Hehehe, shouldn't your SODG be on full anyway while watching this movie??Originally posted by Capt MarVell@Feb 27 2006, 08:17 PM
I don't really think the square gun drawing is accurate at all. I paused the trailer last week and it looks like a Glock. Well, a vac-form of a Glock with a lot of stuff added to it, especially in front of the trigger of course. The detail is really soft, but the profile is definitely Glock. Also looks like the ejection port was extended quite a bit. Not sure how a gun is supposed to feed ammo that drops into the bottom of the mag well; how's the mag spring and follower supposed to feed it to the chamber? Oh well, set Suspension Of Disbelief Generator to maximum. At least the flick looks like good mindless entertainment, and Milla ain't bad on the eyes either.
( Edited to fix a typo )
They're production sheets released for the film. The Ultraviolet Yahoo site has them up but they were way too small to make out the measurements with. I picked these up from the IGN site which has them much larger, obviously. Shame they didn't include the Uzi/Sword ones.Originally posted by Sith Sheriff Brody@Feb 28 2006, 06:57 PM
Where are these drawings from?
I thought the same thing when I saw these over on Milla's website. Seems an odd way to describe a paint scheme.It amuses me that the finish on Violet's "square-gun" is noted as "ipod".
With the exception of the Ar-15, I would say none of the images are too accurate and details will have changed.I don't really think the square gun drawing is accurate at all.
Yeah, my heart sank when I saw the trailer. It just doesn't look very good. It reminds me of Aon Flux, which isn't good, but the soft focus, and colors make me think of a maybelline commercial, and I think Milla sounds like she's walking through this one "I was born into a world you . . . may not . . . understand" she sounds like she's talking on the phone in casual conversation. Lifeless.I really hope this movie doesn't bite, but my heart sunk when I saw they're not doing critics screenings