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That's exactly what she said "It's how the wealthy Purge, baby. They buy poor and sick people, and they take them in their homes and they kill them where they're safe." And She meant that those rich people buy poor people so they can kill without the risk of going outside their homes (safe for the rich people).
Kama is a japanese weapon, and the term Kamacrazy was used on Urban Dictionary in 2011 to describe "Crazy to the extent that you'd practically go running out in tribal-wear swinging a kama (sickle) at civilians, not because you are an overall angry person but just for the simple fact that you've probably been bored to the point where your sanity has been ...
I believe cde is right more or less, but she was going to say something like "Superman will never let you do this."
The scene seems pretty much self explanatory. Lex is a typical egotistical villain, who believes himself to be smarter than everybody. Including Superman. And he wants nothing more than to gloat over it. He wanted Lois to say Superman will stop you just so he can explain to her how wrong (he thinks) she is. The very next thing he does after yelling WRONG is ...
There is nothing specific about the words. They are just a trigger phrase/word to get Hulk's attention, like "en guard" or "Avengers Assemble". Whedon said: What about the words she says? “Hey there, big guy. The sun’s gettin’ real low.” I actually added that later in the game, I think something basically to get his attention and to have a phrase that ...
As we clearly see in the movie it just took seconds for Cutter to find Borden's transportation magic. I think, though Angier kept Cutter out of the back stage, he was managing the things left by him. So he could have easily found the trick behind the magic which was real science. It's the curiosity of a magician.
Jack's comment is about the fact that his father has lived to be an "Old Pirate" you will notice several times through the series that pirates don't generally live long enough to enjoy the fruits of their ill-gotten gains, which Captain Teague has done. Captain Teague's comment is a bit more cryptic. He is revealing a crack in his swagger here. He admits ...
I don't think you will find an explanation that is based on facts. The speculation that makes some sense and has some logic behind it is that: kamakrazee= kamikaze + crazy. It's not uncommon for people to come up with new words (selfie, bae...). Try not to overthink movies...
Although this exact quote may have been first said in the dark knight many men have addressed the philosophy of the corruption of a good man's soul. "He who fights monsters should see to it that he himself does not become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you." -Frederick Nietzsche.
There are a few resources around about the constructed language Kilikili (or Kiliki), according to the article 5 Sentences And Their Translations In Kiliki, The Fictitious Language Used In 'Baahubali', the language has over 750 words and over 40 grammar rules. This language was based on an earlier language (Cliq) the author did as a thought exercise of ...
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