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Like another of Brad Bird's films, Tomorrowland, The Incredibles is a very objectivist film. Without getting bogged down in the details, objectivism is a philosophy that states people have no ethical or moral responsibilities to help anyone other than themselves, and that exceptional people shouldn't be held back by normal people. It isn't hard to see how ...


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Yes. And Yes. The Joker has been characterized as psychopathic/sociopathic paramour to Harley Quinn in many mediums. Different shows have different takes on the relationship, from actual love to purely psychopathic control. As the Joker is the epitome of an unreliable narrator, nothing he says can be taken at face value. As he says regarding how he became ...


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In-universe, there was never an explanation. In fact, it was a plot point that House was driven rather crazy trying to figure out "what he missed". He was sure there must have been signs that Kutner was planning on committing suicide and he just didn't see them. This led to issues with his sobriety, etc. Out on universe, there's a much easier answer. The ...


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UPDATE: This might only be from the Ultimate Edition, not the Theatrical Cut No, Wallace did not know that Lex embedded a bomb in his wheel chair. If you remember from the movie, after the bomb in the wheel chair happened.. police and Lois went and inspected Wallace's home and Lois noticed that his refrigerator was full of fresh groceries and the ...


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I always saw this as a part of Rust's detached, analytical behavior. He's checking his pulse to get an objective idea of himself and the state he's in. For instance, for the first scene mentioned (altercation with Marty), I can imagine a few different interpretations: Rust is willing himself to calm down. Though he didn't show it (at all), the ...


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He is Steppenwolf He is uncle of Darkseid and Darkseid is a major DC comics villain and he was hinted many times in the film. (Already answered about this hints in another question) As per reports from comicbook.com Justice League executive producer Deborah Snyder confirmed to Comicbook.com and other members of the press on Friday that Steppenwolf ...


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First, a bit about insanity. Currently insanity is not a term used by the medical profession. It is used by people in general to refer to mental illnesses that are no longer grouped as a single condition by medical professionals. There is also a legal definition of insanity. On IMDB I count 65 feature films or made for TV movies with Jack Nicholson in them. ...


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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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Visions and prophecies in Game of Thrones so far have a tendency of playing out, and there is some crossover in Bran's visions to those that Daenerys has in the house of the undying. Bran saw the past, the present and the future in all of his vision sequences: S04E02 - The Lion and the Rose S06E06 - Blood of my Blood And Dany had, what seemed at the ...


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According to the press release for the second episode of season five, “Luck of the Drawing”: Jackie, overwhelmed by the day, downloads to the only person who will understand. She calls Charlie Cruz’s voicemail. There is also a pay-off later in the season, in the fifth episode, "Good Thing": Later that night, Jackie and Frank skip the fancy ...


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What I took from the film is that she realized it had upset the BFG when he saw it. His response to seeing her wear it, "Where'd you get...", after he just dumped out a pile of clothes for her, was odd. Since she was likely still in need of a coat, but didn't want to upset him, she turned it inside out.


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C is an appropriate initial as Bond thinks of him as a C*nt (a slang word for a part of the female reproductive anatomy, and one of the few words you would have trouble saying on British TV). It tends to be referred to as the "C word" so by calling him C he's using typical British understatement to be very rude to a man he intensely dislikes So as you ...


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The official answer is, there is no official answer. The biological relationship between Sulu and his daughter Demora is not specifically mentioned in either old or new timeline (although it is addressed in the non-canon old-timeline novel The Captain's Daughter as the result of a one-night-stand)


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as per below mentioned Emotional scenes we have to admit even Cameron is a robot but she had crush on john & john had Crush on Cameron. down deep they love each other but never tell that to each other.


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Yes, Bran did see the future in that scene in S06E06 But it seems more like a hint for viewers towards what's going to happen and what already happened. Like a way to give flashbacks and flashforwards. We did see him kind of changing the past, but his control seems a bit vague for now. So we can't be sure if he can ...


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Medivh was not poisoned, but he is overpowered by Fel Energy as he couldn't control that energy.


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Wanda is restrained in a straitjacket, a shock collar, and is almost certainly heavily drugged. The shock collar is likely triggered by detecting neural activity as well as physical; the drugs limit her to basic mental functions and were the drugs to become ineffective, the collar could automatically activate. Wanda IMHO likely does posess Chaos Magic (...


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One thing that was cut from the film was Yitzhak wanting to do drag but Hedwig stopping him, which would better explain the wig and Yitzhak's transformation. However, the main takeaway from this moment is Hedwig freeing herself from the need of external validations or "definitions" of who she is. This is the reason for removing the feminine clothes and the ...



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