New answers tagged

0

A twist ending is a twist ending. Just because it happens ten seconds before the film ends instead of 10 minutes doesn't make it a special type. Otherwise these are already just a subset of a Plot Twist. That said, there are two TV Tropes that may cover it. http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheEndingChangesEverything The Ending Changes Everything, ...


0

The Wikia has the answer: Q:' Did Sarah Connor actually go through the portal? If not, why did Sarah Connor choose to leave her son behind, and whose voice was the one saying "I love you too, John" at the very end? A: It is possible that Sarah jumped to the future after John and Weaver. It is also possible that John Connor returned through the ...


0

To me, the message of the film is that we are destined to have people in our lives that make us experience human nature. In this universe in the movie where you have the ability to simply erase someone from your memory, a play on the desires of many a heartbroken lover in reality, this erasure doesn't actually do anyone any good. There are just some people ...


0

I have watched and read everything I have could on this disaster, and have been obsessed with it. It is an amazing and tragic story, both for all the unfortunate deaths, but the amazing stories of survival, in particular Beck Weathers. That was one tough and resilient dude. As far as "Doug's fault" - if anything that decision is Rob's fault. It is well ...


3

According to The Littlest Hobo on Wikipedia: All three productions revolved around a stray German Shepherd, the titular Hobo, who wanders from town to town, helping people in need. Although the concept (of a dog saving the day) was perhaps similar to that of Lassie, the Littlest Hobo's destiny was to befriend those who apparently needed help, portrayed ...


0

The perfume is like fountain of power. Jean with that in his hand can control the people and make them do whatever he want. not just making them love each other (first scene) but make them give an end to his life(second scene). And I think the last scene is some kind of symbolic and metaphorical. Maybe calling it cannibalism is not exactly right.


0

Not exacly i think the point of the ending is even until the end she would never confess to her crimes even though Blaire new the hole time so she wasnt able to save herself or anyone for that matter. I think the lesson here is take responsibily of your actions because its one thing to emit to your crimes live with the shame and reflect on it but to not owne ...


-2

I think the winking eye is way too much in that scene. That does not fit in the brother sister relationship shown in the rest of the movie. On the other hand, Ferris is one lucky guy... even his enemy supports him in the end, which surprises him too, hence the way he looks at the camera. From Jeanies point of view: Saving Ferris makes him owe something to ...



Top 50 recent answers are included