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He doesn't stop digging because he ran into something, he stops digging because he realizes it is a lost cause to look for the chems. As he is digging you see what's left of the chems in the snow, both blues and greens. You also notice there aren't any intact enough to salvage. Later in the movie when you see when he goes to take some chems, there are only ...
Thirteen Assassins has got to top the list. The final battle is over 45 minutes of nonstop fighting. No dialogue breaks, no plot twists, just thirteen badasses against two hundred hired goons.
My frustration with the entire film was figuring out the dividing line between what was plausible for an illustionist in ca. 1889, and what was merely film special effects. The added or more significant (IMHO) problem with the sword bit is, it seemed spontaneous - the prince challenged him apparently on the spot to do a trick "without the gadgetry" - and ...
At this point in the film, we've seen that he can't hit the rhythm of the blues. However, when he hears the very stereotypically "White" music for the first time in his life it clicks, and he feels the music. This is a "joke" built on the stereotypes of white music vs. black music, balanced with Navin not knowing he was white until he hears this ...
It's a spoof on cultural stereotypes. Being raised by a black family, he never picked up any rhythm in his blood. They don't have the heart to tell him, but in his own mind he has great rhythm. But as the audience can see, he is terrible. It's one of the many reasons he is a "Jerk" in the movie.
My impression was that the blooming wildflowers at the end of Sunshine Through the Rain signified that the boy had been forgiven.
C: the movie is scientifically inaccurate. You can start with how Hubble (350mi up), ISS (230mi up) & Tiangong are all in sight lines of one another. There are many many flaws. The director said he's aware of them. (Gravity director Alfonso Cuarón says he knew of film's scientific flaws).
Personally, I believe that it was simply to show that he really have lost his mind. But that pants-less scene was done when he seemed completely sane, thus it seemed as if it's because of his natural queerness. Indeed yes, I think it was mentioned that Erik Selvig's mind hasn't completely returned sane after Loki invaded his mind. To quote Selvig himself: ...
The film is "Signore e Signori Buonanotte" / "Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen", 1976. The general was played by Ugo Tognazzi.
Despite the reservations of other users, this intrigued me enough to figure it out :) If you watch a clip from the end of the '33 film, you can see the approximate camera angle - which I have replicated in the map below... From this angle, it appears that Kong was hanging onto the East/South 'corner' of the Empire State Building, which would put his ...
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