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Not to get explicit, but when a guy is on top of a girl he will usually put his weight on his elbows or hands so he's not crushing the girl. If the girl has longer hair, his elbows/hands may be on her hair, and his weight would cause him to sink into the mattress a bit, pulling on her hair. That's what he means, and in that sense the Chinese translation is ...


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I haven't seen the film so I don't really know the context for the scene: But it sounds like he's talking about how uncomfortable dating is and how awkward sex can be. As a woman ...


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I think both have different meanings. son of a gun Means a tough guy. Example: In the movie The Avengers when Iron-Man guides the missile into the portal, loses consciousness and the portal was about to close, he comes back to earth falling. At this time, Cap says "Son of a gun.", meaning Iron-Man is a tough guy (Can be interpreted in many other ways but ...


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The doctor asks if Marcus could stay with them and Will jokingly asks Suzie "my place or yours?". Now that's a line you'd rather ask a date you're going to hook up with and Will says that exactly as a joke to Suzie, playing with that meaning, who afterall was his date before the tragic events unfolded. But soon enough, and with the help of Suzie's confused ...


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Yes, he meant the actual place. Zach wanted to get somewhere far away and this is the most remote place he could think of. It's also an amusing line because he's being desperate and naive: I think we need to get far away from here where the zombies can't get to us. [...] Machu Picchu. It's remote and safe. Look, I've got a map. I think if we take side ...


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Sarcasm, or irony. Either way, it was meant for comic relief. Like, "Can you tell me anything worse than what you've already told me?" Same goes for using the nickname "Sunshine". It's meant as irony/sarcasm. Reminds me of a friend I had in high school who was chronically depressed. Kinda like Eyeore from Winnie The Pooh. Kids, being the cruel ...


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"The Judge" is nothing more than a really large drill bit. There's no real reason I could figure out as to how it got that name, but that's what they unpack and put on the end of the rig.


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I have to say I'm not fully sure if he has said it in every movie that he could (ratings allowing), but to the comments I think it is written in combined with a lot of ad-libbing. He said in an interview one time that he had/has a stutter problem from when he was younger and saying m*****f***** helped him talk more fluid and straight


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He definitely didn't say it in the "Star Wars" movies. I'm pretty sure he didn't say it in "A Time to Kill" either.


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Actually, it appears to say 李四, not 木子四 as commentators above have said. (the 木 and 子 are connected at the bottom and top, respectively). 李四, pronounced Li Si, means "John Doe", or "Anonymous". It's part of a idiom that goes 張三, 李四, 王五 . Kind of like English's "Tom, Dick and Harry". 張, 李, 王 (Chang/Zhang, Li/Lee, and Wang/Wong) are three very common ...


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He doesn't really die!!!! Why does he bleed down his arm when he is shot in the side? Because he cut himself, as a symbol of cutting ties with his brother....you were all duped. A man shot in the kidneys would be able to jump up like he did..no he put a little real blood around his hand to make sure his brother thought he was dead...because he knew that his ...


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In this particular instance, I do not believe the line spoken by Starlord to the Guardians of the Galaxy at the end of the movie was in reference to anything, it seems, more than anything, to be setting itself up for there being a second Guardian's of the Galaxy movie: What should we do next? Something good? Something bad? A bit of both? Roll Credits ...


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I've never thought the tone in that scene was disapproving so much as it is knowing. Both teachers have had interesting interactions with Donnie, and they both know something is up with that kid. I've wondered if they each suspected that Donnie was involved in the vandalism at the school earlier in the film, but that's reading a lot into a scene with only ...


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Kyle felt the enemy were savages, and in that war it was hard to tell who was and wasn't your enemy. I'm 99.9% positive if you asked anyone who has fought in a war, they'll tell you that they felt their enemy were savages. You can't step into a warzone and not feel hatred towards your enemy, otherwise you'll hesitate pulling the trigger and some of your ...



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