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Aug
5
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
23
comment What is the biggest crossover universe in TV?
Sabrina the Teenage Witch? How is that linked?
Jun
11
awarded  Yearling
May
19
comment Why do Disney parents usually die?
I think that the removal of parental presence in Disney and Disney/Pixar movies allows the writers to show a greater level of struggle in the protagonists. Without parents to provide valuable advice and life lessons, the protagonist has to learn it all themselves; making each of their decisions that little bit harder, as they have very little experience to draw from. Therefore making them more rounded and believable as characters.
May
19
comment Why was Monica Geller overweight in her younger years?
On the back of this, it provides some background to her character. Provides a little information about 4 of the characters via flashbacks and serves to make her a more three dimensional character. She has a character trait, struggles with it and over comes it.
Feb
5
comment Why do some movies include only one instance of the f word?
I'll back this up with a comment about the writer creating the universe and the characters. If the writer doesn't feel that the character would use a F-bomb in a scene, then they wont write dialogue for the character, in that scene, which uses an F-bomb.
Aug
28
comment Was the character of Dr. Sidney Freedman created with Hawkeye's final breakdown in mind?
I agree with this answer. There weren't (and still aren't) that many shows around whose creative teams have extremely clear visions of how they want each character to grow and what they want them to become for more than a season; let alone a 10 season gap.
Jun
20
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
11
awarded  Yearling
Sep
25
awarded  Scholar
Sep
25
accepted Why the discrepancy between the sound levels of dialogue and music in older movies?
Sep
3
comment How does Quorra “escape”?
It's a stupid comment but, A 3d printer? I'm sure that (in universe) Flynn/Encom might have had the money/background to develop a device to compliment their digitising laser beam (it's been years since I saw the original, so I can't remember what it's called).
Sep
3
answered Why doesn't Bruce take a running jump when trying to escape from the pit?
Aug
24
comment Why doesn't Bruce take a running jump when trying to escape from the pit?
I seem to remember the whole point of the exchange (before Bruce made his final attempt) between him and the doctor was that he had to be scared to be able to make it out - Bruce had told his cellmate several times that he wasn't scared. Maybe the fact that he had to be scared meant that he had to walk to the edge and jump from there. The fear of not making it from a standing jump could have given him what he needed to make it. At least, that's my interpretation
Aug
14
comment Is K unfaithful too his youth love / love interest from MiB in MiB 3?
1) the girl he left behind? It's Agent O (watch it again and listen out for the banter that they exchange when Agent J wakes up at K's desk at MiB head quarters) 2) K is a stickler for the rules, when he is told that there is to be no fraternising, he doesn't fraternise. Even to his own detriment
Jul
25
comment Why does cheryl change her name often?
I think that it's as simple as it being a running joke. I seem to remember a line that goes something like "What are you called today, Cheryl?". This combined with her, obvious, issues just helps to explain that she's someone that you should be wary of
Jul
23
comment Why didn't they keep the brakes on when revving the Delorean to 88mph?
My guess is that it's related to the velocity of the car, rather than the speed. I always thought that the speed of 88mph had to be accompanied by a direction (Velocity is a Speed and a Direction), that's why Marty always had to drive the Delorean in a straight line.
Jul
12
comment Why is “Based on a True Story” used?
Because if they didn't put "Base on a true story" and claimed it to be a true account, but had made changes to the story to make it fit a 3 act structure more, then the people portrayed in the film might complain or file suit for defamation of character. I'm guessing that it's an essential legal precaution.
Jul
9
comment Why Reboot Spiderman?
Far as I'm able to tell (mostly from conjecture on The Internet) is that it's down to the licencing deal that Sony have with Marvel Studios. It's the same reason why Spidey wasn't in Avengers... Again, conjecture on The Internet is my basis for this comment
Jul
9
comment Why Reboot Spiderman?
"...keep the film’s creative integrity" BA HA HA HA HA!... Sorry.