Originally Posted by OggideM
that's great, except almost all of those are connected, and hence... the point.
My "point" exactly...yawn
Originally Posted by Lils Roro
It would appear that the bad guys were instructed to kill everyone but our 3 heroes. Someone wants them alive. Or this is just a bad parody of season 1.
Loved watching Bezzerides lead her male troops through a hail of bullets. Nothing scaredy cat about her.
One tough babe...
Originally Posted by Ph8te
This was dramatic coincidence, I was hoping that at least one other person wouldn't be dead.
Our 3 leads couldn't die this early in the series, it would break Hollywood Rule #829
I did have a problem with the way people reacted with heavy gunfire going on. They were instructed to get down and move, yet we saw multiple people just standing. I get some would be "stunned" in shock, but it seemed that they didn't move till someone got shot right next to them.
The shock lasts maybe
a second and a half, then everyone runs and hides.
(seen too many Iraq and Afghanistan videos on LiveLeak.com)
Originally Posted by Shaded Dogfood
Now oink is a persuasive fellow, but just because he sez it don't necessarily make it so...
I don't care so much about the components oink cites as how they interrelate.
Hey, what can I say...swine can be very sensitive.
And I find it unlikely that in that sort of shootout that the bad guys would know (or care) who to shoot and who to spare.
With automatic gunfire, each bullet can be aimed with precision thru an old malady known as HWNUGS (Hollywood Writer's Nonsensical Understanding of Gunfire Syndrome).
It was first noticed about 100 years ago with the old gangster flicks.