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Katniss was talking about her nightmares. Spoilers for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 follow below. Just before the line in question, her baby wakes up crying, which Katniss assumes to be thanks to a nightmare. I can't remember the exact dialogue, but Katniss starts to talk about the fact that she has nightmares too, and that a good way to get rid ...
I'm going to take a stab at this even though its been a long time since I've seen any of these movies. First of all, Rob and Barry are two pop culture snobs geeks who pride themselves on being able to come up with the perfect playlist for any situation or topic. As such it is very likely that they are familiar with the fan debate over the topic of how Evil ...
The film script indicates that it's Latin ODO, still eating his apple, sees: a LATIN PHRASE CUT DEEP INTO A BLACKENED BEAM (or painted, like a frieze, onto the plaster). He points with the sword. That being the case, the translation would be Nemo vir est qui mundum non reddat meliorem
Although it certainly matches the high-rhetoric in which Assange is so fond of writing, I've come to the conclusion that this line was an invention of the screenwriter, not least because Assange has spoken extensively about how one can change the world (in this case by understanding history and rejecting the conclusions) without ever mentioning "committment" ...
The film transcript suggests not. CINDERELLA: Easy! Easy! Whoa! Whoa! Easy, boy! Come on, boy, slow down! PRINCE: Miss! Miss! Are you all right? Hold on! CINDERELLA: I'm all right, thank you! And having listened to the scene multiple times, there doesn't appear to be a swear, just Cinderella grunting "huh". That's not to say that there ...
He doesn't appear to be giving him a latitude and longitude, he appears to be giving him a grid reference on the aviator's emergency map that he's holding. Since we can assume that the map is at least minimally encoded, without the map in front of us it would be impossible to determine what real-world location the address related to.
The character is Superintendent Duff, portrayed by William Foster-Davis. He is described in the James Bond Wikia as... ...an army general residing in Jamaica working for the Jamaican government. A colleague of Pleydell Smith, he aids James Bond in his investigation of Doctor No.
Doug is trying to prove a point to Brian that the girl (Coral) Brian is currently dating is no good for him. Throughout the movie, Doug and Brian are constantly trying to out-do and out-wit one another. This friendly hoop shooting game was just one example of Doug out-witting Brian. Doug was very confident that he was annoying Brian enough that when Brian ...
The line is; "...Won't be long", before walking out onto the terrace/rooftop.
Not a dubbed movie but a TV show. In LOST, Danielle Rousseau is the French woman in the original version but in the French version she's the German woman. Sources: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saison_1_de_Lost_:_Les_Disparus http://fr.lostpedia.wikia.com/wiki/Danielle_Rousseau
If a movie is made in German/French language and the dubbed version would be in, say, English, almost every spoken line will be in English. My experience from watching over 1K movies is that even if someone coughs in a movie, the coughing will be also be dubbed by the dubber. But if a movie is primarily in English and there are some spoken parts in ...
Megamind (link) has one of its taglines as Heroes aren't born... they're made. Given how Megamind flips the hero/villain archetype upside down, is it possible you're referring to this catchphrase? Edit It was also on posters (link) for the movie.
There is a similar quote from Iron Man 3 that might be of interest. 'We create our own demons.' [first lines] Tony Stark: [Narrates] A famous man once said, 'We create our own demons.' Who said that? What does that even mean? Doesn't matter. I said it 'cause he said it. So now, he was famous and that basically getting said by two well-known ...
He's referring to "new regs," as in Army regulations. Specifically, Will Smith's facial hair, which under current military regs, is not allowed unless you have a shaving waiver. I think this line was written into the movie to explain Will Smith's facial hair, which was easier than waiting for it to grow out for the later sequences (possible due to Will ...
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