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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - Bad Sound Editing
Watch the part where Indiana is in the temple containing the cup. Pay close attention to the part were he is about to walk across the canyon where it looks like there is no bridge or footing to get across. Look at his feet when he is walking over the path of rock. Hes hovering, it doesnt even look like his feet are touching anything solid, even though it sounds like he is walking on stone. They could have done a better job with the sound editing.
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Liss on 08-04-2001
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Ba-da-bing! writes:
The point of the hidden walkway was for it to be hidden. Hidden/invisible until we (the veiwers) go "ahhhhh!" and realize that it was an invisible magic rock (whatever), and that he was supposed to hover like that until it sank in for us!
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The Evil Pig writes:
The bridge isn't meant to be invisible, but painted with the pattern of the cliff face.
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Liss writes:
I know the rock pathway was supposed to be invisible. That's painfully obvious. What I'm saying is look at Indy's feet when he is walking across the invisible pathway. If you watch the video, you will see what I mean. His feet aren't even touching the rock pathway. He's just walking along hovering over the pathway. At this point you can see the pathway, let me make it clear that I know that rock pathway is supposed to be invisible. It looks really dumb, go watch the video. Did I make it clearer?
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