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In the the first series Eddard Stark discovers that He does this by using the same book that Jon Arryn uses to research the genealogy of the Baratheons through the ages. Eddard discovers that every Baratheon child for centuries has black hair. This is proven when he searches out all of King Robert's bastards and finds that they too have black hair. The ...


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Riggin dies at the beginning of the movie. The events of the movie occurred in in an instant as Riggin laid dying on the beach from his suicide attempt, which ultimately was successful. That is why we see the jellyfish at the beginning and the end of movie. The whole movie occurred on the beach. This is why he flew at the end (to heaven we can assume). ...


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The Joker is an intellectual psychopath. He's not necessarily interested in money, material possessions or robbing banks, he's interested in the cat-and-mouse games that come from having an intellectual equal somewhere in the world trying to stop him. The Joker loves chaos, and eluding Batman. Without Batman there's no fun in creating mayhem because it's ...


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The Joker sees Batman, his nemesis, as the other half of an immortal coin. So long as they are alive and engaged in conflict, they both have a purpose in life.


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Early on in the movie, there is the establishment of society's norms, which include a comprehensive emphasis upon agriculture and not only a disregard, but an admonishment of intellectualism and professions beyond trades. During Tom's parent-teacher conference, his aptitude for farming is made apparent by his unsatisfactory marks. Furthermore, the recordings ...


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Science ain't exact science with these clowns Probably when the other guy in the past returned he immediately told the scientists about Cole, and they jumped him from WWI to 1996. He has the tracker in his tooth, so presumably he doesn't have to report back home each time, they can jump him from any point a to any point b. Sine they likely didn't know he ...


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If I can give you a slight spoiler, in a later episode, someone tells Bruce that his methods of fighting wouldn't really be effective in actually hurting someone, and that if he really wanted to hurt someone he should do such-and-such instead. But Alfred tells the individual to stop talking, because he wants to instill in Bruce lessons like "Becoming good ...


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The guy in the pool was her father. That's why she didn't want to tell get sister what she was seeing. She obviously sleep with at least one of those guys that's why they did the dramatic close up when she saw roof guy. Also did anyone else think it was weird it was on the roof? The whole movie the thing has only walked forward and at best climbed through ...


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The time travel logic of Interstellar follows the Novikov self-consistency principle (which physicist Kip Thorne, associated with the movie, did work on). Different time travel stories handle the logic of time travel in different ways. Consider the grandfather paradox, where you go back in time and kill your grandfather. In some stories, it's possible for ...


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of course she had sex with at least two of the guys on the boat because the evil often times shows up as the prior victims stalking the "passed to" person. So in the pool scene you see one guy throwing the tv at the pool that is one of the guys on the boat. The scene before it when they drive away to the big swimming gym, there is an old guy standing on ...


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**Gold wasn't really evil at all last season aside betraying Ingrid, and almost killing Hook. In respect? I thought it was rather poetic that the man whom fled with his wife 300 years ago, (and although the soldiers wanting to take Baelfire was the reason he chose to become the dark one could have been avoided Had Milah been there with her own perspective ...


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I think she definitely did have sex with the guys. When she got home she said that she "bought some time" which means she was expecting those guys to die, but at least she'd have a couple days to think.


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Think of it as An infinite stream with a boat in it on a rope. You put the boat in with a hundred miles of rope in it and walk alongside at the same speed as it casually goes down stream. You then get in the boat and row back to where you started at the same speed and get out meeting past you. The boat travels down stream again and you walk alongside it ...


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The answer is simpler than you think. The paradox they were attempting to test (punching Platts) caused some unknown future emergency which required Granger to be contacted and brought into the loop. Granger gets into one of the boxes that Aaron was already using to go back in, which is why he can't get near to Granger (quantum entanglement?) without ...


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Since Wolfe, when leaving him, said something along the lines of "I could eat you now, but you are basically a robot", I think it's safe to say that Triphammer is still alive.


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Hugh Alexander was able to crack the encrypted message and he informed Alan about the importance of Mathew 7:7. From www.themoviespoiler.com: At the beer hut, Hugh tells Alan that he cracked the encrypted message – “Ask and it shall be given you; seek and ye shall find. Matthew 7:7.” He knows that Alan is not the spy because he would not have used a ...


