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  • Alternate Character Interpretation: Did Maximillian abandon Dr. Reinhardt at the end, or did he just not have the ability to send the elevator back up? Either is possible for such a cold and murderous machine.
    • For that matter, Reinhardt mutters "protect me from Maximillian" at one point; he may just be trying to play the sympathy card on Kate, or Max may really be the one in charge.
  • Everybody Is Jesus in Purgatory: In the finale, we see Reinhardt merge with Maximilian in Hell and then we see a spirit heading for Heaven. Someone assumed that since Reinhardt had killed Frank McCrae for his own nefarious purposes, he's condemned to Hell in McCrae's place, and the spirit is actually McCrae's being redeemed..
  • Special Effect Failure: While most of the film still holds up today, the wires holding up V.I.N.CENT and the actors are often plainly visible.
  • Spiritual Successor/Spiritual Licensee: Not The Black Hole itself, but Event Horizon is considered by many to be the closest thing to a remake of this film.
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