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Movie blunders

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Machete, Oct 10, 2007.

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  1. Machete

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    I'm starting this thread basically to address one of the most blatant errors involving a firearm in movie history. So much that it ruined said film for me.
    Has anyone seen Rob Zombie's Halloween?

    I thought this movie was ok, not half as good as the original though. Biggest problem with this movie, and maybe some one can point out if I missed something. SPOILER ALERT....................

    At the end when Laurie Strode has Loomis's .357 mag, and points it at Michaels head she pulls the trigger and it goes click, she pulls again another click. ***? She is firing a revolver the bullets are fired in sequential order. Loomis fired three shots into Michael's back and unless he decided to play some Russian rollet afterwards the gun should have fired fine when Laurie pulled the trigger. Am I missing something here. That annoyed the hell out of me.
     
  2. Gord

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    Someone will be along shortly with a dead-horse GIF.
     
  3. Machete

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    I take it someone already pointed this out? I used the search and couldn't find anything relating to this. Oh well.
     
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    Maybe not this specifically, but there have been four to five hundred "movie bloopers" threads thus far. :neener:
     
  5. hnk45acp

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    here you go:
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