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Rose didnt die at the jake did and I also dont understand why she let go if he said to (NeVeR) let go


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As you can see from this map of Middle Earth, Gondor is the name of the kingdom to the west of Mordor: And Minas Tirith is a castle, and capitol of the kingdom during the time period depicted in the series: As it says on the Wikipedia article for The White Tree of Gondor, it stands as a symbol for the realm of Gondor, but it also a symbol of the ...


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No. According to the script, here Sunshine 'knew' Harold was acting, in fact asking him who he trained with. She takes the knife and plays with the blade to determine how it works (slide up into the handle) and then proceeds to 'kill herself' using it (the acting prop knife) while continuing to act out Romeo and Juliet's Juliet death scene.


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According to the script:- AHMET ...They put me here. They say I raped a little boy. I have been here very long time. They will never let me go.


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My interpretation of this was that at the end of the movie Cutter was so disgusted with Angier that he wanted him to suffer. He allowed Borden to gain access to the theater, he knew Borden was going to shoot Angier, and as Angier lay dying he wanted Angier's last thoughts to be about the horrible death his wife endured. You really can't hurt a man more ...


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Absolutely. There's very little writing on the subject, which in itself could be considered evidence that it wasn't so outrageous, but we do have a lot of photographs of frontierswomen wearing trousers, most of which I can find are from the book Women in Pants: Manly Maidens, Cowgirls, and Other Renegades: Calamity Jane Professional scout and known for ...


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This is a reference to the Munich Agreement made in 1938 between Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Italy. It allowed Germany the annexation of portions of Czechoslovakia and is nowadays largely considered an act of inappropriate appeasement toward Germany, encouraging it to proceed with its agressive politics. JFK's father Joseph Patrick Kennedy was ...


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CB Radio or the citizen band radio is one of several personal radio services defined by the FCC's Part 95 rules. It is intended to be a two-way voice communication service for use in personal and business activities of the general public, and has a reliable communications range of several miles. This link on wikipedia tells us about this. It also states ...


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I think Gunther was in on the plan at the end. The plan that the Americans and germans would take him. My reasoning? It was a cover so his team would not know Gunther gave him up. Next he only drove a couple of blocks after the double cross got out of his car and started walking, almost as if he was being picked up by someone. It seemed to me he was ...


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You weren't the only one wondering that; the ending perplexed many. But the film's director Scott Cooper explained it in interviews, like this one. Here's the gist: After being thwarted by law enforcement officials, Russell kills Harlan DeGroat (Woody Harrelson), the meth-addicted crime boss responsible for murdering his brother, right in front of the ...


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I just saw this movie. My take was that Robin Wright's character was tricking PSH's character all along. Notice how she conceded that the American's had really been at fault in Beirut. I think that was just to gain his trust.


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It means,he already lost his loved ones in his life therefore he consider's darcy as a friend whom he cares about. This was foreshadowed in the beginning of the movie, and the night at the cemetery the day Darcy meet with the cemetery owner, and when he asked him to go pick him up at his apartment. Darcy does care about him in his own way, as he tries to ...


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Walter & September's plan was to effectively change the future so that the Observers/Invaders never exist Not quite though. Michael is still genetically advanced with mental functions well above any human, however unlike the Observers, he still has emotion too, as September reveals in The Boy Must Live: He is an anomaly, but he's not less than ...


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It's unclear, but possible. At the start of Volume 1 when she attempts to leave her bed, she immediately collapses: She then had to take out Buck while on the floor, before using a wheelchair to steal the Pussy Wagon. At this point we are shown a 10 minute sequence about O-Ren Ishii, before The Bride finally regains control of her legs. The next shot is ...


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So he won't be obliged to follow the human until death that will get the ownership of the death note. He just followed Light out of boredom and he is interesting.


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Yes, she did! First of all, I agree that Black Widow's discovery didn't help The Avengers that much, since it was just too late to really act on anything. However, I also can't see how this really helped Loki and what his motivation for revealing that to her would have been. (Though, I admit that I didn't completely get how The Hulk was such an important ...


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The average non-drug using viewer wouldn't know the difference between the effect caused by cocaine [and] heroin But they should, because the movie shows you, and that's what this scene is for. The very first scene of the film is Vincent and Jules, and Vincent is talking quite fast and it's mostly just small-talk and banter, but we can easily see he's ...


