I'm sorry, I was just trying to save your life by stopping that train from falling off the rails. If you're going to sure me for that, I guess I'll just leave the train alone next time, and we'll see what happens. (1) Comments
In a movie full of both normal and supernatural people of all ages and experience fields, the neighbors' kid on a bike will give the most philosophical quote in this movie -mind you, and almost ANY movie. (0) Comments
The "S" on Syndrome's chest actually stands for "Sitter". He *was* gonna have it be "babysitter", but then he'd have a giant "BS" on his chest, and... well... (And yeah, I know this is from the short.) (0) Comments
When your parents have super-strength and super-flexibility its genetically correct for the offsprings to develop super-speed, force-field powers, invisibility or even shapeshifting. You see such things all the time - sharks getting baby-sharks that can not swim but fly instead, or eagles with hatchlings that catch flies with extremely long tongues. (0) Comments
When you have a flight license and didn't flown a plane for 15 years then it's a piece of cake to do so again with a way more advanced learjet. It's like riding a bycycle and no one will ask about it. (1) Comments
Originally the guy she calls on the phone about the plane was supposed to be the pilot, but in the end they decided to just have the mom fly the plane, to improve that scene and so they didn't have to deal with the logistics of an extra character in the film.
Instead of the villain who's bomb caused your train to crash, sue the hero who tried to save you from certain doom and caused you a nosebleed in the process. That's a nice move to show your appreciation and encourage the hero to try and save more people. (0) Comments