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Fun movie despite some bumps that jarred my suspension of disbelief. One example: In a documentary-style movie, there should never be a 555 phone number.
I also wondered why the fellas didn't stop to examine (or take) all the files in the cabinet below the old cabin on the water.

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Really? So what should the number have been to? A Lunology fanclub? The director's home phone? Or maybe a helpline for schizophrenics who are compelled to call random numbers they see in movies?

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The only thing that really got me was the shock over an aerial photograph taken a few years before the invention of the airplane. Hot air balloons had been around for a century at that point.

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Great Point!!

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Fun movie despite some bumps that jarred my suspension of disbelief. One example: In a documentary-style movie, there should never be a 555 phone number.

Heh well maybe in their timeline, 555 was the prefix for "Lafayetville", Louisiana (which doesn't exist either btw). You have to extend your suspension of disbelief to see how things work within the parameters of the movie.
The whole footage was from a different reality, don't forget that. Not our timeline.

For every lie I unlearn I learn something new - Ani Difranco

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Homeboy just pullin' guns on fools

still good flick

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