Well, I’m sure you’re aware that to achieve complete accuracy, the moon landing footage was faked on the moon. Of course, it wasn’t cheap to build a giant rocket and lander, but nothing beats having your film set on location. Same principle here, I’m sure.
Oh Stranger, I expected better from you. Surely you knew that that massive whooshing sound was not purely from SpaceX’s very real and wholly legitimate booster system!
Poe’s Law applies here people.
It’s like the tale of The Buffoon and the Countryman: People are so used to seeing explosions in movies (generated by Hollywood special effects) that when they see an explosion that doesn’t look like what they’re used to, they assume that it must be faked.