Harry Stamper: [Refering to asteroid right before he blows the nuke] Complain all you want, you son of a bitch.
It's explained in detail how the impact will cause a horrible freak tide, what it will do, and that one half of mankind will die in the nuclear winter. That´s absolutely irrelevant. The asteroid is "as big as Texas," that means several hundred of miles. Such an impact is called ELE (Extinction Level Event). A bigger part of the Pacific Ocean would evaporate immediately, so no matter if a wave or not. The earth would become "sterilized." So no lifeform will live long enough to die in a winter. (So it is nonsensical to compare that impact with the event 65 million years ago. It's much different.) See more...
In the medical testing scene, Max asks the doctor if he's ever seen Pulp Fiction (1994), a movie featuring both Steve Buscemi (Rockhound) in a cameo at the restaurant, and Bruce Willis (Harry S. Stamper). See more...
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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Original entry||When it shows the first shuttle docking with the Russian space station, you can see the word "Force" on the side of the shuttle. When the second shuttle docks, its a reverse of the same footage, because now you can see the word "Force" is backwards.|