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I think Vincent killed Marvin on purpose. If you look closely at the movie scene. When Vincent had the gun pointed at Marvin you can see his figure squeezing the trigger slowly.


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Check out this link to more about The Big Short (2015) Movie. “I feel if you do this movie like, say, ‘The Insider‘ — which I think is a great movie — you wouldn’t be doing this story justice,” McKay told Business Insider, referring to the more somber Russell Crowe film about a tobacco-industry whistleblower.


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In the bedroom scene with Evelyn Mulwray, she asks Gittis "What did you do when you worked on the police force?" He answered, "As little as possible." He repeated that line at the end of the movie; and Escobar responded "Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown."


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The film follows in the tradition of films such as Dr Strangelove By Stanley Kubrick. In a similar way there was a realisation that the subject matter is so dark, so frightening that the only way to present it is with a vein of dark humour, especially given the complicated financial elements. To quote the director Adam McKay "I feel if you do this ...


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Which would be worse: To live as a monster, or to die as a good man? Firstly it proves he is currently well and willing to be lobotomised, probably as a punishment for his crime. For this reason 'dying as a good man' does not mean he is being lobotomised when he is delusional, as he is fully aware of his crime and he would be lobotomised (die) as a monster....


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The film isn't a spoof (at least like the Naked Gun), but the pitch would have been something along the lines of Do a fifties B Flying Saucer movie in the present day For example, one of the most famous one's is this (with special effects by Ray Harryhausen no less): This famously had similar imagery of iconic buildings being destroyed: What ...


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There is a very interesting article about "Symbolic Meanings of Goats" present on whats-your-sign.com. Symbolic goat meaning can be hard to tackle because there are so many symbolic implications the goat has to offer. This is largely due to its long-term presence in human life/civilization. They also encourage independent adventures and ...


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Well, cinema is the mirror of the society. In real life, police always come only after the case is filed or they are informed. That is why film producers also follow this ideology in films. Many filmmakers uses this time gap to add melodrama where hero saves heroine and his family and her father gives her hand to hero or death of some important ...


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I always thought this was simple, Chinatown represents corruption, and it's not a racial thing, just a tough district where police tended to overlook existing corruption on their daily beat just to get along, and also to probably participate in corruption (payoffs). That's why Jake left the force with cynicism. The line is just the partner telling him to ...


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I REALLY ike the first comment I read here marked "14" SOOO,adding on: I just watched this movie with my mom for the first time tonight & had a few thoughts I want to share if that's alright... The classic, "permanent solution to a temporary problem," is, in this great film, illustrated so beautifully...especially with the facts that we now know about ...


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A little history may have contributed to one decision. A Norwich Terrier won the 1994 Westminster Dog Show, and a documentary film maker, Leandra Little, followed it all the way. I believe, however, that the dogs' owners drove the bulk of the casting decisions. The breeds were picked to complement the characters. For instance, Rhapsody in White, was owned ...


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Because these dog breeds are easy to train. Like on this page you can see which breeds are easy to train and why. click me or this link


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The lined, octogonal part of the logo is influenced by ancient Chinese designs. From Lostpedia: Each interior image pretty directly matches up to the Station or profession it represents. For example: The Swan logo is of a swan. The Staff logo is of the medically-relevant Caduceus. The Looking Glass logo is of a white rabbit, a reference to ...


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I think he did it both for himself and for his family, and as time went on it became more for himself as he saw he was getting respect from drug lords than he wasn't getting from his family or students. He also loved the thrill of the dangerous situations. For example, sex in that car earlier in the series was "so damn good" because it was illegal. ...


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A different angle would probably have revealed that the two had met before at the Discount Inn. I think Teddy just didn't want him to know this because it would have hindered possible future manipulations of Lenny.


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Absolutely love this scene in this movie and played in over so many times but was always unsure on exactly what McCall was trying get across to Teddy with that story. So I Goggle searched and came here and read everyone’s comments and then watched that scene again twice… and now I get it. Before McCall tells the story Teddy asks him, “When you look at me… ...


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Ok.I'm sure that my theory not is correct but this is how I think it is.I've actually got two theory's." Barry goes back in time few seconds before the second one does and convinces him to go to his timeline and they do go.In Season 2 finale we saw time remnant dying and cause of that his whole timeline is gone too,basically like it never happened. Barry ...


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I think I figured it out; remember in season 3 when we first meet bob. Sasha said to Bob "Bob we don't know if you're a team player or not? Then she said "Daryl found you al alone. Maybe Glenn went with him, and it was a scene from past when Daryl finds bob before the rest of us met him in season 3.


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It could be that he's tired of proving to them that he's the devil. He tried till the 4th episode to prove to decker when she actually saw the reflection of his eyes. But instead he discovered his vulnerability. Decker doesn't want to believe and besides she's very interesting as she seems to be immune to lucifer's charms which leaves us with the question of ...


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According to an interview in Week in Weird it was (director) James Wan and the real-life Lorraine Warren's idea: While the name of the demon had been decided upon early on in the process, Wan still hadn’t settled upon the actual design of the demon until the 11th hour. While speaking to Lorraine in passing one day, she mentioned that she had once ...


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The theory, that the hat is a man's dignity is pretty damn good. Throughout the movie, as said, several times he loses his hat, it gets thrown awy or knocked off his head. With the dream about his hat, how the woman goes on a totally different route, on saying the hat changed into something else, more bautiful. Tommy responds: "Naah, it stayed a hat, nothing ...


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I am quite certain it is just her legs. She "walked like a man1" which would most like cause her to walk different. The fact that she is seen in a skirt throughout most of the movie just accentuates her legs. There doesn't appear to be a lot of special make-up effects, other than basic make-up, costumes, and the like. This is just a man that got put into a ...


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TL;DR No Bellatrix screamed: the spell had knocked her off her feet, but she did not writhe and shriek with pain as Neville had – she was already back on her feet, breathless, no longer laughing. ‘Your dear old mate Voldemort knows it’s gone! He’s not going to be happy with you, is he?’ ‘What? What do you mean?’ she cried, and for the first ...


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Fight Club is a very complex film that has a lot of references and interpretations, so the physical pain may have various meanings in different scenes or contexts. That said my opinion is the physical pain means the only thing that is real for the main character, therefore is the only thing of value in his meaningless and materialist life. When he feels pain ...


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Devi is everything that Max is not--lively, emotional, sexual. Her vivaciousness and kind nature serve as a painful reminder to the warmth and pleasures of the real world that Max has barricaded himself from.


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Carl can't get food easily in Paradise Falls I'll counter that argument with another question: if food isn't readily available, how did Charles Muntz survive for so long with his 100+ dogs? That's a lot of mouths to feed. I don't think you should apply logic from our physical world to the world of Up or else you'll find a ton of other problems with the ...


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Instead of looking at the significance of just the green airdancer, let's look at the entire scene with the airdancer. We get a very lively microcosm of LA: the morning mist at dawn, sprinklers watering a golf course, people exercising at a park, a bright ferris wheel with neon lights, and airdancers making chaotic movements. What all these scenes have in ...


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See lemme get this straight future doesn't depend on past timeline it depend on present timeline. So if u bring someone from past timeline and kill him it doesn't matter because that timeline is over and its the present timeline that all matters. So bringing some from past is time remnant.



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