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Mar
7
revised What is it called when a movie breaks the illusion of fantasy?
there are many wikis, but only one Wikipedia
Mar
7
suggested approved edit on What is it called when a movie breaks the illusion of fantasy?
Mar
7
comment What is it called when a movie breaks the illusion of fantasy?
Shouldn't Tyler Durden know the answer to that question?
Feb
13
suggested rejected edit on Why is Snow a 'President' in the Hunger Games?
Dec
28
comment What exactly is 70mm print and why does anyone care?
I'm confused, you first talk about "more square" and then about "exceedingly wide". Are you saying that 70 mm is usually more square, but Ultra Panavision 70 is the exception and goes the other way?
Dec
12
awarded  Curious
Dec
11
asked Does Starling City have active subway or not?
Sep
29
awarded  Commentator
Sep
11
comment Ripple effect in Back to the Future saga
Because it made for an interesting story? I really don't think you can make any kind of time-travel story with people slowly disappearing logically consistent.
Jul
8
revised Inspector space time
fixed typos
Jul
8
suggested approved edit on Inspector space time
May
8
asked What is the symbol on front of the Bus?
Feb
16
revised Jaime's character change in Game of Thrones
fixed typos
Feb
16
suggested approved edit on Jaime's character change in Game of Thrones
Dec
6
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
13
comment What exactly does “one-bar fire with 50p in the meter” mean?
@NapoleonWilson Since Yes, Minister and Yes, Prime Minister is the same show (and since this seems to be a very rare show here), I thought they could share the same tag. And yes-minister makes more sense to me for that.
Sep
12
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
12
awarded  Yearling
Sep
12
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
12
accepted What exactly does “one-bar fire with 50p in the meter” mean?