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Mar
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comment What is it called when a movie breaks the illusion of fantasy?
The thing that breaks my suspension of disbelief the most is blatant product promotion. Like having the heroes on the run from the badies, 1000 years from now and in space, and all they can think of is drinking some Coke? Ads are annoying on their own, inside a movie they can be extremely jarring, esp. if the plot is not in our "reality".
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14
accepted Why were the “ghost satellites” such a big issue?
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11
comment Why were the “ghost satellites” such a big issue?
I guess the whole plot was about Heigl making a appearance and Seagal beating up the bad guys. Oh well...
Aug
11
comment Why were the “ghost satellites” such a big issue?
I thought about that too, but the guy that mentioned the self-destruct did so before they even knew where Dane was, so there would have been no reason for him to assume that Dane would have any sort of trouble on his side that would cause him to lose control. I assumed that meant that the self-destruct device was independent from the rest of the controls, which would make sense if it was designed to deal with situations exactly like this...
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Aug
10
revised Why were the “ghost satellites” such a big issue?
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