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Feb
25
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
24
accepted Prometheus: Why did the crew take off their helmets?
Dec
22
comment Breaking Bad: What's with Puerto Rico and Marie?
Thanks! Yes, I'm sure it wasn't completely meaningless, but I was anticipating comments along the lines of "Who cares?" and "It's doesn't mean anything!", so I thought I'd try and cut them off before they could whine :)
Dec
22
accepted Breaking Bad: What's with Puerto Rico and Marie?
Dec
21
asked Breaking Bad: What's with Puerto Rico and Marie?
Nov
24
comment How does Bane know that Batman is Bruce Wayne?
Explain: Talia was a child when she escaped the pit. Then she journeyed to find her father, who then rescued Bane out of the pit. Bane was excommunicated, and Talia then began hating her father. Only after this did Ra's train Wayne.
Nov
24
comment Prometheus: Why did the crew take off their helmets?
Now that's a good answer! I don't agree with you that it was a "mistake" to go to the planet, or open the doors, though. That's taking it to extremes. You may as well say it was a mistake to get out of bed that morning, or for Shaw to check her emails on the day she got the invite to join the crew. We're not talking about mistakes anyway, we're talking about illogical behaviour, so it's also completely irrelevant.
Nov
24
comment Prometheus: Why did the crew take off their helmets?
@Origin You're talking about drama, Shane is talking about logistics.
Nov
24
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
20
comment Why was the surgery pod configured only for men in Prometheus?
Given that Shaw asks for a Cesarean in the movie, there was no reason to change the pod's configuration from all genders to male only. Your answer literally makes no sense.
Nov
20
comment Prometheus: Why did the crew take off their helmets?
That definitely crossed my mind, but you'd think someone from the film would come out and say that. Also the helmets were complete domes of glass, with full visibility. I wonder if it was more to do reflections on the glass?
Nov
20
comment What is the significance of the narrator's fight and Tyler Durden's subsequent actions?
Interestingly, the fight where Jack beats up Angel Face leads to the creation of Project Mayhem in the book (it appears Fight Club isn't enough of an outlet anymore, so things are taken up a notch). In the film, it's because of Project Mayhem (and the sense of rejection he feels not being told about it) that leads to that fight.
Nov
20
comment How does Bane know that Batman is Bruce Wayne?
A more pertinent question is how everyone in Gotham City doesn't know. Gotham's First Son appears suddenly, back from the dead, at precisely the same time as a masked vigilante with a millionaire's resources appear on their streets. Some years later the same eccentric millionaire becomes a recluse... and Batman disappears from the streets. And nobody put two and two together?
Nov
20
answered Why don't Marty's parents ever mention how similar he looks to the Marty of 1955?
Nov
20
comment In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
@Oliver_C Yep, 'fraid so. BTW: It's clearly an attempt at shirking, as you tell by the way the students react to his request. If he genuinely cared, he wouldn't have escaped to his office when they grew upset at his suggestion. I hate to break this to you, but Indiana Jones is "honest, trusting and true" (as George Lucas described him), but that doesn't mean he enjoys grading papers.
Nov
20
accepted In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
Nov
19
comment In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
@Oliver_C You may not like it, but that's how he's portrayed. There is no indication in the film that this is an isolated incident, or he's feeling especially overwhelmed. It's not a serious scene, it's a funny one: He climbs out of his office window! I'm sorry if you don't like his character, but that's just the way it is. He ain't perfect!
Nov
19
revised How did Conrad come back to life after the gunshot in “The Game”?
Formatting
Nov
19
awarded  Excavator
Nov
19
revised Was “Licence to Kill” originally titled “Licence Revoked”?
Generally improved language and fixed typos