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Apr
30
comment In what movie does a stupid politician who nonetheless knows what the word “niggardly” means face a public outrage?
And what is it that you think the word "niggardly" means?
Apr
28
answered The sniper shooting across the river in the city
Apr
27
comment Why didn't Lucifer save the priest?
Lucifer's mortality is revealed to depend on the presence of Decker later in the series. He is clearly mortal when she is around but is still impervious to bullets when she is not.
Apr
27
answered Why doesn't Lucifer show Decker & Linda that he's the real devil?
Apr
19
answered Is Walter White's character designed so we will be sympathetic to him?
Apr
19
revised Is Walter White's character designed so we will be sympathetic to him?
improved grammar in title and text
Apr
17
awarded  Good Question
Apr
15
answered Who is Mr Robertson?
Apr
14
comment Question about Sicario interrogation scene
"Rape". Where did that idea come from? How do you get from the water jug to rape when waterboarding is far more obvious?
Apr
14
comment Do actors actually get to film in POV movies?
There are very few true first-person POV films (as opposed to "person holding a camera" films like Blair Witch Project). Worth distinguishing. Also, neither require much acting by the person whose POV we follow so why would an actor need to be the person filming?
Apr
14
awarded  plot-explanation
Apr
13
comment Why does Alice lie to Zoe?
@topher The lying is still consistent with the idea that she wants to put pressure on Luther's relationship with Zoe, foreshadowing Alice's own, later revealed, attraction for Luther as well as piling emotional pressure on him via his disintegrating relationship with Zoe.
Apr
13
answered Why does Alice lie to Zoe?
Apr
13
comment What is the longest timespan depicted in a movie?
There are at least two episodes of Dr Who that deal with vast spans of time. In one recent one, the doctor is incarcerated in a prison which takes him billions of years to escape having been repeatedly reincarnated by the prison. In another he takes the Tardis to the end of the universe accidentally. That has to be a long timespan, possibly in the trillions of years.
Apr
12
comment What was the first movie entirely shot from a first person POV?
Hardcore Henry is way more entertaining that the POV technique might lead you to expect. And it has already been imitated (despite only just being released in the UK) by Hard Line aka Dead Rush
Apr
10
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
8
comment What was the first movie entirely shot from a first person POV?
A good example (and I have seen it). But was it first and are there other examples?
Apr
7
comment What was the first movie entirely shot from a first person POV?
@Gandalf The question is about POV not about whether you get t see the protagonist So being themselves in a mirror doesn't invalidate the POV.
Apr
7
revised What was the first movie entirely shot from a first person POV?
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Apr
7
asked What was the first movie entirely shot from a first person POV?