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Jan
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awarded  Enthusiast
Jan
15
revised Why would anybody pay the toll if an alternate road already exists?
fixed grammar
Jan
13
answered What is the extinction event?
Jan
11
comment What does the woman from the future mean when she says she's “in insurance”?
That's what I would think.
Jan
11
answered Why is Michael Mann's The Keep currently unavailable?
Jan
11
comment Why was non-linear narrative structure used in Memento?
As an aside, on some of the DVD releases there is the option to watch the entire film in chronological order - which turns out to be strangely dissatisfying.
Jan
11
awarded  Critic
Jan
10
answered Are the movies Dead Alive and Evil Dead related?
Jan
10
revised Are the movies Dead Alive and Evil Dead related?
fixed grammar and correction to question
Jan
10
answered Why does Watson call Sherlock, 'Spock'?
Jan
9
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
8
comment Did Guy Ritchie pay homage to Charlie Chaplin in the first Sherlock Holmes movie?
I did indeed wonder about this, but I'm not sure even Downey Jr has enough clout to push an expensive shot like this into the film. That said, I can imagine he and Ritchie discussing the idea together. Food for thought!
Jan
8
revised Did Guy Ritchie pay homage to Charlie Chaplin in the first Sherlock Holmes movie?
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Jan
8
asked Did Guy Ritchie pay homage to Charlie Chaplin in the first Sherlock Holmes movie?
Jan
4
comment What's with the “one-sided” dialogue scenes in Midnight in Paris?
Used to be live-action shorts - but right now I am knee-deep in a stop-motion film. These comments will self-destruct in 5 votes ;)
Jan
3
revised What's the title of this German movie about a couple moving in to a new house?
Spelling corrections
Jan
3
answered Were the 3 prequels intended?
Jan
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Jan
3
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Jan
2
comment Tron Legacy - Why Doesn't CLU Visit Flynn Earlier?
You make a couple of good points. I was referring more to the 'rear entrance' to Flynn's hideout in my answer, but the large, glowing plateau is a bit of an elephant in the room. I guess one could say that Flynn's ability to shape the grid and the landscape at whim could turn it into a sort of 'one-way-mirror', but at this point trying to justify the innumerable inconsistencies in this film is like trying to plug a sinking ship with jell-o :)