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I don't think it's very clearly explained in the episode, but I believe you're correct on both of your first two bullet points. The reason for the multiple, unusual murders was to confuse any investigation into the real target. This is a common trope for police procedural shows: the idea is that "a serial killer needs no motive", so the investigators will ...


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At the beginning of the film Katie explains to Becca how she saw the tape. Katie and some of her friends stayed at the motel/cabin. While there, they tried recording a football game on the VCR in the room that, as it turned out. sat directly over the well where Samara died. Somehow (this part is unexplained by design) the strange images were imposed onto the ...


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I think the banker gave the details away to the American girl. She simply swooped in and kidnapped him from PSH.


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the don has no info on gus' partner, so no leverage over him, which he has over gus--knowing who gus is. that's the reason gus lives.


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I found this explanation on net. Main cause of this whole act of Samara was to get heard. By whom!! By everyone. She was neglected in her whole life. Nobody loves her. Every close person(her adoptive parents and her biological mother) can sense evil in her. So avoided her. But she wanted to get noticed. The reason behind those videos and killings was to ...


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Just because The Eye only take members twice a century, doesn't mean the inductions are exactly 50 years apart. Remember as well, this group was in the beginning of this century: Rhodes could have been inducted anytime during the last, though I would assume it was towards the latter half. (NOTE: At the request of @SonnyBurnett, I'm reposting this from a ...


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Well, first of all, it was necessary for "Gator" to discover them by accident, so for the plot this was the only reasonable place for his files to be. But the obvious plot-device reason out of the way, we might still be able to come up with some possible motivation for Broker to keep them there (even if maybe with quite a speculative by-taste). As you ...


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I have a German friend and he counts starting with his index finger. He says that although it is typical for Germans to count in the way depicted in the film, it is not cast iron.


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To me it actually doesn't make any sense as to why he had to stay on the plane. I understand why he did, but he really didn't have to. First of all those agents did not really call in and say they only had one extra guy picked up. The guys had no intention of killing them, which Bane pointed out. Second, you would think there would have been a better DNA ...


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It's kind of a rumour actually. Maybe the rumour was spread to cover the actual purpose of Marcellus throwing Antwan off the window. So I think it is made up.


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I think the other answers are both partially correct, but what seems to be missing from them is a discussion of the narrative device that she inhabits within the overarching story. Walt's journey (descent from morality) begins with desperation. He truly convinced himself that he was doing this to save his family from financial ruin, especially with the new ...


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The Original Movie script (post adaptation) sheds some light on this: I believed that all I had to do was point my finger and anoint whoever I chose. I was wrong, Neo. Terribly wrong. Not a day or night passes that I do not think of them. After the fifth, I lost my way. I doubted everything the Oracle had said. I doubted myself. And ...


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The film is clearly ambiguous never really giving you a complete answer to the question is James real. It seems heavily sided that he isn't real but with no conclusive evidence, here is what i found to try and make the plot and the final situation a little bit simpler to understand. Plot Eisenberg plays Simon, a timid, isolated man who's overlooked at ...


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If you just look at the movie -- ignoring or forgetting that it was based on a novel -- then there is a very clear theme that ties between all the stories and characters, and it is presented quite eloquently in one of the final scenes by Jim Sturgess as Adam Ewing, when he stands in front of his monstrous father and is attacked with a series of rhetorical ...


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Well, you are talking of a very idealistic situation. "she should have a comfortable and legal income already", so why do bad things to make more money ? Well, then the same thing can be said about Gus too, he has a restaurant chain which gives him enough white money. Walt too makes way beyond his initial target, but keeps trying for more. Let's ...


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I guess the answer to it is that "Viper Assassination Squad" went through a disbandment. Beatrix was killed by the squad, Bill and Bud have a fallout, O-ren-ishi always had a long term plan of establishing herself in the Tokyo underworld, so she pursues that and Bill approves if it because we know that Bill helped her in that. So in this way, one by one the ...


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I don't think Lydia was risk-averse. Yes, she was very paranoid and high strung, but she wasn't above taking risks. She just made sure that the risks she took were calculated. We see this trait in action after Gus is killed and eleven of his men are arrested. Naturally, she's afraid these eleven will eventually implicate her. So she asks Mike to ...


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James does not really exist. As someone mentioned in the comments, this movie is very much a "Fight Club"-type movie, where the main character develops a split personality. If you notice, in the beginning of the movie he sort of slowly comes unglued through interaction with people, including the nursing home where someone says something about him not being ...


