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Artist, filmmaker and traditional animator.

Eater of sausages and student of squirrels.


Mar
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on
Mar
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on
Mar
17
revised What did Coppola want to symbolize by the last sequences involving rogue colonel?
deleted 2 characters in body
Mar
17
answered What did Coppola want to symbolize by the last sequences involving rogue colonel?
Mar
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Director's Cut, Editor's Cut, Theatrical Cut. What do these mean?
Mar
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Movie where Peter Lorre asks, “Can I kill him? Can I kill him now, boss?”
Mar
16
comment Director's Cut, Editor's Cut, Theatrical Cut. What do these mean?
Oops - my bad ;)
Mar
16
comment Director's Cut, Editor's Cut, Theatrical Cut. What do these mean?
Other than wbogazc's neat answer, perhaps the cuts made for airline presentations might be included. Also known as 'neutering'.
Mar
16
comment Director's Cut, Editor's Cut, Theatrical Cut. What do these mean?
+1 for doing the digging :)
Mar
16
comment Movie where Peter Lorre asks, “Can I kill him? Can I kill him now, boss?”
For some reason I want to say it's from The Maltese Falcon (1941), but it's been a while since I saw it.
Mar
16
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
14
revised Ending of Chrysalis
spelling
Mar
13
comment TV series about a suburban town digging up a space ship?
This was my first thought too - +1
Mar
13
answered How did Shane and Randall turn so fast?
Mar
11
revised First Hollywood movie with “flashbacks within flashbacks within flashbacks”?
Formatting and proper English usage
Mar
11
revised What were the sea shells for in Demolition Man?
added 10 characters in body
Mar
11
answered What were the sea shells for in Demolition Man?
Mar
10
comment What is the name of this Vietnam War-related movie?
This sounds right to me. Distant Thunder is from 1988 and in the film, Ralph Macchio's character says, "This is what they do. Kill their selves by walking into trains?"