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Another couple of things that could be used as proof is the fact that max done the dance in the fight against twin cities its clear that atom shadows with the same hand but when charlies fighting its the opposite hand atom uses i.e knockout uppercut was charlies right hand but atoms left. This could possibly not mean anything but when charlie puts atom in ...


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I thought it was cause at one point the interview guy told dave to say something nice about john. Something that would make it seem like john was the reason for the teams success. This was obviously something John wanted dave to say seeing as it was his documentary being made, but dave doesnt. He just keeps shaking his head and says "i dont know what u want ...


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Eliot and ET have a deep connection. Deeper than friendship. They have become one. They feel and think the same. ET want's to go home and his only chance is through Eliot. He therefore creates a special bond between them. Everything ET feels, Eliot does. It also creates to the audience the inseparable friendship between boy and Alien.


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No cannon explanation is given. Here, I provide you with an out-of-universe explanation: (ending in speculation) This exchange is a plot coupon, which could bring relevance for this character, should he ever return. In the meantime, it brings depth to the scene, in that there might be more than meets the eye going on here, and that this might not be the ...


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The "movie does not hint at any conspiracy", nor should it, as it's heralded* for not having used 'backstory' or 'explanations' for anything: *A stand-alone piece, Fury Road is unapologetic in its refusal to explain the previous three films of the franchise - and their Australian settings - nor even much about its titular hero. –nzherald.co.nz The fuel ...


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Exactly, the mask was damaged in fight, and something as micro chips are fused to her face, and now she can't take the mask off, without get hurt.


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Before Dr. Jenner commuted suicide at the CDC, he told Rick that everyone is infected. I think that sometime during the apocolypse, the virus became airborne, maybe due to the growth of dead walkers piling up, or something else. The virus became part of the air, and as the survivors inhaled, the virus, along with oxygen and carbon dioxide, traveled through ...


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Scott puts one of the "Pym Particles Discs" into the regulator, which gives the suit an extra boot, and is able to bring Scott out of the quantum realm. Blue Discs - Contains a unique form of Pym Particles different from those that power the Ant-Man Suit; allowing them to enlarge their target by expanding the distance between its atoms and supplying ...


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Doug was obsessed with her. He couldn't handle the fact the feelings weren't mutual. He was jealous, controlling and a stalker. He wasn't visiting her because he was being told to by Frank Underwood. He was visiting her because of his obsession with her. When he goes to her apartment, when she isn't there and smells her bedding. Rachel reading to him because ...


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Yes he died and reached this place known as The World's End located far beyond the Caribbean and Singapore, which is one of the most inaccessible places in the world. It could be found only by using the navigational charts, which were presented to the esteemed navigator Wu Ling for his journeys to the 'afterlife'. These charts would later be given to the ...


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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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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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When the griever got smashed by the door that had closed when they put in the access code Gally must have gotten the key from that griever and if I'm not mistaken they had another one and Gally must have killed it but while he was trying to kill it, it stung him. And Gally must have seen the map and seen the code just lying around since the code was the ...


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I love that Mills only fires 6 rounds into Doe at the film's end; only 6 people, (the Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Lust, Pride and Envy victims/sinners) were punished. Another take on the outcome is that technically 7 people DID die. Face it: the sloth victim probably didn't make it long after the doc said he "still has Hell to look forward to" and in addition to ...


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He is AGI Singularity impersonation. Even if Jarmusch did not want it The Singularity imprinted it into his film. The Group can have traitors, The One can't. Be The One.


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I think the scene where Leonardo DiCaprio is put in the psycho's place - where he's killing his wife - is just him contemplating what the people are telling him. The idea, along with all the frustrations and horrible danger he's in, makes him faint. I think everything about Teddy is real from the beginning, and the owners of the asylum are villains. At ...


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Because Bond destroyed the island and left nothing for nick nack to inherit.


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My guess was that he learned the map in the hut. Got the key from a smashed griever, and learned the combination from the "serial number" on the key. As mentioned, the key had thr same number as the supplies, which had the same amount of numbers as sectors, no? I just watched the movie on t.v., and can't rewind. However, that's what I gather.


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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 think sense newt said that the key is "the same as we get in the supplies" "the box". That leaves me to believe that he took a key that had 7 on it. He knew the combination by being a keeper and the keepers keep the information about the maze also he new the 8 digit code. Then he entered the maze, in the proses he gets stung.


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I can't speak to the motivation to the character in the show, but if they follow the motivation of the character from the comics. Barry isn't alive in the future, the year Eobard Twane is born, but has been immortalized by years of being a hero and the legacy he's left behind (it also helps that he builds a museum to himself) Eobard Thawne (in the comic's ...


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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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Vito needed to make peace so Michael could return from Sicily safe. Otherwise he would be killed on one way or other. Even after the peace Brazinis tried to kill Michael but it was much safer with the peace...


