In the scene where Tommy and Wesley fall into the grain hold in the ship, the bulk grains flow into a container, in this case the ship's 'hold' and their surface is perfectly smooth from top to bottom. Watch for the incredible number of 'dents' in the smooth surface ('footprints' from previous takes) when the shot changes to Wesley and Tommy fighting, after the flow of grain is turned off. (They've been fighting from the top of the pile down, it occupies roughly the bottom 50% of the screen.) See more...
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|Original entry||From the plane crash scene: On touchdown, the pilots attempts to slow the plane are apparently restricted to pulling the parking brake and waiting for the plane to stop. However, commercial jets have thrust reversers and spoilers that should have been used in this situation and were not. Most also have anti-skid brakes (similar to a car's ABS system) that would be far more effective than using the parking brake. A Boeing 727 has excellent short-field landing characteristics and should be able to come to a stop much faster than depicted in the movie. [Short-field landing characteristics or not, within 10 seconds of the aircraft landing on the roadway (different surface texture than a runway) it clipped the series of telegraph poles and seriously damaged the aircraft which ultimately led its demise. Its likely other systems were damaged, and put simply, an aircraft of that size could NOT have stopped before the telegraph poles.]|