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comment 1990s sci-fi tv show with invading humanoids and dull crosshatched eyes
Can you share some details that would enlighten the readers why this is the correct answer over the already-accepted one?
Jul
18
comment Who's this actor and what movie is this from?
Did this come off some contest?
Jul
11
comment Identify horror movie involving morphing furniture
The Haunting with Liam Neeson and Catherine Zeta-Jones has a whole house which animates, not just the furniture. Made in 1999.
Jun
24
comment A woman kills her friend's husband and feeds the body to a police officer
First thing I thought of was Eating Raoul with Paul Bartel. Close, but not that close.
Jun
24
comment Was Assistant DA Serena Southerlyn known to be gay before her exit on the show?
A March, 2002 episode "Girl Most Likely" concerns a rape and murder victim who tried to discourage her attacker through the assertion she was a lesbian. Serena was present to hear this but the specifics of her reaction are unclear, even though the camera was on her at the time. Elisabeth Rohm is either a very good actress, or a very bad one. Later through the episode, she argues about lesbianism, without making anything clear about her character. Again - good?, bad? character not fully gelled? I think the latter.
Jun
22
comment Which American film directed by Alfred Hitchcock shows a scene filmed in Mount Rushmore?
Google: "Hitchcock, Rushmore" - first link
Jun
2
comment What is the biggest crossover universe in TV?
The episode is from season 3 - if you watch the clips, you find George Michael planning a birthday party for Maeby, from her address book. Seeing as she's a fake TV producer in that season, it probably has Munch as a party attendee.
May
22
comment Does anyone know which movie has a clever retort about “Good Day / Good morning”?
Look at that! - Less than 12 minutes to a satisfactory answer.
May
15
comment Title of an action movie from late 80s, early 90s where Soviet is invading USA
Google 3 words: movie, soviet, invasion. Same result, 1st choice.
May
15
comment Title of an action movie from late 80s, early 90s where Soviet is invading USA
Just 2 words in google brings this answer up 1st choice: movie, wolverines.
May
9
comment Why did Maximus not return to his army camp when he escapes being murdered?
Is this really a plot inconsistency, or really just a discussion point for an alternate plot? This seems a bit broad, and opinion-based.
May
1
comment How did Jessica find out that Brody slept with Carrie?
Mistrustful women the world over all suspect female coworkers of sleeping with their men. With or without proof, makes no difference.
Apr
30
comment Why does FX's Fargo have a 1h13m airtime?
@jwodder - I don't know that that's a rule. It is certainly an accepted practice. Also, a network's product is not the shows, but the commercial time sold in the gaps. Longer shows contain more opportunity for money-filling gaps. TV is an ad-driven enterprise that uses story wrapped around the ads, not the other way around. It's the story that keeps the audience coming back for the money-driving commercials.
Apr
30
comment Why does FX's Fargo have a 1h13m airtime?
Art doesn't always fall inside the box. Why are Stephen King novels so long? Why are movies of varying lengths? Simply because, it takes as long as it takes, to tell the story. All art is not haiku, though all haiku are art.
Apr
29
comment Is God really a Red Sox fan?
I think if the joke was purely about Rollen, the bible would have been an unnecessary element. For me the Bible was intentionally added for the religious touch.
Apr
29
comment Is God really a Red Sox fan?
(To reduce the harshness of the above - trust me, I'm not a strident Christian...) This was certainly an intentional Christian message. See this Wikipedia page for this bible verse in other cultural references.
Apr
29
comment Is God really a Red Sox fan?
I'm of the opinion that this is not just 'some arbitrary part of the bible'. It is the foundation of Christianity, and is an easily-recognized embedded Christian message to the audience. It uses the correct bible citation, but changes to a humorous text to soften the religious message to those not in the know.
Apr
25
comment Find a movie I saw in the 80s
I'm glad there was an identification made before the question got closed.
Apr
25
comment Find a movie I saw in the 80s
I'm glad there was an identification made before the question got closed.
Apr
25
comment Find a movie I saw in the 80s
@user9271 - pay extra attention to the 14 day rule for closure of identification questions without sufficient detail.