No it doesn't matter.H20nly wrote:just saw yesterday. i like it. my only real complaints...
#1 - can we have an extra pass in the "medical pod" to cauterize this gnarley wound or an extra bit of dialogue that explains how a woman who just had her lower abdominal muscles sliced open can run, jump... and.... here's the big one... pull her dangling legs up from hanging over a ledge, all with only staples and pain meds as the solution to the after math of her surgery an hour earlier.
#2 WTF is the point of making Guy Pierce get all dressed up to play an old guy that has a handful of lines? was there a shortage on old guys that act?
aside from those two things (the second one is trivial really) i thought the rest of the movie was pretty damn good.
sorry guys, i didn't read the other 25 pages before posting this. if that matters.
As for one, well, the machine sprayed her with lots of stuff, not just staples, perhaps liquid skin. And she kept injecting stuff and taking pills constantly. By 2093, I hope they have made some medical progress. But, in reality, it is just a movie. Also, she zipped up that space suit, and those red lines were tubes that carried life-support stuff. It was a smart suit. The narrative tracks go into great detail about a lot of story lines and 'fine-print' like this.
As for 2, they explained this. Originally there were supposed to be scenes of him as a young man, so they needed that, otherwise they would have used an older man. There were many rejected story lines - for example: Weyland was terraforming Mars, had an orbital space station home, and Holloway and Shaw found the last message on Mars, not on Earth.