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10 Action Sequences that Defy the Laws of Physics

Den Of Geek writes:
With the stunt-filled Fast Five out on Blu-ray and DVD this week, here’s our list of some outlandish movie action sequences that appear to defy all known physical laws.

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StarWarsFan3499d ago

Gone In 60 Seconds had a rad car jump near the end of the movie.

KingPin3499d ago

that car jump was cgi.

StarWarsFan3499d ago

It was still an outlandish sequence.

KingPin3499d ago

true true.

but sometimes you just have to exaggerate the action. makes it for enjoyable.

best outlandish sequence for me was in transformers 3- the sliding-down the-building one. no way in hell is any of that possible but have to say it was enjoyable to watch.

mjsmufc993499d ago

the car jump in The Man with the Golden gun when the car does a 360 over the bridge lol! Classic

KingPin3499d ago

surprisingly, that stunt, as outlandish as it was, was actually shot in real time. no cgi. apparently its the hardest stunt ever performed in hollywood and it was never repeated in any other movie.

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Quagmire3499d ago

Physics? Where we're going, we dont need any Physics.

Thats Hollywood for ya.

ainsz3499d ago

Was that a back to the the future reference? I wasn't quite sure..

Whoooop3498d ago

Sorry, but nothing tops Speed's bus jump.

jeremyKX3498d ago

I think the True Lies one is believable. Not sure that the weight of a person would fully hold down a missile...