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The Wiki page seems to have quite a bit of detail on this Wikipedia page and as it is based on the novella The Double by Fyodor Dostoyevsky and adapted by Richard Ayoade there is a good chance that just like Submarine (2010) it may be a little "out there". There is also an interview he did on the Guardian website that might shed a little light on his ideas. ...


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Amanda Tanner was a former White house intern who had an affair with President Grant (see her profile here: http://scandal.wikia.com/wiki/Amanda_Tanner) she claims that she Is carrying his child. Unfortunately Gideon Wallace (His profile here: http://scandal.wikia.com/wiki/Gideon_Wallace) a reporter for the DC Sun begins looking into her relationship with ...


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The 2012 movie is based on the 2004 novel by David Mitchell. So I am trying to interpret the whole story from the book's point. perhaps if somebody asked, what is the theme of the movie or the book, it would fall in same context as your question. Book's author has said the following about the book Literally all of the main characters, except one, are ...


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Ok so lets do this properly, It Goes like this; Neil's living expenses are paid by the FBI at the same amount it would cost to inprison him. Do I have to stay here? It cost $700 a month to house you on the inside, so that's what it costs here. Series 1 - Episode 1 As Chann3rz has stated, Neil has only been convicted of Bond forgery so all of ...


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After re-watching the first 7 episodes yesterday, There are a few mentions of his possible wealth and assets early on in the series: There is a mention of Neil’s Assets Season 1 Episode 5 “The Portrait” where Neil is led there after receiving clues from Kate. During their telephone call she asks Neil where his money, art ect is but he won’t tell her. ...


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Woo - one I know! - often sets are temporary structures and if you slam a door it can make the whole wall wobble (this is often seen in poor-quality shows or ones from the 60's/70's). So many floor managers have just become used to ensuring that they aren't slammed by cast members - even if it's a real set just out of habit. In fact I've seen in scripts ...


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He effectively became his own boss in Season 5, with Gus Fring eliminated. He grew more and more arrogant, but realised he didn't have the operation that Gus had, and thus couldn't hope to reach as many people as Gus did. As a result, he works with Lydia, an executive for Madrigal, the parent company of Gus' Los Pollos Hermanos. She takes care of ...


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In addition to KeyBrdBasher's excellent out-of-universe answer I'd like to concentrate a bit more on Django's motivation, even if it's really just plain speculation on my part. You have to consider that Django has been a slave for all his life, wearing nothing else than mere rags, if so much at all. It certainly makes sense for him to dress as ...


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Nice question! There's a very solid piece of trivia behind it that will perhaps make you appreciate Quentin Tarantino and his style even more. A Django trivia article on Badass Digest explains it like this: When Django gets his first outfit it turns out to be quite similar to a Thomas Gainsborough painting, The Blue Boy. This 1770 painting was created ...


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I do not think that Omar was an informant. I think that Sosa sensed that Omar was not behind the plan for a big deal where Tony was. Therefore, he killed the source of resistance and sent Tony, who was all for the deal, back to Frank to try to make it happen. It was similar to the scene in The Godfather where Sollotzo pitched the idea of the Corleone's ...


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The entire film is a commentary on cinema itself. There are a few different metaphors or interpretations I have heard about the film. The film is a criticism of the audience. Everyone who went to see the film paid to watch a movie about a serial killing tire, and they are still critiquing it. Even the audience in the film is clueless about what they paid ...


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In the beginning, Django seem like only bounty help to Schultz but slowly Schultz and Django learn about each other and in a scene Django tells how his wife got sold in to the slavery and Schultz reveals about his wife's death. Schultz starts teaching Django how to shoot and becomes his mentor and also there were instances where Schultz admires Django's ...


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check out the 35:29 min of the film , while natalie was touching lenny's chest she asks : and what about here ? lenny answers : maybe its for when i find him you can clearly see a somewhat of a strange volume in his chest , note that it is in the exact place of his "i've done it" tatto and thats also the place where hes pointing out in that picture teddy ...


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Are you talking about when he was going through the elevator shafts? He wasn't putting anything inside of it, he was scouting to see if it was possible to access the diamonds via the floor or ceiling ducts. He determined that it would be next to impossible, so they decided to try another method. Hence, the shafts were never entered again.


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Neil gets a $700 monthly budget from the FBI. When Neal is released from prison to work with the FBI, he is given a seedy motel room the FBI rented for him. Agent Burke explains that Neal's monthly budget is $700, hence the less than desirable living conditions. http://whitecollar.wikia.com/wiki/Neal_Caffrey



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