Posted by Rich on April 14, 1998 at 18:18:10:
In Reply to: accident or not? posted by Juanita on April 14, 1998 at 02:58:38:
: Maybe you guys have already tackled this one, but..... in the forest, just after leaving the Cameron's burned cabin, our intrepid heroes are almost discovered as their enemy advances.
: (mmmm, sure woulda loved to have been J. May in that scene).
: Is it just me, or does Waddington trip? I'm not sure what Duncan was doing - seemed that he was trying to gain a tactical position, but oops! trips, and just decides he should remain where he is.
It was at the Burial Ground. Best I can visualize it from memory, it was dark. Sounds were heard in the forest. Everyone took cover to defend their patch of ground if need be. Indeed, Duncan does appear to stumble over a log or something in the darkness as he tries to take position. Very natural looking ...
: I love the book, but I'm afraid I love the film more so (the book doesn't have Schweig on the cover). Soundtrack is incredible! My Japanese students (mostly older adults) really liked it - good thing facial expressions are universal.
I, too, enjoy the movie more than the book. I try to keep in mind, however, that there would be no movie without the book!
If anyone's wondering where Lainey is, she's been gone, and will be for a few more days ... away with the kids for a bit.
She shall return!
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