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The "Judge" is a large, high-tech drill bit with multiple spinning parts. Interestingly, in the original script they were going to call it "The Terminator". I would assume that this ran into a rights issue. HARRY: Go to the Terminator. Chick grabs Harry's mysterious METAL CASE. Harry pops open the metal case, revealing THE TERMINATOR, a super ...


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It is nothing but just a phrase used by him to express his Mood! like we use to say some thing while lifting heavy weights, or while doing some serious work just to elevate the mood. it doesn't have any particular meaning!


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"Nana" is the arabic word for mint.


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Quoting directly from Wikipedia, Nana is the type of mint typically used in mint tea in the Greater Maghreb region. The cultivar spearmint (Mentha spicata) Nana, possesses a clear, pungent, but mild aroma, and is the mint that is traditionally used in Maghrebi mint tea. Other hybrids and cultivars of Mentha, including Yerba buena, are occasionally ...


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In Indian languages this is just a kind of exclamation. And it is very common in Tamil movies to give the lead characters some kind of phrase, you will find out more examples if you watch more Hindi or Tamil movies. "dan.. dan.. danaka" is an expression that resembles the beating of drum, which usually implies to do something with enthusiasm or alike, the ...


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In the original Ramayana, Ravana is said to have 10 heads. 10 heads mean 10 brains, and that further means the possibility of having 10 different thoughts simultaneously. In the movie, the character Veera is portrayed like Ravana, which is also the movie's name. Quite often when he thinks about something or tries to arrive at a decision, his 10 brains start ...


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I have seen Raavanan in Hindi. I believe dan dan dan danaka means banging of drums. When we are in the temple there are drums playing during ceremonies. In Hindi sound of Danka is Dan Dan.. A similar phrase in Hindi is DANKA BAJANA (literal meaning is play the drum), in English the phrase means "to be celebrated/renowned/proclaimed" (ref: ...


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As part of their monastic-like rules, the Night's Watch owe no king or noble any allegiance, and that goes for the Targaryens as well. It was this disconnect from the politics of the realm that lead Maester Aemon to join the Night's Watch. He knew that if he did not remove himself from the succession he would become a tool in the hands of those who would ...


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Even though swearing the oath of the Night's Watch means a resignation from all titles, land ownership and inheritance rights it doesn't make a black brother an anonymous person. Members from noble houses still use their family names and are de facto still nobles. The situation is a bit more complicated with maesters: Maesters are expected to eschew ...


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It is a Shakespeare play, he's doing Richard III (he's also dressed like him). The line he's reading is from act IV, scene IV in the play: If I did take the kingdom from your sons, to make amends, I'll give it to your daughter. As for "the man", it's unclear; bear in mind that he's going nuts. He's looking and pointing up when he says that, so it's ...


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I believe that is the result of her not knowing Cantonese/Mandarin very well, although she does know Japanese very well, as she explains on her first meeting with Pai Mei. Your Mandarin is lousy. It causes my ears discomfort. ... you understand Cantonese? I speak Japanese very well... I didn't ask if you speak Japanese... I ...


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Even though this was answered a while ago, here is more-or-less the same, but visualised. Imagine two-dimensional beings. They live in 2D space, which we usually call a plane. There are infinitely many planes and some are parallel, i.e., they do not intersect. If you pick two of these, there is a space between those two planes (2D spaces), incomprehensible ...


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She says "Point killer" at 1:05:02


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The answer plays into itself in two ways: In the film Cast Away, Tom Hanks' character finds a Wilson brand volleyball in the wreckage and, after giving it a face in the bloody palm print he leaves on the ball, he proceeds to treat the ball as his friend during his stay on the island. Given Ollie was a castaway on an island himself, he's simply using this ...


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I think it's more symbolic than anything, really. Malvo represents evil, and most people that had encounters with him describe him as being intimidating and malevolent. Gus's neighbor can just recognize that Lorne is a really really bad man. The same way Molly's father sees through everything that Lorne says, and becomes suspicious of him almost ...


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He says "Witness me." its a mythology thing. The warboys are trained that if they are witnessed by their brothers doing awesome things, they'll ride forever in the halls of valhalla. The kicker with this one is that he's not shouting it, he's whispering it, and he's doing so at Capable. which is huge. because it means he's trusting her to basically witness ...


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In Wicca, it is common to draw a protective circle on the ground inside which to conduct some ritual. The purpose is to prevent the distractions of the outside world from breaking the concentration of those within. Although I don't believe the film is suggesting that any sort of magic is being practised, the circle of protection is used as a metaphor for ...



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