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And now that I've searched a bit on IMDb I saw at at Cast the answer: Roger Allam ... Narrator / Death (voice)


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It would at least be 1800 as the matches that Lumiere uses in be our guest were not invented until that time period.


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If you think back, Jesse said something like that. He said if he were Krazy Eight he would have found something sharp and bought his time until he could make his escape and kill Walter. At the time, he was unconscious and weak, but Walter still remembered Jesse saying that. Those words came back to Walt in that instant as he opened the trash bin. He realized ...


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My theory was that she did probably go through with the sex with the 3 guys because it shows that her cast was slightly torn but like Jake did in the beginning, he warned her about the people walking towards them and they probably were not warned and probably died. The point of that scene and the scene with the hookers is that they had the option to give it ...


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SPOILERS I think James was definitely Simon's alter ego. We never see a scene with James alone without Simon lurking in the background. Whereas, there are many scenes with Simon alone until James is created. Once, James enters, he is either a voice in Simon's head or a go-getter while Simon passively admires him or dreads him. So in a way Simon is the ...


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Neither of them and both of them. This is a sort of "chicken and egg" situation, or in Sci-Fi parlance, a paradox, specifically, in this case, a "Booststrap paradox". The bootstrap paradox, or ontological paradox, is a paradox of time travel that refers to scenarios whereby items or information are passed from the future to the past, which in turn ...


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As discussed in this question - If Neo survived in the first movie, how come he didn't in the third movie?, Neo dies at the end of Matrix Revolutions, protecting Zion and ensuring the future of humanity.


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what i think so these is before every thing happend so lenny has met a guy whit a AMD conncdition amnesia but the story is not the same he just remembers the name hance sammy jankins now he forgets it bla bla move fowerd to the attack one night 2 white males attack his home while sleaping they don't notice him being covered in sheets they take his wife to ...


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They don't know the alien is underground. The kids discover that after they drive back from the base. It's possible the army is shooting at the location where the alien was last sighted.


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We don't know for sure why Leonard takes Jimmy's clothes and his car after killing him. All definite facts the movie tells us about his motives, is Leonard's line when he does it: I'd rather be mistaken for a dead guy than a killer. There are a couple of reasonable theories: He wants to escape the guilt of being a murderer, so he takes over the ...


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In Game of Thrones, there is a complex hierarchy of Great and Lesser Houses, the most important of which are rulers over the various territories of Westeros (the Seven Kingdoms). At the time that Petyr Baelish makes this comment, House Tully is a Great House in control of the Riverlands. At the time Frey's are a more minor noble house, indeed a vassal to ...


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Yes, she chose the driver & they were one of the couples on scooters at the end.


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Doug seemed very upset when the hacker told him Rachel was dead. He clearly didn't want to kill her, but must have been told to do so by the president, as an ultimate proof of his good faith. Their last encounter tends to confirm that... Therefore, you don't have to hate Doug, and you can't possibly hate Franck anyway!


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I'll start at the end. Then how did they find his finger prints on the murder weapon? They didn't, you've simply misremembered this part. The murder weapon was never recovered. Andy's fingerprints were found on a broken bottle and some bullets found near the scene of the crime. The revolver that the DA (shrewdly) shows at court is not the murder weapon ...


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I think the more straightforward answer is that: Cooper had 2 weeks before he got to see Murph again, after being rescued and having recovered. In those 2 weeks he would have relayed their entire mission to NASA and told them exactly what had happened and how Amelia was heading to Edmunds' planet to execute Plan B. When Cooper, Romilly and Amelia were ...


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I don't think Riggan died at all. The ending seems to represent him finally letting go of his ego by leaving Birdman on the toilet. He "stepped out on a ledge" & soared leaving behind the burdens of trying to stay relevant in the brutal showbiz industry. Without the ego, he now has his family back & his daughter smiles knowing that he has finally ...


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There is no specific answer to your question that I can locate. It is possible that Joe Hill's intent (the author of the book) was to reference biblical mentions, as many of the references in the film (and likely the book, as well) are from the Bible. Psalm 75:10 reads: "I will cut off the horns of all the wicked, but the horns of the righteous will be ...


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I think possibly he died after jumping out of the window but as the writers stated in the Huffington Post Q and A quoted above, the ending was written in a way to not detract from the central questions of the film. Whether he really died or if it was a symbolic delusion in his head doesn't really matter. The central theme I noticed continually throughout ...


