Movies

What is the name of the movie where a group of people are trapped in a snow globe and are trying to dig under the glass at the edge to get out?

131415

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2011-09-14 11:36:20
2011-09-14 11:36:20

if the movie is with Christina millian the the movie is called snowglobe.

1
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions

User Avatar

Yes but you will not see anything inside of the globe

User Avatar

If there is a visible "plug" (about the size of a pencil eraser) in the bottom, you can try to gently pry it out, and then flush the globe and add clean liquid. However, most glass globes have a large plug that fills the entire base, and once sealed, almost impossible to remove. Most people either live with the globe as is, or break the glass globe and replace the outer glass and liquid if the interior is discolored.

User Avatar

(not sure if serious, but here you are some possibilities:) a. because the globe was dropped, pulled to the ground by gravity and the structure of the glass globe was not as strong as the structure of the floor on to which it dropped. b. the snow globe may have had a high concentration of water in it (as opposed to a liquid less likely to freeze) and was exposed to extreme temperature. If you left the snow globe outside, or shipped it during the winter, the freezing liquid may have expanded to such a degree that the glass broke. c. something strong than the glass globe dropped on to the glass and broke it. d. the snow globe may have been exposed to high heat, which shattered the glass.

User Avatar

Three commonly used names are bulb, globe and glass envelope.

User Avatar

liathrรณid (ball) cruinnmheall (round mass; globe) an domhan (the earth, world) an chruinne (orb, globe; world) cruinneog (terrestial globe) gloine (lampa) glass (lamp)

User Avatar

Tube, bulb, envelope, globe.

User Avatar

Rich people sat at the top floors of the globe theatre, while the poor people sat in front of the stage of the globe theatre.

User Avatar

I am trying to figure that out too for my Science assignment :/

User Avatar

1500 people fit in the Globe Theater.

User Avatar

The glass bulb of a light bulb is known as the globe. It is made from a thin layer of glass to ensure light efficiency and still support the rest of the bulb.

User Avatar

There is a range of snow globe sizes and designs, but the most common is a 4" diameter glass globe, seated on a base that is no larger than 4.5" x 4.5". when placed together, the globe plus base is 7-8" tall.

User Avatar

the snowglobe can symbolize a meaning of things it could symbolize a child imagination with them being in their version of a perfect world, it could also mean being trapped in a perfect world that others have created for you where all of their expectations trap you in a cage of glass like a snowglobe

User Avatar

It depends what is broken, but if you mean the glass globe is broken, here are some options: You can check with the larger hobby stores in your area to see if they carry replacement globes the same size, or purchase an empty globe online. The opening is a critical measurement to be sure you get the same size glass. Carefully remove all broken glass using needlenose pliers or similar tool. You may wish to save the broken glass, put in a pieces of tightly woven cloth or pantihose, and rinse to save some of the snow bits or confetti if you wish to reuse. Rinse the interior of the snow globe to be sure no shards of glass are hiding, that will become visible later when you shake the globe. Holding upside down, or placing in a secure bowl or dish, fill the empty globe with liquid. (There are many types of snow globe liquid, too many to list here.) Add any confetti, sparkles or snow bits you want to replace. Put a bead of superglue along the edge of the snow globe base (not the glass) where you have cleaned out broken glass and glue. Then put a line of caulking (like for bathrooms), ideally clear, inside the base. Press the base into place on the liquid-filled globe, and let set. There are also 3 professional companies in U.S. who repair snow globes, but be prepared to pay more than the globe cost for difficult repairs, due to the handwork.

User Avatar

The Globe could hold up to 3000 people.

User Avatar

When it first opened the Globe theatre could hold about 3,000 people.

User Avatar

poor and rich people went to the Globe theatre.

User Avatar

People went to the Globe Theatre for the same reason people go to theatres now: to watch plays.

User Avatar

THe globe is round because the earth is round. The globe is suppose to be a similar verison of the earth but smaller in size to people can see it.

User Avatar

The Globe Theatre was used for acting out and making people watch plays.

User Avatar

Plastic domes that are broken or leaky are almost impossible to repair. The best option may be to break the design apart, and have the interior installed in a new dome or globe.Glass snow globes can be repaired by breaking the glass ball, removing the liquid and replacing the ball.If the snow globe is sentimental or has value to you, you can have it repaired by several companies. Expect to spend MORE than the snow globe was originally priced, as the handwork involved is considerable.Search "snow globe repair" on the web, or here are three businesses that do that type of snow globe repair. Snow Globe Central and Ferrara will also make custom snow globes on request:Snow Globe Centralwww.snowglobecentral.comwww.snowglobecentral.com/snow-globe-repair/Dick Heibel Snow Globe Repairwww.heibelgallery.com/snowgloberepair.htmlFerrara Studiossnowgloberepair.com

User Avatar

Cover Up - 1984 Who's Trying to Kill Miss Globe 1-17 was released on: USA: 9 March 1985

User Avatar

roughly around 1500 people would fit in the globe theatre including the groundlings.

User Avatar

When people used to go and watch perfomances in the Globe, the wealthy, or as you would say "the posh people" would sit on the seats in the theatre.

User Avatar

Not exactly sure, but you could fit 3000 people on the bottom part of the globe


Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.