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Apr
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revised What was going on with Tom Hagen?
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Apr
14
answered What was going on with Tom Hagen?
Apr
14
comment 80s or 90s action movie
If I understand your request, you want someone to name an action movie from the 80s or 90s with a character driving a brown jeep into a house and who had a shotgun. Forgive me for saying so, but I think you're going to wait a VERY long time for anyone to come up with any answers. You may as well ask which movie from the 90s some guy was wearing a dark suit walked into a building and also had a handgun. Unless you can come up with something a LOT more specific, I don't think anyone will be able to help you.
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
comment TV show from the late 80s, early 90s about guy who dies and goes back in time to watch over family
Thanks for not only posting the answer, but a video of the show. It's too bad I can only give you 1 point for your answer!
Sep
29
accepted TV show from the late 80s, early 90s about guy who dies and goes back in time to watch over family
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
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awarded  Good Answer
May
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awarded  Good Answer
Feb
10
comment I've never seen a James Bond movie, where should I start?
IMHO, almost every Bond film can be seen as the 'first' film without needing too much backstory. The only film that would confuse someone watching that film as their first Bond film would be Quantum Of Solace, as that film really is a direct sequel to Casino Royale. In every other Bond film where they reference something from an earlier film (like Diamonds Are Forever or the beginning of For Your Eyes Only), there's usually a brief explanation that would catch the viewer up with the rest of us. Though it's not my favorite, I'd vote for OHMSS - a good film that has elements referenced later.
Feb
5
comment Why blame Batman for the crimes commited by Harvey Dent?
@Cool_Coder, think about all the investigative journalism - both legit and not-so-legit - that we have in 'our' world. If someone wanted to start investigating Harvey Dent, they could have found someone who would have corroborated evidence against him, or found some of his fingerprints on Maroni's car... something, that would have linked him to the various murders. I think in general the Gotham press gave Harvey a pass because of the good he did and the fact that Batman can be used as a scapegoat. If Batman doesn't take the fall, Harvey eventually would have.
Feb
3
answered Why blame Batman for the crimes commited by Harvey Dent?
Jan
23
answered Why is Magneto not more powerful?
Jan
23
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
22
comment Why didn't Magnussen's bodyguards search Sherlock and Watson for weapons?
@Oliver_C John wouldn't have wanted to go to jail for the rest of his life and leave Mary and his baby without a husband and father. Sherlock had no such worries.
Jan
15
answered Why didn't Magnussen's bodyguards search Sherlock and Watson for weapons?
Jan
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awarded  Enlightened
Jan
8
answered Why didn't Locke say he saw the monster?
Dec
18
comment Why are some movies still shot in black and white or sepia?
One other film that was shot in B&W was my favorite film "Some Like It Hot". Allegedly, the reason this was done was because when Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis had their makeup on, it came off with a greenish hue when shot in color, so it was decided to switch to B&W.