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This is covered in the film's IMDb FAQ page: What is the significance of Kyle noticing the mark on the man's elbow at dinner? The mark (callus) suggests that he has been resting for long periods on his elbows, as though he had been using a sniper rifle, making Kyle suspect he is an insurgent. Chris Kyle's own elbows looked like this as well.


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The OP has identified some of the reasons for Javert's suicide. He does sing "Damned if I'll live in the debt of a thief!" but the central reason is the conflict created in his mind by Valjean's actions. He shows this when he sings "And must I now begin to doubt, who never doubted all these years." I myself have found this difficult to reconcile from a ...


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I think the coffee had a lump of sugar in it. Earlier in the movie when they are discussing arranged marriages and how coffee determines a suitor, sweet coffee means the couple will marry.


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I've seen the picture dozens of times. Fredo had to have opened the drapes. My affirmation/answer is: Roth played it well enough to trick Pantanglia (sp?) into believing Mike wanted him dead-even though he did not (Frankie goes back to GENCO days-"old man, too much wine," etc.). The subsequent events with the hearings and even Frankie's brother's appearance ...


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I don't think you will find a conclusive answer as it wasn't explained, so we can only speculate. Claire may have mentioned it in an interview throughout her (or rather Frank's) career and Pasternak found this information somewhere. Maybe he was able to reach someone who knew her well enough to know. Even the Doug theory from the IMDB thread you mentioned ...


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I like to think this is a metaphor about Riggan's fall. Riggan is a part of a powerful and massive planet, but he left it (Planet Birdman) and he does not know to what he belongs. While he falls, he is struggling and tries to hang on to anything around (friends, family). The bright light generated by an Asteroid could be his show, or his lost career). He ...


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In addition to these plot related answers, I'd add that there is a significant amount of product placement in the show itself. One particular egregious point that sticks out for me is in Season 2 when Frank Underwood goes over to Peter Rousseau's and sees Rousseau's son's Playstation Vita, which is very poorly performing Underwood: "Is that a PS Vita? ...


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Tom Yates, a very famous author dedicated with many prizes, wrote a colorful review of the princess game Monument Valley. The whole review reads as follows (Frank reads it to Yates when they first met): Whoever you are, whoever you think you are, believe that you're also a silent princess. Your name is Ida. Your journey is one through a forgotten ...


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It wasn't the game that mattered, but its review, written by Tom Yates: Having read Yates' effusive review of Monument Valley, President Frank Underwood, longtime fan of shoot-'em-up video games, was so intrigued by its flowery language that it made him depart from his usual video game tastes and give the indie game a try. The occurrence made Underwood ...


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It might not be enough to exonerate him, but he doesn't have any other choice. Point 1: British law in taking the prints I can't remember where they find the fingerprint, but from the question I'm guessing it's an unidentified print in the victim's house. The police had no reason to take his fingerprints before then because a. whilst he was a suspect, ...


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It ends the film with a message of hope and forgiveness. Throughout the film, Father James is struggling to communicate with the residents of his town who have grown cynical and weary of God, particularly in light of the sexual abuse crimes perpetrated by members of the Catholic church. He also has a hard time connecting with his daughter Fiona, who's ...


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One possible answer is that he did not want his wife to be suffer from the curse, and she also tells him that they will meet again in another life (at the end of the movie he meets her "reincarnation"). Another possibility is that with your solution he would not be able to remain vampire, his powers were almost gone, there could be a chance that he would ...


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The fact that the coordinates were for the NASA base location was enough to make Cooper believe, and only he could make that happen when he was given the opportunity to communicate. He chose binary because the robot was limited to Boolean language..


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Using the books as a reference, Aegon Targaryen landed with a small small army composed of the Targaryen levies and those of their few vassals (chief among them the Baratheons and the Velaryons). But more importantly he had the three dragons Balerion, Vhaegar and Meraxes ridden by him and his two sisters/wives


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I saw the scene and wondered the same question. My best rationale is that: if you get a phone call from Winston asking you to show up, you don't question, you drop whatever you are doing and you show up! Even in the grandiose world of big hitting rich assassins, Winston is a really big shot: he is extremely wealthy (a hotel owner whose apologizing gesture ...


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Well maybe there is "nowhere to run" if anyone breakes the rules of Continental, or at least the way Perkins accepts her fate tries to show it to the audience.



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