why cant they just use the 300sd's if they are gonna detroy them, there are a bunch in the San fernando valley they can grab
It looked like that to me too, cause of the headlights. But based on some of the prices I've seen, an average 126 is less valuable and rare than those, so I don't know why they'd do that, lol.Did anyone else notice or am I seeing things? The scene shows a black W126 driving and then switches over into a black W123 when it blows up?
Maybe your eyes aren't what they used to be, but he takes aim at the W126 (doesn't necessarily mean he blew it up with the shot, that's how trailers work...) the W123 blows up BECAUSE JASON STATHAM PRESSES THE DETONATOR IN HIS HAND, and the W126 that was FOLLOWING IT comes to a screeching halt where Jason Statham and Robert DeNiro fill it full of lead. No discontinuity, no mistake.yup. I'm pretty sure my friends heavily rolled their eyes when I pointed that out. I think the same thing happened in "the devil's double" iirc.
I don't get riled up, I just type with a lot of emotion. It's not like I'm banging my keyboard on m end or anything. Although, my brother would probably say otherwise, but then again I only do the same thing to him through text, haha.You're hilarious man. Stop freaking out about peoples' opinions on internet forums. If you let yourself get this riled up on the internet I can't imagine how much shit you must be holding in. For one, I was talking about the rims, which are gen 2 rims in a movie based in the early 80's. And for 2, all I meant was the car getting blown up looked like a 123, which I believe it was. The trailer was misleading in the sense that it showed a lone 126 in crosshairs followed by a 123 blowing up. Dr. Grillz and I misinterpreted it as one continuous shot. Boo hoo.