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There are a few dialogues in the film, which could give an answer to this question.. so lets just rewind to some scenes.. 1.The first scene : where sivagami takes the child and falls into the river. She says,"for the sins i have done,let my death be the punishment..let this Child live, Mahendra Bahubali should live"... This implies that, she has done a ...


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Django is a slave himself as he does not like what he is seeing, he still has to remember what he came to do, not to let his emotions get in the way of the task at hand. (Remember you can't save everyone.) By letting Candy unleash the dogs shows that Django respects Candy and that he wants him to know that he does not fear him and that he needs to be taken ...


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I've posted pretty much the same thing on this answer in the Sci-Fi Stack Exchange, but in general Ant Man follows the rule of cool much more than it does it's own internal logic. For example, I'm fairly certain that something as dense as Ant Man when shrunk would have gone straight through the roof of the car that he lands on towards the start of the film ...


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Between battles, the aliens address Earth in the form of icons from the 1980's, including President Ronald Reagan, Hall and Oates, and Max Headroom. We must conclude that additional, non-game video footage from the era was included in the space probe. It can be assumed that an episode or clips from the popular 1980's "The Smurfs" cartoon might have been ...


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When people say you take after a parent, they might mean it in looks as well as character. When they say you have their eyes, though, it might suggest something more. The eyes are the only organ directly connected to the brain and are said to be the window to the soul; they convey many emotions and thus could imply a person's deeper nature. James Potter was ...


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In a narrative like this, it's not so easy (nor productive) to use binary terms like "dead" or "alive" or think of a "place" like World's End as a real location. Indeed, throughout the franchise they continually play with different conceptions of dead, living, animated, silent, present, missing, etc. You might just as well ask whether or not Barbossa was ...


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According to the books wiki he didn't know: Unknown to Tyrion, Catelyn was told by Petyr Baelish that the dagger used in Bran’s failed assassination attempt belonged to Tyrion. I don't think it was different in the show (for sure she didn't mention it in the capture scene) and I don't remember him finding out later. In the TV show this plot dies in ...


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EVC's answer covers most of it, but there are a few other in-universe points that I think are worth adding, and I kept going over the comment character limit. Spoilers follow. While we know the ending is intentionally vague, we have a few other things to consider: The Follower is not completely stupid. It will pick up rocks to smash windows and create ...


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You're not wrong about the absurdity of this plot, but I'll try my best to make sense of it. Tim created Iris. He claims it's a spyware he downloaded from a hacker site to spy on his girlfriend; whether he's lying or not, he obviously tinkered with it. In essence, it's a groundbreaking AI software that learns through electrical impulses. Tim (who studied ...


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There are a couple of obvious signs that david is actually an android/robot of some sort: He doesn't need much sleep. Alcohol and drugs seem to have no effect on him. He was able to consume that 'very spicy' drink at the bar scene without even flinching. He got perfect aim! He needs only 1 or 2 shots to take out mercs in full body armor. During the sex ...


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Ok I have a separate theory that is a bit different from the others I have read online. My problem with most interpretations is that they leave out Nemo’s ability to see the future (at least to a limited extent) and the importance of the big crunch event in the end. In my theory, these two circumstances creates a paradox, and in turn a very situational ...


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I remember couple of lines said by Dr. "A soldier can (wants to) serve even after he is dead." "We found his age and body suits you perfectly" (so they are not just choosy about Steve but also choosy about Sean)


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Actually my dad once explained that animals might live longer and travel further on land leaving the virus on everything. So actually "freeing the animals" could have been incremental in almost "wiping out mankind" when we had 6.5 billion people and 5 or 6 billion die.



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