I reckon that part of the film was intentional, to see how many geeks like us would pick up on it. Afterall, it wouldn't have been that hard to just use a real magic eye picture of a sailboat as they're surprisingly easy to make.
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ConanaBanana02 writes:
the first time i saw the movie i thought i should check that out but then forgot. so i watched it again and BAM! not a sailboat. my poor boyfriend though. stared at it for over 10 minutes and still couldnt get it. lol.
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