"You'll have to go on without me," Captain Scott said, as the cold Antarctic wind blew. "The invisible hand of the author is going to kill one of us, and I will bravely sacrifice myself so you may live."
Cecil Meares shook his head. "No, we've made it so far! I'll drag you to the South Pole if I have to!"
Scott fended off Meares' attempts to pull him. "You'll kill us both." He pointed in the distance, "See that?"
Meares shielded his eyes from the snow. He could see a small speck of something golden in the midst of the white landscape. "What is it?"
"It's the pyramid of Giza. If you can make it there, you can warm up, and then return to the trek to the pole."
Meares was puzzled. "Isn't the pyramid on a completely different continent?"
"What are you?" Scott asked. "Some kind of science nerd?"
There's one scene I was wondering about. When Sandra Bullock's character is holding onto George Clooney's character, his momentum seems stopped, but he's pulling her away? I'm sure I missed something that explains this.
What happens is she's grabbing the tethers and he comes with momentum. His momentum pulls her. They're moving together. There's a wide shot that shows they keep moving and you can see the background keeps on moving. What happens is, if he lets go, his force stops and the force of the tether takes over.
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