Movie Mistakes: Titanic

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    in 8 that actually makes sense because it's on a wire you could easily compensate for the shift in the way the boat was by simply lowering one side quicker than the other and in 15 that could also be the other side of the same steam stack or simply be another steam stack all together

    True but if you were lowing one side quicker than the other the boat should still shift forward with the sinking ship due to the pull of gravity, not hoist vertically down. But yes you do have a point on 15 lol
    - mrcbccadetx0 March 30, 2012, 11:10 am
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    The biggest mistake was the film being made in the first place

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    i like this guy^

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    good job you must've had to watch that stinkin movie alot to notice those so to that i congragulate you good sir

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    pshh the answer is obvious. its two different boats. duh

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