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It's actually entirely CGI minus the end credits! And the cast is phenomenal! I was worried about the storyline when I first saw the posters, but it's such a great movie. I probably couldn't discuss it for 12 hours, but that's me.

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It is prohibited to use anything that covers/plugs your ears such as headphones, earbuds, and earplugs in most states. Drivers need to communicate to one another not only by sight but by sound especially in emergency cases.

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#38 I take offense to that. I am deaf and so are my aunt and uncle. we all drive. I even drive a stick better than most guys I know so I suggest you have more respect and do your research. it is actually very easy for us to drive we just have to pay more attention to things around us. And added bonus, no distraction from 6 screaming kids

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I don't think he was saying that deaf people can't drive stick shift, just that it's odd that one law implies hearing is necessary to drive safely while another contradicts that. But hey, it's the future. Who am I to tell you what to and not to be offended by.

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Why would it be illegal for deaf people to drive? In most cases, they were born deaf and can function just fine, if not better, than people who can hear. I have a deaf friend and she is definately a hell of a lot better driver than a lot of people who can hear. They pay better attention to the roads. Are they not allowed to go to the movies because they can't hear what's going on?

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Read #47s response. It's a legitimate question. I'm sure there's a simple response from someone who knows the law. There's no need to rail against the person asking the question. I don't think any slight against deaf people was intended. It was simply a point about how contradictory some laws can be.

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54 It's illegal to discriminate against someone on the basis of diability, so that's my nest guess. Despite the dact it'd be better if they could here, you can't deny a person a license solely on the basis of deafness.

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That's fine. We're not really talking about discrimination. So the point would be, if hearing is not required for driving (legally), why is there a prohibition against wearing headphones/earbuds while driving?

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