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It was left ambiguous for audience but their main point is to show his struggle rather then what he achieved. It has been covered very well in slate.com :- At a Q&A with Chandor and star Robert Redford at the Telluride Film Festival in August, the moderator asked the audience, “How many people think he makes it?” The audience’s show of hands ...
I think before Allegra and Ted go back to reality at the end, Allegra says that her bod was infected and that she would bring that infection back with her to reality. When that happens the dog is infected too and reality is corrupted.
Please try to re-watch last 15 minutes. You'll definitely understand. Laura (the ghost) is a best friend of Blaire. Since beginning it's kept suspense who uploaded the video which lead to Laura's suicide. Laura became ghost and started killing the group of friends who are directly and indirectly responsible for Laura's suicide. At last, in the end, it ...
This is not revealed on the show. The only two people who knew if Arthur had revealed Dexter's true identity to Rita are Arthur and Rita. Arthur was killed by Dexter shortly after he'd killed Rita, and he tells Dexter nothing that indicates he'd told her about him (nor does he leave any messages behind indicating it). Rita's last words are in her phone ...
Why is the Omega not Alive after the restart loop? The Omega (Core) is the "Time Machine" that allows for Time Travel! How could a dead Omega restart the time loop again? IT CANNOT. If the Alpha is killed, the Omega simply restarts the day. If the Omega is killed, well... That's it. Restarting of the day cannot be done because the thing that actually did ...
Roses are an Anglo Saxon custom. Stones are a Jewish custom meaning I have been here and I have remembered you. Ditto for the Anglo Saxons.
Joey Gazelle faked his own death to protect himself and his family for the reminder of their lives. A funeral is held for Joey with Teresa, Nicky, and Oleg in attendance, and Oleg has been adopted into the family. They drive out to a small farm house, where Joey's car is parked in the driveway. Teresa sits on the car's bumper when Joey emerges from ...
He was FBI, undercover. He was put into WITSEC after the events of the movie for the protection of his cover/identity/whatever. That's what I've gathered about it.
One of the things I enjoy about the film is that many meanings can be read into the storyline. Is it a story of madness, or are the events supernatural? From a purely psychological point of view, there are many obvious cues. To point out a few: Despite the mother's argument that she is over the death and loss of her husband, this is clearly not the case ...
The red roses, I think, are supposed to suggest the little girl in the red coat. Much has been discussed, of course, about exactly what the little girl and her coat signify, but whatever that may be, I think the link is obvious.
There are many anaylisis from The Shining. Almost all of them about the movie, but not that much about the book. As a way to understand it, the hotel in The Shining is another character. A kind of metaphysical force of nature: the one that gets inside the head of Jack Nicholson, and the guy before him, that killed the twins. So, being Stanley Kubrick the ...
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