Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Dream, May 19, 2013.
"How did you know there'd be a car to break our fall?"
I myself belly-laughed during the "quiet" and "somber" scene in which Vin removes a frickin' bullet from his shoulder with a dirty mirror, a wrench, and a slight frown. Some in the theater seemed not to appreciate my ruining the mood.
Come on, guys. These movies have always about crazy over the top action, and never bothered to be realistic. Why should they start now?
Personally, I look fondly back on the days when they realistically drove 100+ MPH through mountain tunnels and dragging 10 ton safes through the streets with Chargers.
I've seen a bunch of behind the scenes videos where nearly all of the money shot stunts are performed for real. So I don't get many of the realism criticism.
So if I told you that most of the actors in the Star Wars movies held and twirled their own props, you'd call lightsabers realistic?
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