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The word was pronounced che-aw-par, I think that was a first in movies. A lot of mimicry artists picked on that dialogue and voila.


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KnowYourMeme has an entry for this here. "Due to Schwarzenegger’s thick European accent, the line came off as a comical relief rather than exclamation of urgency and it eventually became one of the most celebrated quotes attributed to the actor."


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According to Daoism (mandarin pronunciation) and Buddhism, the spirits never die, they will reincarnate. Emanuel Swendenborg, a famous Swedish scientist, has the same belief. He even visited the "spirit world" and wrote many books about it.


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I think the answer is in Daoism: There is in Daoism, as with the Greek Heraclitus, a strong awareness of the process of change. Both nature and human beings are continuously undergoing transformations. The processes of Nature move between polarities and humans move to new perspectives. Given this situation, it is useless to expect clear definitions and ...


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It appears the crime is his own creation. Extension searching hasn't unearthed any movies that are being referenced here and it doesn't appear in any cast interviews. It seems far more likely that the crime is just another example of the bizarre nature of Dwight, which is evident throughout the entire series.


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To my understanding he didn't mean anything specific. He and his team "The Guardian of the Galaxy" can be considered anti-heroes as all of them have a very dubious past engaging in criminal activities. So his phrase at the end was meant to show that as they are not always the "good guys" they were going to do either a good or a bad deed after their adventure ...


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In my opinion, it was a very simple reference to the childhood wound caused to Joker by his father...His father deformed his face using a simple kitchen knife...of course, that does not kill him but made him...a stranger....


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When Lefty is in the car, he is indeed afraid of being "whacked". He's checking his mirror to see the back seat of the car, so he can keep an eye on everyone in the car and be ready for anything (in the hope he could do something about it). We can see his fear from the script: SONNY Hey, Left, what'cha doing? LEFTY Just checking my part. SONNY ...



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