TIE fighters are fictional starfighters in the Star Wars universe. Propelled by twin
ion engines (hence the TIE acronym), TIE fighters are fast, fragile starfighters
produced by Sienar Fleet Systems...
its been niggling me latley , movies that are set in somewhere dry , clearly filmed
in hollywood but the streets are always wet at first i thought it ...
Aug 27, 2006 ... You know that shiny wet look. I think that it really boils down to wanting make the
film or tv show look better. In my opinion, I think it is so cliched ...
Apr 22, 2015 ... Answer 2: The roads are never wet in movies. You're just ... Blood that needs
hosed off the pavement before the next shot can begin. Explains a ...
Feb 12, 2011 ... Best Answer: You've got the right answer. It makes the streets look better on film.
There is more reflection of light off of wet pavement, more ...
Mar 3, 2011 ... The Best Summer Vacations in Movies. TV .... Why is the driveway always wet? ...
Several times it actually rained and it was legitimately wet.
you're making that kind of film), and easier to light artificially when the .... movies
and half the movies I seen in my life is that why are roads or grounds are wet ...
the lights reflect in the street and pavements: the shop lights, the street lights, the
May 19, 2015 ... It's a question that stumps fans of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" every
Nov 26, 2013 ... You may have noticed that many night scenes in Hollywood movies feature wet
pavement, making them look as if it has just rained. This is often ...
Jul 17, 2005 ... In almost every movie I've ever seen, if it's nighttime, and on a street or parking lot
, ... If you notice, the pavement is always wet in that context.