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OB and sheriff Chris Mannix were not among the hateful eight because Mannix gave up his hate in the end, and apparently found somekind of redemption through accepting major Warren and the Lincoln letter. While Jody, Daisy, grouch, Bob, Pete were unredeemable killers and gang members, Smithers wrought consequences because of his hate, and John Ruth and major ...


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From IMDb: What does the title mean? Tarantino doesn't typically answer this question directly, saying that he likes it when people come up with their own definitions for the phrase. He has called it "more of a mood title than anything else." One popular and oft-told story about the origin of the title is that former video store employee Tarantino ...


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According to this page Slang term for one who snitches to the police, or is an undercover police officer themselves. Origin comes from the great size of rats living in and around reservoirs. Near the end of the movie the survivors come to a dramatic conclusion, one of them is a snitch or a cop. The title is actually a very good title, a reservoir is ...


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The Title is not in Spanish. It is in English. Memento is one of those words that multiple languages have in common, because of it's Latin (Roman) roots. It's english etymology. memento (n.) c. 1400, "Psalm cxxxi in the Canon of the Mass" (which begins with the Latin word Memento and in which the dead are commemorated), from Latin memento "remember," ...


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Memento is an English word Memento (noun) - something that reminds one of past events; souvenir The ties to the film, what with the tattoos, notes, pictures etc are thus laid bare


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The movie wants us to believe that the deal between Disney and Travers came to be because, despite their cultural differences, both recognized one another as having daddy issues too. In that vein, Mary Poppins is there to save the father more than the children, thus leading to her saving Mr. Banks – and possibly the memory that the two protagonists have of ...


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There are some possible answers here: The "X" is there to stand for all the things we want to hide. (Remember the X-files). It has nothing to do with Malcolm X but the X in Malcolm X is also to hide something. The last name of Malcolm X was a white man last name and he wanted to hide it. I disagree with your statement about what the X ...


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A shade is a demon. Fifty Shades means fifty demons. Throughout the trilogy there are frequent references to Christian Grey's demons; those are his shades. (NB Pay close attention to the meaning of the names throughout the trilogy.) The fifty demons comes from a Buddhist book titled 50 demons.


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Per wikipedia The title of the film takes its name from the agora, a gathering place in ancient Greece, similar to the Roman forum. This was explicitly confirmed in a huffpo interview with the film's lead actress; Rachel Weisz W&H: The film was huge in Spain. A blockbuster. Can you explain the word Agora? RW: It’s an ancient Greek word ...


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It's from the Greek word "Agora", the meaning of which was "gathering place" or "assembly". Many sources discuss and confirm this, but I like Roger Ebert's description the best: [Hypatia's] father Theon (Michael Lonsdale) was the curator of the Library of Alexandria, which had as its mission "collecting all the world's knowledge." Scholars ...


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Section: A, is the designated hostile area inside Terminus, where victims get funneled in, trapped, held, then eventually slaughtered and butchered. If you pay attention and listen carefully, this information can be gleaned from the tactical team's UHF radio chatter. Also, it's why in the end, the cannibals, (recycling symbolism, I guess?) tag the church ...



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