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Mission Impossible 2 - Stop! You're Making Me Giddy!
When Hunt gets his sunglasses at the beginning of the mission, as he looks through them the terrain moves as if Hunt is spinning. The camera is moving around Hunt, but Hunt himself is not standing there spinning 360 degrees. You can tell from the long shots. And even if he were, the edge of a cliff isn't really the smartest place to stand there and spin around.
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Contributed By: Steve Crow on 01-03-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Nickole writes:
That's funny I've never thought he was spinning, actually I've always thought it was the camera the one who was spinning around him.
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RobNich writes:
Steve Crow is correct. The camera is moving around him, he is not rotating his body. Yet when we look through the glasses, his head or body is rotating, as the landscape is moving. Also, a rant: Why did people vote without having watched this scene? 1.7 with 10 votes cast? Why?
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Isaac writes:
I am commenting on one of the comments. When you said that he is spinning around on the cliff, you can clearly see through the glasses that it is the same landscape repeated over again in the opposite direction. He is merely looking at the scenery while listening to his mission.
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Steve Crow writes:
The camera is spinning around him in most of the medium shots. The question is, why do the lenses make it look like _Ethan_ is spinning...? ;)
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