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Charlie's Angels - Handcuffs!
When Dylan (Drew Barrymore) is tied to the chair, her hands are cuffed behind her..This is the scene where the guy put the tape over her mouth with the lipstick on it, you know? When the group of men comes in, she says "I'll beat you with my hands behind my back" (or something). She manages to get up from the chair, but her handcuffs are suddenly IN FRONT of her..She couldn't have done this without popping her arms out of their sockets and bringing them to the front of her!
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Alekona on 02-01-2001
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Comments:
moviechic writes:
And you don't need to put your arms out of their sockets in order to get your hands in front of you... Just step through them.
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snozberries writes:
You must have blinked because there is a quick shot of her stepping through her hands to bring her hands to the front. And her hands were tied not cuffed.
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chels writes:
You must have missed it, but at the very beginning of the fight scene after she jumps on top of the guy and breaks the chair she lifts her arms under her legs. Watch more closely next time.
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wazzaup writes:
If you watch closely, it shows drew getting her hands from behind her back by tucking her legs in, then pulling her hands out from behind
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Lewis writes:
You don't need to pop your arms out of your sockets to do that. It is possible to bring your hands from behind you to the front when they're tied, but it is not easy.
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Alekona writes:
My bad-it wasn't handcuffs, it was rope.
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