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From Magneto's perspective, Stryker's actions were indicative and representative of humanity's perspective concerning mutants. As such, he identified humanity's disillusionment of mutants as being genocidal. Therefore, he saw it as only fair that, with him being mutant's "representative", he would reverse the situation against those of Stryker's yolk.


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He had an incredibly simple world view and goal. He idolised Joe (see how excited he was when "He looked at me!!!" earlier in the chase. He knew he was dying, and wanted to go out in a glorious way (hoping also to impress Joe in the process). All his life, to him and the others around him, this seemed to be everything life was about - glory fighting on the ...


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Magneto looks at (and shows us) his Nazi concentration camp tattoo at least once. We can assume he is constantly reminded about what humanity did to one another, and to him personally, in the past. Now, in the present, humanity, or non-mutant humans specifically, are attempting to do exactly that same thing. That is, destruction of a minority. The ...


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Whenever Doc Brown reaches an epiphany, he immediately sets to work to fulfill the context of said event. As an eccentric scientist, he has become accustomed to working in a high strung and over-driven manner, as he is always eager to have his projects come to fruition. With regards to what he concluded about Marty's children, he was alarmed by their ...


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Vinny was a new lawyer and had no courtroom experience. This was a huge case for the small town county court that doesn't likely see a lot of murder cases. The judge quizzed Vinny on his trial history to confirm that he was experienced enough to take the case, particularly as he had passed the bar in a different state. Remember, Vinny is from New York and ...


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Ava failed the Turing test. That's your answer. It's a simple one but I don't think you'll like it so I'll explain: She failed because she did exactly what she was programmed to do, she escaped. She used every single aspect of her programming to do it. Like you said, she used sexuality, manipulation etc. etc. but she was still BOUND by the laws of her ...


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It is both stated and shown that Ava is very intelligent. It seems reasonable to think that she could construct a way of charging.


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If you followed dexter carefully then you will understand the true meaning of the ending. Dexter Always wanted to feel normal Dexter always talks about getting rid of his "Dark Passenger" and hoping to feel normal, Remember In season 4 ending when he is looking into the blood moon and hopes for a normal life. He kills Debra because he loves her ...


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No, Lucy didn't travel in time (although, it was my first thought as well), nor did her mind re-enact those events. She remembered them. Throughout the film, professor Norman explains how the purpose of life is to pass on the knowledge through time. From the first cell, its splitting in two, and on to the more complicated life forms, the purpose is always ...


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In the Wikipedia article, the interpretation of that scene is quite similar to your assumption that it generally shows the development of Trelkovsky's mental state: "He becomes hostile and paranoid in his day-to-day environment (snapping at his friends, slapping a child in a park) and his mental state progressively deteriorates." Correspondingly, TV Tropes ...


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I think the key is the line "He could've gone for general, but he went for himself instead." Kurtz had apparently lost interest in climbing higher in the military ranks, which presumably would have taken him away from combat and the front lines. He seemed to want to go in the opposite direction -- toward the heat of the fight -- so Kurtz requested Airborne ...


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Why she betrayed Caleb? Ava's sole purpose is to escape from the place. So, she used Caleb with her skills programmed into her like sexuality and manipulation to escape the facility. The reason for locking up Caleb and left him there to die because Caleb is the only person who's aware of the fact that she's not human. If anyone finds out that she isn't a ...


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Ava deliberately made sure Caleb could not escape. That is why she asked him to stay in the room while she left to get ready. It is likely she considered him a hindrance, now that she was free. The director wants humanity to feel a fear for AI. This is why the ending was chosen this way.


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There are four issues of comics that accompany Fury Road which tell the back Story of Max, Furiosa, Immortan Joe and Nux. In the first issue with Nux and Immortan Joe's Story, it is explained that Immortan Joe was a former Militant leader. Colonel Joe Moore, a veteran of the Oil Wars and a Hero of the Water Wars. In his party he had a henchman called Major ...


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According to the Creator Matt Miller, Henry injects nothing but air into his brain stem, causing an Air Embolism in his brain, inducing a coma-like state. Not dead, but neutralized. After all, he IS a doctor. A medical revenge seemed to suit Henry best.


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Based on events in Season 5 episode 6, "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken", I'd argue that part of why she didn't kill him is that she really cares for him as a role model. When she's playing the "Game of Faces" with Jaqen where she must tell the truth or lie convincingly (the latter of which she's not capable of), Jaquen asks her repeatedly if she hates the Hound ...


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About Warden’s line to the women porters, "I had to do it! They might have been taken alive!," which has caused a lot of confusion: The line only makes sense if "they" refers to the other members of his commando team, Joyce and Shears. And it is plural, so it refers to both of them. It does not refer to Nicholson or anyone else. For the statement to make ...



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