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Ask AI: What movies have a scene where a character somehow hangs upside down in the jungle?


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Question: What movies have a scene where a character somehow hangs upside down in the jungle?

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There are several movies that include scenes where characters hang upside down in the jungle, either as part of a trap, accident, or other circumstances. Here are a few notable examples: 1. **Predator (1987)** - Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, there's a sequence where one of the characters gets caught in a net and ends up hanging upside down in the jungle before the Predator takes him out. 2. **Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)** - In one of the jungle scenes, Indiana Jones and his companions find themselves hanging from a rope bridge over a river, and there are moments where characters are suspended and eventually hanging upside down. 3. **Tarzan (Disney's 1999 version)** - In various adaptations, there are often scenes where Tarzan swings or ends up hanging in different orientations, including upside down, though more so for playful or acrobatic reasons rather than traps. 4. **Romancing the Stone (1984)** - There is a scene in the jungle where Kathleen Turner's character ends up hanging upside down from a vine before being rescued by Michael Douglas's character. 5. **Jurassic Park III (2001)** - There is a scene where characters are hanging from a parachute caught in a tree in the jungle. Though not exactly upside down, they are in precarious positions above the ground. 6. **Apocalypto (2006)** - In this intense film, there are several jungle scenes where characters are in various forms of peril, including traps that can leave them hanging. These films offer exciting and sometimes dangerous jungle scenarios, often with characters finding themselves in precarious and unusual positions.

Answered by gpt-4o

May 27, 2024, 2:48 a.m.

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Published: Monday, May 27, 2024

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