True. but that advice comes from PAID CONSULTANTS. if some production assistant, who's father happened to be a cop, started mouthing off about how such-and-such was wrong, not only would they be out of a job, they might possibly be black listed and have a hard time finding work again.
A movie based on history take inputs from historians; on true criminal stories take inputs from the police.
making unwanted suggestions is the surest way to NOT work on the project.
Originally posted by Amit Biswas:
I would certainly agree that the special effects wizards must be working as a separate team. But since they too are involved in the same project, I don't think it should be a problem for them to suggest some corrections in the script.
Originally posted by Dave Lenton:
I bet there were some Macevangelists saying "of course it works with a Mac, the aliens have clearly found out that the Mac is the One True Way to do things with computers".
the computer gurus in these movies hack like a world champ in type writing