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Yes, it's a paradox. The entire point of the film, as the title suggests, it to play with paradoxes and predestination. A very detailed description of the film can be found on its wiki, but perhaps of more interest is the short story (just ten pages) on which it was based: All You Zombies, by the ever-wonderful Robert A. Heinlein. If you read its wiki, you ...


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The thing is we don't know what happened after he left both parents. Perhaps he reunited with his parents years later and met Ana during a visit. Perhaps he met her in a totally unrelated event, like he did in the space ship. The details don't really matter, and the movie, wisely, doesn't dwell on them. The theme of the movie, choice and consequence, is ...


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The Babadook is really a metaphor for the mother's grief. Once summoned, it initially possesses the mother leading to her becoming a monster of sorts, treating her son badly and hurting the family pet. This continues throughout the movie, this problematic mix of the "good" mother and the Babadook mother which controls her dark thoughts and feelings. When ...


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The original ending was supposed to take place in Paraguay. The original report about Jaime Foxx's attitude and the change in endings was from a Slate article. Mann had to rewrite the ending, eliminating a version that was to have been shot in Paraguay The only other information I could find on the original ending is from an Entertainment Weekly ...


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Yes, Jack does die because He will only live as long as He observes three golden rules: 1 - He must never touch the hands of the clock. 2 - He must master his anger. 3 - He must never, ever fall in love. But fall in love Jack does, to a bespectacled young street performer, Miss Acacia, with a soul-stirring voice. And because of that last rule He does ...


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According to the Huffington Post: ...."The Judge" feels like an actual legal drama coming to ABC this fall. You're almost surprised James Spader and William Shatner don't show up. Well, they don't. But Willie Nelson sort of does. Nelson doesn't appear in "The Judge," but his name is the subject of a one-liner during the film and his cover of ...


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The song is in fact "The Scientist" and not "Yellow." Willie Nelson is known for covering this song. More can be found here. He originally included this cover in an add for Chipotle.



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