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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 ...


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This is a cameo by Everybody Hates Chris director Lev L. Spiro. He directed six episodes in all. This was his only cameo on the show (as 'Ominous Man') according to IMDb and he's not a character. Seems it was just a fun cameo as a stand-in for the Members Only Jacket Guy in the Sopranos finale, which this finale indeed parodizes. Crew cameos in finales are ...


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The entire final scene is a reference to the final scene of The Sopranos: Series creators Chris Rock (the real, grown-up one) and Ali LeRoi didn't stop there. Other Sopranos touches abounded. A menacing guy sat at the counter, looking over at their table. Chris' dad Julius (Terry Crews) had trouble parking his newspaper truck outside, just as ...


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I think Rob Hall and Harold died because of Doug's selfish stubborn unrealistic desire to summit when he clearly was in trouble. Several people including Sherpas told him to turn around and he refused. Rob clearly felt sorry for this guy who probably idolized climbers like Scott and Rob. In a moments bad decision Rob saw clearly that it was his inability to ...


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I think toryan has it correct in the last paragraph. He hasn't woken up yet because he fighting to not forget her. He has what is known as dissociative disorder. Specifically, derealization/depersonalization disorder. If he is awake, he talking to himself and imagining her presence because he fought not to forget her. Therefore, when he woke up, he actually ...


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Here's My take: The whole movie is showing you how war turns people into something nonhuman: people who act like animals, that closing shot the tank from the top down like it's a steel coffin being lowered into the ground, the kid getting nicknamed "Machine" and such. The German who saw him was just like he was- Human. He hadn't been turned into a "...


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Wikipedia did presented both the endings. As you confirmed that the theatrical ending was with Wade, which goes like: After killing a stowaway Patriot by crushing him against a tree, the group arrive in the nearby town of Danville, only to discover it has been similarly overrun by the infected children. The group realizes that the infection has ...



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