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In the first scene the woman writing on the keyboard does not even try to hit actual keys, but strikes the keyboard between the keys. And this is done while huge closeup shows exactly what the woman is doing. See more »
Written by Ernest Saint Laurent (as Ernest Saint-Laurent) (SACEM)
Published by SuperPitch Entertainment (SACEM)
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They can't get the simplest things right
This movie by Nicolas Cage and company is another to add to the bad. Opening credits blew it when they pan a laptop showing a active transfer while she randomly strikes the keyboard senselessly. What were they expecting this to add more realism you could see she was not typing and nothing appears on the screen except the transfer process. Obviously the film's editor should cut this to the floor but they probably thought nobody would care, that's why this is a B movie.
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