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StClair
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09:31:29 AM Jul 6th 2011
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I once heard the difference between Hong Kong and Hollywood filmmaking described thus (mostly referring to True Lies, but relevant here also):

"IN AMERICA, they spend half a million dollars building a prop Harrier and have two or three stunt guys in safety harnesses dressed like the star. In Hong Kong, they rent a Harrier for an afternoon and have Jackie Chan climb around on it (and pray he doesn't fall off or get sucked into an engine or something)."
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