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comment How was Optimus able to fly?
@NapoleonWilson: Came here to say the same thing.
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comment Why are the movie adaptations of the Robert Langdon book series in a random order?
There is little or no continuity between the books. Hence there is no reason to maintain the continuity while making the movies.
12h
comment Why are the movie adaptations of the Robert Langdon book series in a random order?
The Lost Symbol was a terrible book. It would have taken a miracle to make it a successful movie.
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comment In the movie, “The Warrior's Way,” a Samurai drags the tip of his sword across the ground. Would not a Samurai need a sharp blade with which to slash?
The Warrior's Way is not what you would call a well thought out movie. The movie prioritizes stylized action and drama over everything else. A Samurai dragging his sword would have been the least of the Director's concerns.
Sep
25
asked How was Optimus able to fly?
Sep
24
answered Identify a movie about a foreigner in India
Sep
23
comment Movie title for an airplane crash - imagination of a paralel life
Crushing or crashing?
Sep
17
comment Why did the writers choose this development for Moriarty?
"the creators of the show are so faithfully ardent to the original source material written by Doyle" - What?? The show is nothing like the stories!
Sep
16
comment Why does Professor X touch his head when using his abilties?
@JohnnyBones: That may be but Patrick Stewart hardly touched his head while using his powers; McAvoy consistently does.
Sep
16
answered Why does Professor X touch his head when using his abilties?
Sep
3
comment How were the others able to handle the power of the stone?
I suspect the same :)
Sep
3
asked How were the others able to handle the power of the stone?
Sep
3
comment First movie where you hear breathing in a helmet?
Isnt this trivia?
Aug
29
comment Meaning of the line “I'm not a psychopath, I'm a highly functioning sociopath”
@invalid_id: I dont think Sherlock meant for it to be a joke. There is a line missing from the question. He says "I'm not a psychopath, I'm a highly functioning sociopath. Do your research." Sherlock obviously believes there is a difference.
Aug
29
comment Meaning of the line “I'm not a psychopath, I'm a highly functioning sociopath”
I guess I will wait for an 'actual' answer then :)
Aug
29
comment Meaning of the line “I'm not a psychopath, I'm a highly functioning sociopath”
@invalid_id: Not everyone agrees: psychologytoday.com/blog/wicked-deeds/201401/…
Aug
29
comment Is there any romantic angle suggested between Po and Tigeress?
You seem to have run out of characters there @user6948
Aug
29
comment Meaning of the line “I'm not a psychopath, I'm a highly functioning sociopath”
It's pretty evident from the statement. He is saying that he is not crazy but rather a very intelligent human being who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience.
Aug
28
comment What is the most commercially successful Alan Smithee film?
How is this question not trivia?
Aug
26
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