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Depending on needs, generally they are made from acrylic, glass, Latex or silicone. Acrylic and glass can give the glossy look to the prop eye, but latex and silicone can give it a spongy texture. Of the Swedish film Thriller, lead actress Christina Lindberg said in an interview Director Bo Arne Vibenius used an actual human cadaver for the eye "surgery" ...


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By listening to the Director's commentary in the bluray, the idea is that Loki's scepter does not only affect people, controlling them by touch (as with Barton/Hawkeye) but the mere presence of it can create confusion and insert anger into people's hearts around it, at least in the near proximity of the scepter. The shot where the cammera flips and ...


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It's the famous 'Moses Supposes' scene from Singin' in the Rain:


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Some parents have concerns about the amount of mucus created when their children drink milk, and its affects on the child's asthma. There's an article from the Canadian Family Physician Journal that directly addresses this question: Many parents of children with asthma are becoming increasingly reluctant to add milk to their children’s diet because they ...


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Maybe it's a joke because "Is milk good or bad for you?" is question open for polemic like many other food products. If you aren't allergic milk can only help, but if you are, like 2% of children then it's bad for you. A recent study published in the medical journal Thorax suggests that full fat milk and butter might be the key to preventing asthma. In a ...


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No, there are no scenes with giant spiders in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. There are some giant bats, and some giant rock-eating worms appear briefly. But they and the wargs are pretty much it for non-humanoid baddies.


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You didn't get the correct quote; according to the wikia it is: When Bates asks if it works, he flippantly replies "Well, as I make it and I advertise it, is it likely I'd say no?" The line is particularly relevant in context: Mr. Bates: I saw this advertisement for a limp corrector. What does it do exactly? Salesman: It corrects limps. ...


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This site says Deadwood 1x05 – "The Trial of Jack McCall" Jane has crawled into a bottle following Bill's death, and taken to the hills in drunken self-pity. There, however, she comes across Andy. Delirious, and in that state perhaps viewing his fate as divine retribution for his crimes, all Andy can say is, "I apologize." "Don't apologize to ...


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I believe this is from Deadwood, season one; Andy has been sick with smallpox and Calamity Jane finds him, and he keeps apologizing to her. (He later finds religion and becomes a minister in the second season.) Not sure which episode; I believe the smallpox one is Episode 6, "Plague", though Andy's part might come in a later one.


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After watching that video, my personal feeling is that it doesn't quite fit the rest of the movie. Loki isn't shown to be a master manipulator in the movie. Sure, he's got a bit of a silver tongue at times, but we never seem him do any direct mind control and we never see him truly convince someone to go against their nature without the spear. This scene ...


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We neither know nor care. Now first of all, I have seen the film, but am still going to call this out as simply physically incorrect. But before writing the answer off as another one of those "the science of the movie was just inaccurate" answers, please let me reason why I still think this to be relevant for your employed viewpoint here. Now first of all, ...



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