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Jun
28
comment Why is the Godfather part 1 classed as one of the best movies ever?
This is primarily opinion-based, but if you google your question, you'll find numerous posts that try to objectively explain its rampant popularity on best-movie lists and the like.
Jun
16
comment Thought process of Sons of the Harpy
@RowanFreeman They're also supposed to be unmatched in their discipline! Even a amateur guard should be able to identify a member of the crowd approaching the queen, reaching even melee range...
Jun
10
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
9
comment Thought process of Sons of the Harpy
Very unimpressive guards, indeed! Guards shouldn't be spectators; could you imagine the US Secret Service's efficacy paying more attention to the event than the potential threats?
Jun
3
comment Secret door in shed has fantasy world behind it
Tomorrowland seems an unlikely candidate. Time-wise, the movie was released May 22, which would've only been 8 days before--rather than 2 months per the OP's--post. Plot-wise, not much matches up: the protagonist is a young woman (as you state), and the young woman's father survives the entire film. The OP suggests that the fantasy world is accessible through a door, where in Tomorrowland access is through either a spaceship or magical elevator. Also, there are no 'fun', different creatures--TL is populated with basically humans.
Apr
6
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
Mar
18
comment In Skyfall, why did M order Eve to "take the shot?
This answer suggests M knew Bond would get shot, which was merely collateral damage and not her intent. It's much more like "putting one life at risk" to save hundreds.
Feb
24
comment How did Emmet build the Double Decker couch?
Emmet had no problem building the double-decker couch is because honestly that idea was just the worst.
Feb
24
answered Can using fake names or pseudonyms in the credits really protect you from legal troubles?
Feb
13
awarded  Constituent
Feb
5
comment Why bring Professor Xavier to Pentagon?
Put another way: Charles' presence legitimizes their story, in Magneto's eyes.
Feb
4
comment Why bring Professor Xavier to Pentagon?
I speculate given their rocky history, his presence demonstrated a dire need for co-operation, which Magneto may not have immediately grasped if Prof X was absent.
Feb
4
comment
Are you the moderator movies.SE deserves, but doesn't need right now?
Feb
2
awarded  Caucus
Jan
14
accepted Was Thomas' hand injury in the trenches impulsive or premeditated?
Dec
31
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
15
comment How can Batman run and climb in the pits without his knee brace?
He could have had an operation, but an equal amount of evidence supports that Jean-Paul Valley took over as Batman for all scenes in the Batsuit!
Dec
8
comment What are the implications of Emmet's autonomous movement?
See also: Calvin & Hobbes.
Nov
27
comment So Bane was actually helping Batman all along?
...because he wrongly didn't anticipate that a broken back could be healed while in a third-world hole, malnourished and without real medical attention. The sadist in him wanted batman to witness Gotham explode.... Er. I'll be checking out now; if you're truly in agreement that an iconic villain could be an ally, there's little use to arguing.