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Catherine killed every one and drove the dr crazy and got him hospitalized so she could add another chapter to her book. He was her muse that's why she paid him respect and brought him a copy of her book we he was and the psych ward because he was the main character... That's why he smiled in the end ...of joy. But the real pain he's in there for killing the ...


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The answer is much more complex. There are two fully developed storylines throughout the whole film. In one storyline, Catherine is the killer. In the second storyline, Beth is the killer. If you look back at the story very carefully both in the movie and the screenplay each is presented. The ending concludes both storylines. The Beth as killer ...


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I think he at least planned on getting the I've Done It tattoo to remind himself once he had finally killed "john G". If you remember the photo Teddy shows him where he is smiling after getting his revenge, he is pointing to that area of his chest. For those saying he got the tattoo removed, it would make sense that he get the Murdered part out of the John ...


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Disagree. Marcus clearly never even believed that his father ever was guilty and his reactions to those accusations throught the movie certainly seem to suggest that. Even if he might have wanted some kind of revenge, I don't believe he would fire a 'warning' shot at Lucas before killing the other townfolk when it could so easily have ended up killing Lucas ...


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Not sure, however, you may be interested in checking out the Jericho comic. It picks up as a comic book version of season 3. So, if you're a Jericho fan and interested in finding out more about what happens, I'd look into this. As a note, although I do have the comic, I haven't read it yet so I honestly don't know how good it is!


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I can't say for sure about Hawkins; the season was being wrapped up ridiculously quickly and many loose ends were left. Personally, I think he was going for the martyr route but survived anyway as a hero with a happy ending. In regards to the bomb, it wasn't so much that the bomb would be used as a weapon. Instead the bomb was evidence that would be used to ...


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It was Marcus. Look at the facts: Marcus was in the middle of a horrible divorce with a castrating mother yet still stood up for his father. He went to his father to show his support. Lucas brushed him off when he tried to tell him that he was #1 gay, #2 not interested in the hunt. Marcus didn't fit in and related to the ignorance and hate his father was ...


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The message of American History X is quite simple: violence begets violence. The whole film is a series of escalations based on revenge; Derek and Danny lose their father and hate consumes them. They win a basketball game against the black gang (and their turf in the process) and the gang try and steal their fathers' truck as revenge, Derek kills them over ...



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