A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Process of giving details about a movie so that the community can identify it. Please try to give as much information as possible, from important plot points, over descriptions of characters and setti…
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Seeking to understand a story plot better, or to clear up confusion about certain aspects or plot points.
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Typically questions about a specific character in a movie/tv show.
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Understanding the underlying concepts and themes behind the film/TV-show and its different interpretations. Not to be used for direct plot discussions.
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Process of giving details about a television show so that the community can identify it. Process of giving details about a movie so that the community can identify it. Please try to give as much infor…
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An intense feeling of fear, shock, or disgust.
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A broad genre of fiction and movies exploring imaginary but non-supernatural ideas. To be used on ID-questions or questions pertaining to the genre of science-fiction in general, not for questions abo…
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Questions related to specific pieces of a work's spoken word.
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For questions about the AMC TV show Breaking Bad, its plot, characters or other references
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Questions about styles used through films and shows.
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for questions that are related to the fictional universe in which all films and TV shows independently produced by Marvel Studios take place.
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HBO TV series based on George R R Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" books.
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For questions related to the process of producing a film and TV show.
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Questions regarding a particular section of a film or TV show.
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Movies or shows that consist entirely of either hand drawn or computer drawn/generated content.
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The concluding/final part of a movie/tv show.
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The general attempt to depict things accurately in film/tv shows.
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Questions related to sound and music recorded for a motion picture or television show.
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A genre of film in which the main emphasis is on humor.
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A British series of spy films based on the character of James Bond "007", created by Ian Fleming. Use this tag when asking questions specifically about the franchise or characters within the franchise…
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A genre of film/tv that uses suspense, tension, and excitement as the main elements.
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Which was the first movie/show to use a certain characteristic or technique?
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The third and final film of the Dark Knight Trilogy created by Christopher Nolan.
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A BBC TV series of feature length episodes updating classic Sherlock Holmes stories to a modern day setting.
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2014 American science fiction movie directed by Christopher Nolan about a crew of astronauts searching a new home for a dying human society.
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Questions concerning the cast of a film or show.
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A TV/film genre that depends mostly on in-depth development of realistic characters dealing with emotional themes.
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A fictional character comic book superhero (created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger) who fights crime in Gotham City.
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A mention, allusion, citation, or homage to other works.
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Inanimate objects used in film or tv productions to propel the storyline or that help to define a character by association.
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Questions regarding the relationship of a story going from book format to movie format.
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Tv/film genre noted for use of physical force by majority of characters against one another to advance plot points.
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Artificial visual or mechanical effects introduced into a movie or television show.
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Questions or analysis related to the meaning of a Movie/TV-show name. Not to be used on identification questions.
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An epic space opera film series created by George Lucas. Use this tag when asking questions about Star Wars. If you're asking about a particular movie, also tag the question with the tag for that movi…
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Movies/television about the epic work of J.R.R. Tolkien. Usually refers to award-winning trilogy by Peter Jackson.