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It is implied that the main hero is the Fizzle bomber but I think he couldn't have done the big bombing in 1975. When he killed himself, it was before the bombing happened. He told his older self that "his next bomb is going to kill thousands of innocent lives" and that he couldn't allow it. And then he shot him, before the bomb was even there. Am I ...


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Wow, insane film this was. Here's a timeline diagram to help explain the events of the movie, looks like yes, he does eventually become the Fizzle bomber!


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As you correctly state, Mia's grandfather tells her she has his permission to move on from this life if that's what she wants. Initially, that seems to make her decision for her, as she decides to die so she can join the rest of her now-dead family on the other side. However, three important things then happen. Firstly, we see a flashback of Mia ...


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I admit it's not a perfect answer, but since nobody else bothered, I'll give it a shot. The simple answer is that the ending is ambiguous. We don't see what Hei is pointing at or what happens after the film cuts to black, only hear a car crash. But here's the best theory I can come up with. In the beginning, Rainie says that according to her mystical book, ...


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I don't think it's likely that any member of the Community left the sled there. Unfortunately, there's no evidence within the film to suggest who might have left it or why. For a clue as to what's happening, and why that scene seems to not fit, I'll have to share a semi-spoiler from the end of the book: The movie throws that ambiguity out the window ...


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Question 1: There were effectively two possible choices throughout the film - Plan A and Plan B. The former involved Dr. Brand solving an advanced equation which would allow human beings to truly harness gravity. Doing this would allow NASA to launch a space station, complete with everyone on Earth, into space. The latter was relevant if Dr. Brand ...


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Cooper station is enroute to the worm hole. It just happened to be there (rather conveniently) when Cooper was ejected from the Tesseract. The worm hole is not closed. That would defeat the whole purpose of the voyage (not to mention the Movie) See 2.


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At first I was thrown by the ending, and didn't find it satisfying. I thought about it for two whole days, and then concluded that it could not have ended in any other way. It is clear throughout the film that Charlie is questioning the ways of his brother Arthur, and ultimately decides that the wayward life of the bushranger is what led Mikey to be killed. ...



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