The Bellinghman (bellinghman) wrote,
The Bellinghman

On Transformers

We're used to films producing egregious errors in matters historical and geographical, but there's a fine example in Transformers. At one point, we apparently encounter a border post between Egypt and Jordan.

What exactly happened to the city of Eilat? I'll admit, the distance between Egypt and Jordan is a lot less than I thought it was, what with Jordan actually having an outlet onto the Red Sea, but there are a few miles of Israel between them.

(We'll ignore the physical distance between Petra and Giza, shall we? Oh, and the historical distance, too.)

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