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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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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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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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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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The way I interpret it is that he killed his girlfriend. The name of the song kinda made me think that. A Snuff film is when someone records a real murder and makes it into a movie. I think the parts when he is dressed as a women is right after he did it and he's leaving dressed as her, that's when he is in the apartment. The rest of the time you see him ...


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Amarendra Bahubali and Bhalladeva both fall in love with same girl; Devsena. But Devsena chooses Amarendra Bahubali as she falls for his kind nature; loosing both the kingdom and girl made Bhalladeva frustated and hence, "Bhalladeva" with the support of his father, plots conspiracy against Amarendra Bahubali, and manages to convince the queen Sivagami and ...


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The movie Bahubali: The Beginning is the first movie of the series of three movies that has been planned to be released in 2015, 2016 and 2017. So we could say that why Kattappa killed Bahubali is still a mystery which might be revealed in the coming two installments in the series, which is called "Bahubali: Conclusion" Watching the first movie doesn't ...


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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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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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You are right in your assumption that it was caused by the gravitational anomalies in his house. More precisely, it was the very slight gravitational time dilation caused by the anomalies. This interfered with the tractors' GPS, since the working of the GPS relies on the satellites accurately accommodating for their time dilation with respect to the time on ...


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Best answer I've seen is here: It reframes the movie as a conspiracy by the Brands (and a few others like Mann) that is unwittingly foiled by Cooper. Brand has already developed his anti-gravity theory and equipped the shuttles with anti-gravity drives by the time Cooper leaves on the mission. When they take off from Earth, they use a big rocket to ...


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I know the answer, I'm from Algeria, Jijel, we have the same traditions of turcs. When you want to marry a girl, you go to her house to her father and you demand her hand, she makes a coffee for you and your family. If there's no sugar in the coffee, they don't want you to marry her, but if the coffee was good, it means they accepted. :p So in the movie, ...


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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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I'm inclined to say we just don't know and neither are we supposed to know. While the movie followed to a large degree the concept of a heist movie and explained many of the Four Horsemen's schemes and tricks as just that, it also ultimately lived from the fascination with magic and illusions and still left some things to just that in turn. There are many ...


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The Time Machine The Über-Morlock explains that Alexander cannot alter Emma's fate because her death is what drove him to build the time machine in the first place: saving her would create a temporal paradox. He then reveals that the Morlocks have brought the time machine underground, and tells Alexander to get into it and return home


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Russo matters only indirectly. Rachel is the proof that Lucas is not crazy. But then Underwood may have anything to do with ZOE's death (which of course he does). The connection between Rachel and Russo only matter inasmuch Zoe met Rachel because she was investigating Russo's death. Of course, things went awry only because Claire betrayed Francis with the ...


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Max/Senator Bailey (Woods) invites Noodles (De Niro) at the party because his political career is about to end, swept up by scandals and frauds and wants his old time friend, with whom he has a 'debt of honor', to kill him before he is completely ruined. When Noodles refuses to do so and to even acknowledge that Max and Bailey are the same person (it would ...


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Pops (Arnold) did what Sarah Connor said and in the credits Genisys survived the blast. This means that there could still be terminators in the future and Sarah Connors can reprogram a T-800, erased its memory, and sent it back to save her in the early 70's.


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it's the black goo - also known as sentient oil or black oil, called "purity" in the x files: http://x-files.wikia.com/wiki/Purity It is the same stuff in the new-ish tv show Residue or the stuff at the start of Prometheus. It shows up everywhere.


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the deeper meaning is in her line " It's unfortunate what we find pleasing to the touch and pleasing to the eye is seldom the same."


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It wasn't the handwriting alone. The documents examiner for the San Francisco Police Department said that he was given "a banana box full of Allens handwriting and it wasn't even close". That means the probability of Allen changing his handwriting that much was remote, as the examiner would have noticed the examples over time changing. In 2002, DNA analysis, ...


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The company Service2Media developed the app "iris" for the movie "app" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.service2media.appthemovie&hl=en https://www.service2media.com/ Hope that is what you are looking for Cheers


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I'm not sure that the address is incorrect. It is given as "22 Lola Lane" and when we later see the House it is number 22 - I think Twain is just the name of the owner - not the name of the road. Regarding the missing stamps I suspect that either Lionel Twain did notice, that they were missing (after all the butler did misplace the stamps in his presence) ...


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The woman at Valentine's press conference (where they notice that she has an implant) is actually not Gazelle but some other assistent of him, who I'd wager wasn't as close/important as Gazelle to warrant an exception from the implant. As you can see, she has a significantly different face and haircut (which Gazelle never changes throughout the movie): In ...


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RICHE appears to be a fictional luxury brand. As you can see from this image from the "Art of the Film" book, the bio-beds evidently had the ability to sculpt customised faces designed by various luxury brand makers like Rolex and Prada. Note that in the film version, they apparently used a mixture of real and fake brands for cinematic reasons: Elysium ...



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