|User897 Wrote:Again, why is there so much trouble accepting the events in the film? When Sam got knocked on his ass, the bike, as well as the baton, were derezzed. All he had at his disposal, per the rules of the Gaming Grid, was his Identity Disc.|
I don't have trouble accepting the events in the film. The thread is to help identify possible bloopers and continuity errors. That doesn't necessarily mean I have troubles accepting the events or think the movie sucks. If there are errors or issues, does it mean I feel or wish they could've done a better job to avoid the errors? Sure.
If you paused the film when Sam got knocked off and saw the baton derezz, good for you. We'll be able to do the same in a week or so after we get the Blu-Ray. Until then, you'll have to endure our recollection as we try to remember events and situations from a film we saw 2 months+ ago. I don't remember the tiny baton derezzing, but then again, the movie screen was huge and there were a lot of other things to look at on the screen. Sam taking the time to put the baton in his holster is just asking for it to be used at some point later on in the film in some fashion. Since it didn't get used, it seems odd that they would've put that in there. If it gets derezzed, that's good enough for me.
|I'm guessing you folks are having trouble with these things because you haven't seen the film at home yet?|
Well, in all fairness, we don't have the luxury to pause, rewind, fast forward, take screen caps of ever frame in the movie, view the whole screen at once without having to move our heads from left to right and back again, and play in slow motion like you, as you know. Nor have we taken photos of a large number of frames of the film like you. So, I'm willing to bet that would be part of it.
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