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* Although trashing the Golden Gate Bridge is pretty much '''the''' low-hanging fruit for a DisasterMovie, the novelty value of ''roasting'' it merits a few kudos in this case.

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* Credit must be given to Keyes near the end, when he takes the fuel rods, to complete the last bomb. The things were basically red-hot, enough to snap metal chains in under a second's exposure (even protective gloves weren't enough)... ''[[{{Determinator}} then he grabs them anyway, continuously holding on despite the sizzling sounds of fabric and flesh, pulling/dragging the things across what's left of the ship (including up a vertical ladder, at that).]]''


--> '''Keyes''': ''(drops the torched peach in a pitcher of water)'' Feel free to throw up, I know I did.

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--> '''Keyes''': ''(drops the torched peach in a pitcher of water)'' Feel free to throw up, I know I did.did.
* After holding his dismay in about the team's plan, Zimsky reaches a RageBreakingPoint and aggressively tells off everyone, even reaching levels of hostility. When Braz tries to calm him down, he receives a BigShutUp from Zimsky...to which he responds by right-hooking in the jaw, [[OneHitKO instantly rendering him unconscious]].
* Zimsky's breakdown in and of itself is pretty glorious to watch, considering it's pretty saturated with {{narm}}.
* The {{Heroic Sacrifice}}s of [[spoiler:Braz and Leveque]].
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* Instead of simply explaining what would happen, our heroes used an improvised '''flamethrower''' on a peach to show the message loud and clear.

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* Instead of just simply explaining what would happen, our heroes used use an improvised '''flamethrower''' on a peach to show the message loud and clear.


* Instead of simply explaining what would happen, our heroes used an improvised '''flamethrower''' on an apple to show the message loud and clear.
--> '''Zimsky''': Three months, gentlemen, and we're back in the Stone Age. A year, the field goes, and ''that''

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* Instead of simply explaining what would happen, our heroes used an improvised '''flamethrower''' on an apple a peach to show the message loud and clear.
--> '''Zimsky''': Three months, gentlemen, and we're back in the Stone Age. A year, the field goes, and ''that''''that''.
--> '''Keyes''': ''(drops the torched peach in a pitcher of water)'' Feel free to throw up, I know I did.

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* Instead of simply explaining what would happen, our heroes used an improvised '''flamethrower''' on an apple to show the message loud and clear.
--> '''Zimsky''': Three months, gentlemen, and we're back in the Stone Age. A year, the field goes, and ''that''

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