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answered 90's Sci Fi movie about aliens hiding on earth
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answered Why no Marvel One-Shot for The Winter Soldier?
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comment Searching for movie where criminals are punished with aging
People don't age in In Time. Everyone's appearance is frozen at something like 21 years old. You lose life span instead.
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comment Frequency ending scene?
Yes, after Frank-1969 has avoided being killed by a fire, and giving up smoking to avoid lung cancer. The movie shows multiple timelines being affected by the events of the movie.
Feb
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comment Frequency ending scene?
Yes, in the timeline prior to the events of the movie, Frank died. During the movie, John-1999 warns Frank-1969 of the fire that would have killed him.
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answered Frequency ending scene?
Jan
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comment Is Deckard a replicant?
possible duplicate of What kind of Replicant is Deckard?
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Dec
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comment How can Jack deliver such toys to the children?
A major element of the whole story is that Jack, himself, doesn't get Christmas. This is doubly true for the residents of Halloweentown. What they all, including Jack, like or find cute isn't in line with what children do.
Dec
13
comment How did Trip enter the alien city unaffected?
@yurnero that's certainly possible, but the only thing we see happen with the diviner inside the city is when it's placed on the stand. It could be a cut scene or sloppy writing, but based on what ended up in the episode, this is the theory that makes the most sense to me.
Dec
12
answered What were Garrett and Coulson drawing?
Dec
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comment Why don't the live action Ninja Turtles movies stick with Splinter's back story from the animated series?
Nolan's joker tells two vastly different stories regarding his scars (his drunk father cut him or he cut himself). Given how much he lies about everything through the movie, it's entirely likely that neither story is true.
Dec
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comment Why don't the live action Ninja Turtles movies stick with Splinter's back story from the animated series?
I've never read any comment from the filmmakers, but in the original comic, Splinter was a rat owned by Hamato Yoshi. The animated series changed the origin story. The live-action version is more accurate to the original material on this subject.