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answered What is the reason behind choosing a different character for Legacy
Aug
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comment Looking for last name of bald, muscular, dead action star named Bryan
I already found him. It was Brion James.
Aug
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accepted Looking for last name of bald, muscular, dead action star named Bryan
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Aug
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answered Looking for last name of bald, muscular, dead action star named Bryan
Aug
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comment Looking for last name of bald, muscular, dead action star named Bryan
No, I already saw Glover in the list, but this one is American. I’m pretty sure this one also has a slightly pointer head than Glover.
Aug
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revised Looking for last name of bald, muscular, dead action star named Bryan
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asked Looking for last name of bald, muscular, dead action star named Bryan
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comment Movie with character named Toed?
It turns out that I was not thinking of a movie at all; the character I was thinking of was named Toede, but he is from the Dragonlance novels.
Aug
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comment Why is director's name shown last in the title sequence?
Bingo! That’s the real reason that the DGA rule exists. It’s the last thing you see before the movie starts. Conversely, the director’s name is also the first thing you see after it ends. Similarly, the writer’s name is the second-last during opening credits and second during end credits. Also, the actors are listed first during opening and last (before the main roll) during end. It’s all about establishing who is responsible for the movie in a memorable way.
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awarded  Cleanup
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revised What was the third gag in the “Reincarnation” episode of Futurama?
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answered What was the third gag in the “Reincarnation” episode of Futurama?
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comment What was the third gag in the “Reincarnation” episode of Futurama?
That’s what I figured, but what exactly does that have to do with anime?
Jul
31
comment Is Eisenheim's sword illusion realistic?
@iandotkelly, I never claimed it was a complete answer or enough to actually implement. It is just a general theory to explain most of the illusion. And, magicians are often quite resourceful and invent things for their illusions, so it’s entirely possible that a magician could have been the one to figure out a way to make a really strong electromagnet (like the make-shift one that Walt used in the recent Breaking Bad season premier).
Jul
30
comment Is Eisenheim's sword illusion realistic?
Yes, it is curious how he made it stand on end. Magicians can be incredibly inventive and frequently pull of tricks that look completely impossible (until you see how it’s done, then it seems to obvious).
Jul
30
answered Teenager gets girl to fall in love with him in order to get revenge on her
Jul
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comment Why didn't the fog enter the supermarket in The Mist?
I’m pretty sure that the mist did come in a bit when the windows broke, just not as a big, rolling fog, but rather as a thin veil that was dispersed by the AC. I’d have to check again, but I’m sure the color palette of the scene got a little faded once the windows broke. As for the loading-dock door, if I remember correctly, I think it did indeed seem like there was a barrier.
Jul
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comment Why didn't the fog enter the supermarket in The Mist?
The source of the monsters was never really answered definitively, only speculations about scientific experiments and such, but even then, it was not really supernatural, just alien. So I agree that there was nothing special, intelligent, or alive about the mist itself (I think the same can be said about the fog in The Fog as well). I can completely imagine and even feel the chill in the supermarket due to its air-conditioning, which of course would make the windows and air cold, causing molecules of water vapor cold and thus to condense outside instead of seeping in and staying aloft.