One of these things is not like the others

By Shamus
on Mar 7, 2007
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If you play the Apocalypto trailer, go to the spot where you see the screaming monkey face at ~75%, then use the left arrow to step back a few seconds. Amid the horrible images of desperate conflict, you will see this:

Apocalypto trailer

Heh. (Via.)

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  1. Greg says:

    Just because I can… FIRST! :D

  2. Jeremiah says:

    That’s the most awesome thing. Ever.

  3. Woerlan says:

    No… way… O_o;;

  4. Polk says:

    First the Where’s Waldo scene in the pile of corpses, and now this? Was Mel even trying when he made this?

  5. Mordaedil says:

    If you flip back and forth a bit, notice how their facial expressions changes when Mel is on camera and when he’s off camera. Also, one of those guys is getting butt-sex.

  6. AndrewNZachsDad says:

    So, is it just me or does the beard kinda make Mel look a little (read: a LOT) like Saddam H? Only with a more maniacal outlook…

    PS. Before accusations start pouring in, I have been a big fan of Mel’s work, including the Lethal Weapon series AND The Passion. I am a Christian and was moved when I watched The Passion. Admittedly, I had to actively focus on the worship aspects of the film and ignore the hype, but these are the days we live in.

  7. David King says:

    Wow, step buttons! Never noticed those before.

  8. Julia says:

    Cool. I was just pausing like a fiend and hit it just right.

    And I’ll be posting to LJ about this later. :) (Linking back here.)

  9. ObseloV says:

    Remember this device being used on Fight Club?

    Several scenes before Brad Pitt’s character is introduced, while Edward Norton is still lamenting and explaining his existence to us, single frames are imposed with Brad Pitt leaning on a character here, or standing in the background elsewhere (the only scene I can think of now is the men’s cancer group scene… methinks).

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