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Jan
25
comment What boxing matches were the fights in Rocky based on?
Please include information regarding where you heard this.
Jan
21
comment How closely does Game of Thrones follow the fantasy or fairy-tale genre?
@eYe - "how appropriate would GoT be for me" - Opinion based/subjective.
Jan
15
comment Why do the male clones seem more similar to each other than the female clones do?
Spoiler in title!
Jan
12
comment What is the war in V for Vendetta?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_for_Vendetta_(film)
Jan
12
comment Why does Mycroft say this in that time period?
@Catija: That is true but no one else except for Sherlock knows or does anything that doesnt fit into that timeline. Why the exception for Mycroft?
Jan
6
comment If the Jedi way is to avoid aggression and only fight as a form of defense, then how come every battle starts with the good guys attacking first?
@Holy cwap! But my statement stands... the record still goes to YOU! :)
Jan
5
comment If the Jedi way is to avoid aggression and only fight as a form of defense, then how come every battle starts with the good guys attacking first?
And the record for the longest SE post goes to...
Jan
5
comment Is power more important than love for Stannis?
@SystemDown: The letter from the Wall was sent to everyone who claimed to be a King of Westeros. Davos believed that there was an imminent threat at the wall that Stannis AS THE RIGHTFUL king should answer the call as it was his DUTY. He did not do it to battle the Great other (at least not in the books anyway). And Davos does not believe in R'hllor or the Great Other. But you are right, the problem in the TV series is the lack of insight into Stannis' thinking.
Jan
5
comment Is power more important than love for Stannis?
"He believes that defeating the Great Other is his greatest mission" - I dont think this is true. There is no justification in the books for this. Most of what he does in the name of the Lord of Light is at the prodding and pushing of Melisandre and that too because he thinks that she can help him attain the Iron throne.
Aug
3
comment Can someone explain mirror scene with Ariadne in Inception?
After more than 2 years I realized that this is the answer that actually makes sense.
Aug
1
comment Do actors actually carry actresses?
That is one talented (and real) dummy!
Jul
30
comment Is Walter White dead?
a) How is this official? The tombstone was erected by a charity to raise money. b) How does Better Call Saul, a spinoff set 6 years in the past, in any way confirm his death?
Jul
24
comment Lots of prisoners were dumped onto a remote island to kill each other
"It was a great movie ..." - Not by any definition of the word.
Jul
24
comment 10-15 guys compete for a job in a closed room
Actually it's a lady that wins at the end.
Jul
14
comment House of Cards season 3 release policy
@Heisenberg: I dont think you can sign up for a trial again using the same email address or credit card number.
Jul
13
comment Was this scene ever filmed in Police Academy (1984) or am I just imagining it?
By 'they' I assume you are referring to her breasts. Yes, they did appear for quite a significant time in the scene. I recall because, other than the obvious reasons, I did not remember seeing them when I watched the movie for the first time. I have a special edition version of the DVD.
Jun
30
comment How does a movie director handle an inherently dangerous scene such as the following?
The producer? You mean the director.
Jun
29
comment What are the differences between the US and UK cuts of the church scene in Kingsman: The Secret Service?
And WHAT is the dialog? Who says it? And why is this answer being upvoted? The OP asks about the church scene and not the movie in general.
Jun
24
comment Episode identification of divorce confusion scene
Oh yeah.. two parts.. but still only 2.
Jun
24
comment Episode identification of divorce confusion scene
@NapoleonWilson: I think they did only one of those.