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comment Which song is sung at the end of “The Expendables 3”?
Neil Young's Old Man, which you can find both on youtube and through the soundtrack info on imdb. Specifically NOT submitted as an answer, since this is easily searched and answered by the original poster. Thanks for allowing me to do that for you.
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comment Expendables 2: Take a helicopter down using a motorbike?
Suspension of disbelief is a requirement to enjoy many films. Think too hard, and you enjoy it less.
Jun
29
comment Time taken assembling the meth cooking unit and again dismembering it in Breaking Bad
I second @hegemon - for the non-meth-professional-viewer, such intricacies are tedious. Plus, who wants to be the TV producer that exports such technical knowledge about breaking the law, to the world at large?
Jun
29
comment three films that I remember but don't know the names of
Please submit these as three (3) separate identification questions. It is unlikely a single responder would be able to close this question with the answer to all three simultaneously.
Jun
27
comment Kids lost on island movie title?
Think lost kids on an island equates to thinking of Lord of the Flies. I just don't remember an ice-skating scene in either the 1963 or 1990 versions.
Jun
24
comment Have any online-exclusive series won an Emmy?
Sorry I didn't make that clear. Additionally, the full roster per year is one click removed from this same page. It contains all the additional awards. I hate having become an instrument in a "search the easy stuff" resolution.
Jun
24
comment Have any online-exclusive series won an Emmy?
And, by a visual scan of the past 5 years, this seems to be the only one.
Jun
24
comment Have any online-exclusive series won an Emmy?
This chart shows the winners and the networks attached to each show.
Jun
15
comment Did Seinfeld ever collide with the boards while skating?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jun
14
comment Did Seinfeld ever collide with the boards while skating?
So any recorded film may have a scene with a collision of a skated actor colliding with a wall? Concious experience or not, this breaks down the qualities of your question, and you would like us to provide a matching scene and actor to support it?
Jun
14
comment Did Seinfeld ever collide with the boards while skating?
So, you're asking us to validate a form of ESP? If the dream journal were to support the Grassy Knoll Shooter theory, would the FBI/CIA be expected to be receptive?
Jun
14
comment Did Seinfeld ever collide with the boards while skating?
So you DREAMED this, and believed that someone would make a Seinfeld episode of it?
Jun
11
comment Female investigative journalist goes undercover in women's mental asylum?
Are you sure its a movie? This is the exact plot to the second season of American Horror Story.
Jun
8
comment 80s movie with a phone stalker
Remember that the Scream movies were parodies. While the scenes may be similar, the OP never indicated a comedy aspect to the correct answer. It is likely the original source for the parody is the intended answer.
Jun
5
comment 80s/90s action/thriller with a female lead culminating with a big fire
Was it Legal Eagles? IIRC, Daryl Hannah played an artist whose studio burned down.
Jun
2
comment Why did Furious 7 get an 'A' certificate in india but got a 'PG-13' certificate in USA?
Easy answer - public morals perceptions are different, and enforced to the standards of those countries' regulations.
May
31
comment Movie where older guitar player assesses that younger guitar player needs more soul
Near identical scene - Moscow on the Hudson, with Robin Williams on sax meeting a sax artist.
May
30
comment Variations of the same song
A very clear example is The Long Goodbye, in the film of the same name. John Williams (of Star Wars and Potter fame) created the title song, and it is rendered a number of times throughout the movie (via radio a couple times, live in the piano bar, live at the Mexican funeral, a bluesy rendition, etc.), different each time.
May
28
comment How does ADR work?
'Automated' is not equivalent to 'automatic'. 'Automated' indicates some processing took place to superimpose the newly-recorded words. There is some (little) expectation that it is seamless and undetectable. Maybe the detection you have is because TOO MUCH play was afforded the section making it seem too processed in the midst of the natural scene.
May
28
comment How does Ellen Degeneres manage such exorbitant giveaways?
According to paywizard.org‌​, she makes $70m a year. A large chck, seemingly generous once in a while, is good publicity, and easily affordable for her.