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Being a "train baby", Yona has highly developed hearing ability. The director said in an interview that he felt the need to distinguish the people born on the train from those born on earth. Thus, the "train babies" perceive the noise of the train differently (it's natural to them). As these people were born in a dark environment, their sight is hindered, ...


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First episode of season two shows Claire looking at the news of Barnes' death. Her momentary pause and small hand gesture indicate that she has her own thoughts about the death, most likely concerning Frank's involvement. Does she discuss them with Frank? Unlikely. It reflects their mysterious relationship. She knows, he knows, but it isn't said explicitly. ...


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This happens in the episode Ozymandias. Jack left Walt alive and left him some money because of taking pity on him, but specifically because of Todd. I remember him saying something like this, in that episode right after Hank is killed My nephew here, respects you. So on Todd's request Jack left him alive and left him one barrel.


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The conversation between Skyler and Walter in Ozymandias about Hank goes like this: Walt is raving at Skyler, knowing full-well the police are listening: Walter: ..Tow the line, or you will wind up just like Hank. Skyler Walt. Tell me what happened. Where is Hank? Please. We need to know. Walter: You're never gonna see Hank again. He crossed ...


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This conversation took place on phone when Waly calls Skylar after Hank's death. I don't think Walt ever said that he killed Hank. If I correctly remember the exact dialogue he just said "You are neve going to see Hank again", after which everone bursts into tears, including Walt. Everyone knows that Hank was about to arrest Walt but Walt was still ...


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If this is about the phone call after he took Holly, the reason for the call was that he knew the police would be listening and he wanted to make them believe that Skyler was not a willing participant in any of his criminal activities. It was all fake, and she understood that. Some of the things he said were inconsistent with the facts Skyler already knew. ...


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My take was that at that point, Walt felt the only way he was going to keep his family together and potentially win back Skyler was to be 100% honest with her. He pretty much told her everything in the last season, except for a few minor details. Plus, Jesse was still alive and Jack had his cash, and he knew he had to come clean before she found out from ...


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He is enjoying the company of two ladies. Each receives Mr Wooduff's divided attention.


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It is something McAvoy came up with. I heard it in an interview during the time First Class was released: Q. How difficult is it to portray a lot of emotion just by rubbing your temple? James McAvoy: Well, I saw what everybody else was doing and they all got to do really cool ninja stuff. But I don’t really get to do anything. So, I thought I ...


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A saltine might be too specific of an answer. In fact, the cracker does appear to be rounded, and when he takes bites the cracker (I will concede it is, in fact, a cracker of some type) doesn't crumble or even break along the lines of any saltine I've ever had. Also, take a bite of a saltine and try to deliver a monologue such as the one he's delivering. ...


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I wondered that myself when watching it, but in fact it's actually explained right in X-Men: First Class. When Hank examines Raven's cells, he tells her that the same mutation making her transformable also slows her aging process: You got to see this. Your genes are extraordinary, you know that? Your cells age at half the rate of a normal human. When ...


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After carefully reviewing the clip, I would like to refute my esteemed colleague's apple hypothesis and offer incontrovertible proof as a professional snack sleuth that Quint is, in fact, munching on a saltine: Quint breaks this flat item as he bites into it and makes a gravelly grinding sound when he chews it. It's the perfect metaphor for a salty sailor ...


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I'm going to say, Possibly. Maybe not intentionally, but I think at that period in Bill Murray's career, when he was at the top of his game, most of his characters exhibited the same type of personality. His acting really was pretty one-dimensional, almost like Keanu Reeves. Murray was the lovable loser with the big ego, always ready with a funny quip. ...


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Vincent is a contract killer; he is killing them because he's paid to. He was hired by "drug lord Felix Reyes-Torrena", as the Wikipedia synopsis explains: FBI special agent Frank Pedrosa... identifies the targets as witnesses in a federal grand jury indicting Felix tomorrow. In retaliation, Felix has hired Vincent to kill all five key witnesses. ...


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How do you know what angels look like? I think the point of casting Tilda Swinton is because nobody can say with certainty that angels are considered male or female. Yes I know the scriptures portray them in certain ways, but nobody knows for certain. You could also argue why the director didn't cast a naked baby with tiny wings and curl hair as Gabriel. ...


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In addition to the previous answer, I'd like to point you to this: http://www.cracked.com/article_20347_5-fan-theories-that-make-classic-movies-even-better.html where it says: The pilot, she [Uma Thurman] says, was about a hit squad comprised of five women, called Fox Force Five, who go around killing people and telling bad jokes. It actually did sound ...


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In Constantine she is portrayed as sexless person, to represent androgynous in angels. Even confirmed over Wikipedia. Note: Angels in the Bible are mostly depicted as male (as he is). But whether they are male or female is never made clear and few believers think of them as sexless. And there are various debates being held on their sex again and again, few ...


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The portrayal of the angel Gabriel as androgynous is not uncommon. See Wikipedia Angels are described as pure spirits. The lack of a defined form allows artists wide latitude in depicting them. Amelia R. Brown draws comparisons in Byzantine iconography between portrayals of angels and the conventions used to depict court eunuchs. Mainly from the ...


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It looks like a young Stacey Dash to me.


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The ring probably symbolizes a simpler time for Frank. As we saw in his class reunion episode (Season 1 Episode 8), Frank was quite different and more idealistic back in school. He sang in a barbershop quartet, was in a loving relationship, and basically ran wild and rambunctious with his schoolmates. The fact that for the duration of his stay in his school ...


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The Barkeeper is on Bridget von Hammersmark's side. Although it is not clearly seen during the shooting frenzy that against whom he uses his gun. But if you closely analyze the other scenes it appears that he was definitely on Bridget's side. Here are the indications Scene where the men have just arived at the bar. Bridget is not so cautious of him when ...


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Ronan is the military commandar of the Kree's sectarian arm. The Kree, as a species, are made up of separate and autonomous divisions that function without accountability to each other. This is a deliberate and seemingly harmonious relationship, as the right hand cannot be held accountable for the actions of the left. The Kree's political/diplomatic wing ...


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I think I have proven Marla is not real, along with many other characters (including Bob). I made a whole site for it and will try to summarize some key points here, but I strongly advise you to visit the site for more details. Marla and Tyler Dress the Same One of the first clues that Marla is not real is her likeness to Tyler. [...] Tyler’s hair ...


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Insider reference to the comic books. In the Marvel universe Samuel Sterns was mutated by gamma radiation into The Leader.


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I agree with Dan. The scene is thematic in nature. But I would go further to say it is a summary of the theme of the story. It is about a man (Mike) who lies about his wife (like Jerry lies about the whereabouts of his own wife), lies about his income, (Mike pretending he's an engineer at Honeywell, Jerry is lying about his income on the loan he's ...



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