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comment Minimum or Maximum Movie Running Time Limits?
Also, IMO, films in the US are generally watched in a single sitting unlike films in India which always have a break / Interval sometime during the middle. This could also determine the acceptable length of films in either countries.
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comment What factors go into determining what trailers are played before movies?
+1 for being able to find such an image :)
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accepted Why are 3D films so dark?
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comment Why is J the only person who remembers K?
Thank you for your answer! Though I am not thoroughly convinced of this, I think this is the most plausible reason that we can fathom for this film (which is full of half baked plots anyways).
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accepted Why is J the only person who remembers K?
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comment Why are 3D films so dark?
Thanks for the great answer with technical clarity :)
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revised Why is J the only person who remembers K?
Typos, spelling mistake fixes
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comment Why did the time machine work different for J?
:) that was interesting. But I would definitely go with plot inconsistency. The movie is anyways full of 'em!
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asked Why is J the only person who remembers K?
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answered Why do Bollywood movies have song and dance sequences?
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answered History and reasoning behind average length of a feature film
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comment What rules govern how TV show opening credits are structured?
Thats a very interesting question. I have noticed that too. For example, in the US Office series, only a handful of characters are given opening credits (Carell - earlier, Wilson, Krasinski, Fischer and Novak) - even though Novak is not a regular in many episodes. Even in That 70s show, Tommy Chong was a guest for many seasons - but his name started appearing in the opening credits only from Season 7 onwards (I think) even though he wasn't there in some episodes.