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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Title||A Sound of Thunder|
|Original entry||The biggest mistake I see is the butterfly death changing anything at all. Isn't the place where the butterfly dies, ENGULFED IN VOLCANIC ashes anyway? killing everything anyhow? So how can the death of this butterfly affect anything. if in a matter of seconds after its death the whole place is destroyed by the volcanic eruption.? [There was nothing to stop the butterfly flying away until it got stepped on, if you watch the film, you can see that the butterfly was already heading away from the direction of the volcano when it was killed, and however improbable it may appear, that is what the movie makers were intending to convey that it WOULD have survived.]|