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Coding Tiger, Hidden Debugger


Jul
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
9
comment Why are humans often used in movies irrelevant to the story?
@PeterRaeves - Sure they could do it without the humans, but it wouldn't be as powerful. Having a human dimension explains the existence of the LEGO universe and gives it purpose. Otherwise it would just be another movie riding on a franchise (like Smurfs for instance). And the only other toy that you can substitute LEGOs with are other brick systems, or the whole order vs. chaos motif is gone. The neat thing about the movie is that both the human world and the LEGO world explain and compliment each other. The LEGOs needed humans, just as the humans needed the LEGOs.
Jul
9
comment Why are humans often used in movies irrelevant to the story?
I'll have to object that the inclusion of humans in Lego Movie was irrelevant. The human side of the conflict was the story, and is what elevates this good movie into a brilliant one. Best one this year definitely.
Jul
9
comment What did the Meth Head think he was digging for?
One of my favorite scenes!
Jul
8
revised Looking for this movie about a purple potion
edited title
Jul
8
comment What were Norma and Gloria doing in the season 2 finale?
@DrRDizzle - Another clue I suppose is the ingredients. I remember seeing eggs and dog hair. The way the concoction was delivered (blown in Vee's direction) is another clue. And I guess if Norma was desperate enough to try making cyanide from apple seeds then she'd be willing to try the supernatural.
Jul
8
answered What were Norma and Gloria doing in the season 2 finale?
Jul
7
answered Is Podrick really such a good lover?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
answered Does Ofelia imagine drawing doors in Pan's Labyrinth?
Jun
30
reviewed Leave Closed The guy who takes over M's position in Skyfall, is he evil or good?
Jun
30
reviewed No Action Needed American / Canadian young man who leaves civilization
Jun
25
comment Why such a complex plan to smuggle the poison to the Purple Wedding?
@YungHummmma - In the show, Littlefinger explains the necklace part to her later, and in the books she figures it out herself. In both cases she is now accessory to murder for the simple fact that the kangaroo court of Westeros would believe she purposely smuggled the poison in. Putting the poison crystal in the necklace allowed Littlefinger to make Sansa part of the conspiracy without her knowing it.
Jun
25
answered Why such a complex plan to smuggle the poison to the Purple Wedding?
Jun
24
reviewed Looks OK Do “American” military movies generally profit outside of the US?
Jun
24
reviewed No Action Needed Do “American” military movies generally profit outside of the US?
Jun
24
reviewed Leave Open What is the main conflict/problem in “Sleepy Hollow” (1999)?
Jun
20
comment Why wasn't Arya left at the Eyrie?
@JohnSmithOptional - If he did ask who was in charge of the Vale they would've told him Littlefinger, who is under investigation for the murder of his wife. Besides, the Hound must have heard of Littlefinger's reputation and most certainly knows that it was he who betrayed Arya's father to the Lannisters.
Jun
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
19
comment Why wasn't Arya left at the Eyrie?
@JohnSmithOptional - Well Robin Arryn is just a kid, and Littlefinger is Littlefinger. The Hound isn't exactly known for his political finesse. He probably just saw a ready to take golden moment blow away, and didn't bother to look for another one.