Innerspace

Innerspace (1987)

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Jack and Lydia get to the lab in time to get Tuck back to normal size. Tuck and Lydia get married, and are driven to their honeymoon by the Cowboy with Scrimshaw and Canker in the trunk. Jack realizes the Cowboy was the driver, so he takes off after the limo to save Lydia and Tuck. The last shot is of Jack speeding after them in Tuck's car.

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Revealing mistake: When Jack is hanging out of the truck you can see him standing on the hood of the car which Lydia is driving. At some points we get camera view from the back seat of the car. In some angles the mirror inside the car disappear. This is to prevent us from seeing the camera. (01:04:15)

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Victor Scrimshaw: In lieu of champagne, how about some real pain? Propane?

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Trivia: The filmmakers used two different shopping malls for the scene where the doctor injects Tuck into Jack's rear. The opening scenes where the doctor runs in and heads for the elevator were shot in the Northridge Mall in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. The scene where he reaches the top and rams the syringe into Jack was filmed on the top floor of the Sherman Oaks Galleria, another mall several miles away.

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Question: When Tuck is inside Jack he can't go through the heart - is this because Jack would have a heart attack or because Tuck would die?

Answer: I would say both probably.

Answer: Probably, but most likely it's because Jack's pod is fragile and wouldn't survive the shock wave heartbeats. The pod is experimental and built for scientific observation, not battle.

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