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salbrecher

6th Day/sweet Ice

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I was watching "6th Day" (swartznegger) and there's a scene where they're flying a chopper through a tight canyon and the sides of the cliff walls are plastered with frozen waterfall after waterfall. I know the movie was shot in vancouver and as soon as they fly out of the canyon they're over the north shore. It's crafty editing as i know it's not near vancouver but has anyone else seen this and know where it is? Shitty, horrible movie by the way.

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Was surfin' the cable this past weekend and tuned in right when they started that "chopper race" sequence. I noticed all the fat stuff, too. Have no idea where it is, tho. confused.gif

 

Didn't stick around for any more. Headed over to The History Channel (my fave). thumbs_up.gif

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no kidding I was thinking the exact same thing Stefan!!

 

those waterfall were sweet!!

 

I have some ideas where it might be.

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