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HestonFan25 Oct 2017 4:22 p.m. PST

I know the second movie was written by F. Miller. I was watching this on CometTV the other day and I noticed something.
The movie definitely has it's silly moments (like the first one). I refer to the memorial to Elvis complete with Elvis's mummified corpse.

-Spoiler Alert-
I am talking about the scene where Robo-Kane is first introduced.
The characters in the warehouse freak out and scatter. Robo-Kane starts shooting up the place. What was odd was HOW the characters scattered.
They were on their hands and knees hiding behind things and poking their heads through holes to look for Kane. All the shots were close ups of the character's faces.
I made me think of that old show "Little Rascals".
My question is was that intentional or was it an accident?
You be the judge.

HestonFan25 Oct 2017 4:22 p.m. PST

I know the second movie was written by F. Miller. I was watching this on CometTV the other day and I noticed something.
The movie definitely has it's silly moments (like the first one). I refer to the memorial to Elvis complete with Elvis's mummified corpse.

-Spoiler Alert-
I am talking about the scene where Robo-Kane is first introduced.
The characters in the warehouse freak out and scatter. Robo-Kane starts shooting up the place. What was odd was HOW the characters scattered.
They were on their hands and knees hiding behind things and poking their heads through holes to look for Kane. All the shots were close ups of the character's faces.
I made me think of that old show "Little Rascals".
My question is was that intentional or was it an accident?
You be the judge.

HestonFan25 Oct 2017 4:22 p.m. PST

I know the second movie was written by F. Miller. I was watching this on CometTV the other day and I noticed something.
The movie definitely has it's silly moments (like the first one). I refer to the memorial to Elvis complete with Elvis's mummified corpse.

-Spoiler Alert-
I am talking about the scene where Robo-Kane is first introduced.
The characters in the warehouse freak out and scatter. Robo-Kane starts shooting up the place. What was odd was HOW the characters scattered.
They were on their hands and knees hiding behind things and poking their heads through holes to look for Kane. All the shots were close ups of the character's faces.
I made me think of that old show "Little Rascals".
My question is was that intentional or was it an accident?
You be the judge.

HestonFan25 Oct 2017 4:22 p.m. PST

I know the second movie was written by F. Miller. I was watching this on CometTV the other day and I noticed something.
The movie definitely has it's silly moments (like the first one). I refer to the memorial to Elvis complete with Elvis's mummified corpse.

-Spoiler Alert-
I am talking about the scene where Robo-Kane is first introduced.
The characters in the warehouse freak out and scatter. Robo-Kane starts shooting up the place. What was odd was HOW the characters scattered.
They were on their hands and knees hiding behind things and poking their heads through holes to look for Kane. All the shots were close ups of the character's faces.
I made me think of that old show "Little Rascals".
My question is was that intentional or was it an accident?
You be the judge.

HestonFan25 Oct 2017 4:22 p.m. PST

I know the second movie was written by F. Miller. I was watching this on CometTV the other day and I noticed something.
The movie definitely has it's silly moments (like the first one). I refer to the memorial to Elvis complete with Elvis's mummified corpse.

-Spoiler Alert-
I am talking about the scene where Robo-Kane is first introduced.
The characters in the warehouse freak out and scatter. Robo-Kane starts shooting up the place. What was odd was HOW the characters scattered.
They were on their hands and knees hiding behind things and poking their heads through holes to look for Kane. All the shots were close ups of the character's faces.
I made me think of that old show "Little Rascals".
My question is was that intentional or was it an accident?
You be the judge.

HestonFan25 Oct 2017 4:22 p.m. PST

I know the second movie was written by F. Miller. I was watching this on CometTV the other day and I noticed something.
The movie definitely has it's silly moments (like the first one). I refer to the memorial to Elvis complete with Elvis's mummified corpse.

-Spoiler Alert-
I am talking about the scene where Robo-Kane is first introduced.
The characters in the warehouse freak out and scatter. Robo-Kane starts shooting up the place. What was odd was HOW the characters scattered.
They were on their hands and knees hiding behind things and poking their heads through holes to look for Kane. All the shots were close ups of the character's faces.
I made me think of that old show "Little Rascals".
My question is was that intentional or was it an accident?
You be the judge.

ZULUPAUL Supporting Member of TMP25 Oct 2017 4:26 p.m. PST

Yikes! There's an echo in here!

HestonFan25 Oct 2017 5:16 p.m. PST

Yeah, six times the echo.

Stryderg Supporting Member of TMP25 Oct 2017 5:26 p.m. PST

I think directors do things to try and convey to the audience how dramatic the scene is, how scared the characters are, how dangerous the situation is, etc. They forget that an informed and intelligent audience will just see how silly the director is. Of course that's not really the demographic they are going for.

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