"Bad" Physics in movies. OK, so, I have to do something for my physics class involving disproving the physics of something that happens in a movie. I have come up with several ideas to make this work, including scenes from: * Transporter 2 (A man jumps out a window about 3 stories high, catching two vials in the air which were thrown out the window before he jumped) * V for Vendetta (A man throws two small throwing knives a distance of about 9-10 meters, which hit (inelastic collision) two other men, knocking them backwards a distance of 1-2 meters). My problem is measurements. We need to prove this mathematically. Both scenes are in "slow motion", so i can only prove the speed of the objects relative to "slow motion" seconds--i am not sure if the clips are at half speed or possibly even slower. Also, in the first clip, There is not really all that much to "prove" outside of the fact that two objects which are thrown with no "y" component of velocity out the window will move downard at the same rate, and that a man could not "catch up" to objects moving at the same rate that he is. Again, in both cases, time is in slow motion. My question is, can you think of any way to prove either of these, or do you have any suggestions as to other movies to look into? we have covered topics like: projectile motion, forces, collisions, and general calculus-based physics (mechanics). Thanks in advance.