I went to the movies today to see the opening of "Hobbs & Shaw", a Fast & Furious production. I'm not going to go into details about the movie itself, just about the way some of its action scenes are cut.
In one of the scenes, the actors are preparing for a battle over the course of a day, late into the night. Finally, the battle starts, at night, with it being totally clear that it is in fact night (fireworks, car lights, ...).
All of a sudden, a cut: day. It is now day, out of nowhere at all. There is no time jump, no wait, nothing. So we're in bright daylight now.
The battle continues, and there's a helicopter coming in. After a long battle-scene in daylight with blue skies, the helicopter crashes off a cliff. The scene cuts to the wreck, with people climbing out of it.
It is now a thunderstorm. Lightning, rain, dark cloudy skies all over the place.
So my question is: Did they
- not notice those logical flaws (hard to believe for such a big production) or
- simply not care. Why would they not fix such rather simple logical issues when filming? or
- is there any other explanation for this change of scene?