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Canton accidentally axes Vivo in the head when he believes that it was the creature on the other side of the door. The triggerhappy mercenaries mistakenly shoot down a few passengers at one point.
T-Ray suggests the passengers thought the ship was sinking and abandoned it. Joey snarks at that, saying the passengers "obviously" jumped overboard miles from land rather than make use of the many lifeboats. Finnegan and Mamooli chuckle at that crack; T-Ray not at all.
All There in the Manual: The creatures actually creature, singular are called Octalus, based on the alternative European name for the film. Attack of the Monster Appendage: The monsters are actually the tentacles of a bigger beast. He loses it halfway through.
Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Few of the protagonists sustain any obvious injuries over the course of the movie, with Canton's and Joey's leg wounds being the only noticeable exceptions. Who really invokes the trope, however, are Finnegan and Trillian. Not only does neither of the two get as much as a scratch on them - even their clothes remain completely untarnished regardless of being exposed to bloody water, explosions, fireballs and whatnot all over the place.
Famke Janssen in particular ends the movie as impeccably dressed and as ridiculously gorgeous as she was in her first scene, hairdo and makeup included. Not that anyone's complaining. Better to Die than Be Killed: Entirely justified by anyone who attempts it, given that dying to the seamonster is a slow and awful affair.
When Mason is grabbed by a sea monster that will slowly and painfully digest him alive, he detonates one of his explosives before it can eat him. Subverted when Hanover is grabbed by one of the monsters.
Joey hands him a weapon as an act of mercy, only for the former to start shooting at him. While Joey escapes, Hanover tries to take his own life and discovers he doesn't have any bullets left.
Joey, tossing Hanover a pistol: Don't say I never did nothin' for ya. Simon Canton is responsible for hiring the mercenaries to sink the ship for him to collect the insurance. However, he is upstaged by the sea monsters that infest the ship.
Despite the infestation, he still tries make a shot for Big Bad title by using the others as bait so he can escape himself, and tries to kill Trillian and steal Finnegan's boat. Trillian and her pilfered pistol show up just in time to save Finnegan from becoming sea monster sushi.
Joey is being curbstomped by Hanover's men for being a snoop. Finnegan appears out of nowhere and puts an end to the fun by firing three spears into the wall Bigger on the Inside: Evidently, the automatic assault rifles used in this film - with a stated 1, round capacity, but no visible place where this amount of ammo could possibly be stored.
Black Dude Dies First: Vivo is the first of the mercenaries to get killed off The ending features the heroes now stranded on an Isle of Giant Horrors that seems to have more monstrous creatures they have to deal with.
We cut to credits right before they come face to face with something that sounds like Godzilla.
The writers, aware that the plot will require Bottomless Magazinesintroduce the primary weapon of Hanover's pirates as an exotic "Chinese" minigun assault rifle that is auto-cooling, water-tight and has a thousand-round magazine.
The small size is still preposterous, given that they dropping. Though in a strange adherence to established canon, they do occasionally run out of bullets at roughly the time that a five-barreled Gatling gun would burn through a thousand rounds while firing in bursts.
Vivo tries to make seasick T. Ray puke by claiming he'll be eating pigs' feet, monkey brains, and elephant eyeballs once their mission's over.
Some of the mercenaries, particularly and especially Mason and Mulligan, started to go through this as they never expected to face and combat a sea monster when they were hired for the job and eventually becomes distraught over the loss of their close comrades.
Mason lampshades it with this quote: Hanover as well, when he is slowly eaten by the creature and his facial expressions shows him in visible pain without even screaming initially.
After Joey gives him his handgun to perform a Mercy Kill which he unfortunately wasted the last bullet on Joey in a Taking You with Me attempt only to miss and he failed to commit quick painless suicideHanover can only scream finally in a mixture of horror, disbelief over the loss of bullets, and pain as he is eaten alive.Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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Viewers had to entertain the possibility that the Axis Powers could actually win, that much of Hollywood could be sent to Hitler’s concentration camps, and that Casablanca and every other Hollywood film would be erased from history.
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