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Dec
14
comment For Magneto, does being powerless mean he is innocent?
Firstly, Magneto is not Hitler. He's more similar to Malcolm X. Perhaps its different in some of the comics, but in the films he's been more of an anti-hero than a villain. The very premise of his leadership was that he was a mutant. With that gone, not only is he merely a broken old man, but he's part of the group of people that according to his ideology, were unimportant and not life that should be respected. Having been 'cured', he has no capability of going back and leading his crusade anymore, he'd be ostracized just as he ostracized Mystique.
Dec
11
comment For Magneto, does being powerless mean he is innocent?
True, but the 14th amendment goes on to say that any person, not just citizens, have a right to equal protection under the law.(edited answer to emphasize better) If that were not the case, I think a lot of people (in-universe) would not make a distinction between them for the matters of torture, so it would still be a major political issue, if not a legal one.
Dec
10
comment Why are there typically no more than 24 episodes in a TV Season?
Nope, lot of wikipedia and annoyed whenever only reruns are on :)
Dec
1
comment Why did Neo have powers in the real world?
Is there a specific scene you're referring to?
Nov
28
comment Talia and Bane age problems?
When I hear Bane say that, it seems to me that Bane is saying that Bruce is TRYING to fight as if he was still at the height of his prime, but doesn't have the physical capabilities to succeed in doing so.
Nov
28
comment Talia and Bane age problems?
Ok fixed. I couldn't find a line saying 30th in the video you linked, but I found a line in the script for it, so that's added. Takes a lot of the guesswork out of the timeline.
Nov
28
comment Talia and Bane age problems?
Ah yes forgot that part.
Nov
27
comment Were the 3 prequels intended?
I remember hearing that he had wanted to have Yoda fight (like in Episode 2) but it couldn't be done with the technology at the time. Also, around the time of episode 1-3 there was at least 1 (magazine, I think?) interview where Lucas said he originally planned a series of 9 episodes.