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Apr
27
answered How can a studio make a biographic film like The Social Network?
Apr
9
comment “There are two kinds of people” quote
I didn't find it but have a look in these: tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/… danspira.com/meme-collection/… subzin.com/search.php?q=two+of+people+in+this+world
Mar
23
comment Which film was the first to show us the face of God?
And here's a couple of photos of Rex Ingram playing "De Lawd" in The Green Pastures (1936). IMDb lists 351 appearances of the character God, with seven from before The Green Pastures, but they're false listings: either it's just a lord (not The Lord) or someone's papa (not The Papa).
Mar
23
comment Why do so many movies & TV shows feature recognizable, un-branded or re-branded products?
In the last shot, you can see they even changed the apple to a pear on the top left of the PearBook's screen.
Mar
23
revised Which film was the first to show us the face of God?
Update link to point to the film's Wikipedia article, not the play's.
Mar
23
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Mar
18
revised “There are two kinds of people” quote
Removed thanks
Mar
18
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Mar
9
comment Why don't they align actor & actress names with their photos in film posters?
I had always assumed it was to create some sort "cognitive dissonance": you glance and recognise the face (or name) of your favourite actor, then look up (or down) and "hey!", the name (or name) doesn't match -- making you double take and pay more attention to the poster. Job done. Attention caught. But I guess you're right, it's all driven by money (contractuals). Some references to back up your answer: Posterwire.com, Straight Dope Message Board, Movie News, TV Tropes - Billing Displacement.
Feb
29
revised Why all the profanity in Deadwood?
added 286 characters in body
Feb
29
answered Why all the profanity in Deadwood?
Feb
20
comment How does Clarice know “Jack Gordon” was actually the real Buffalo Bill?
@Tshepang: I can't remember, but presume Starling showed a photo Mrs. Littman's face to Gumb. He didn't recognise her, and the first thing he asked was if she was "a great big fat woman". This isn't usually what people ask, and she knows the killer is interested in larger women, so this was enough to raise Starling's suspicions to find out more.
Feb
18
revised Movie asking the scientist what should be the color of the pill they have developed, deciding on orange/purple?
Formatting and spelling
Feb
18
revised How does Clarice know “Jack Gordon” was actually the real Buffalo Bill?
Removed unnecessary bold text
Feb
18
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Feb
18
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Feb
14
answered How does Clarice know “Jack Gordon” was actually the real Buffalo Bill?
Feb
14
revised How does Clarice know “Jack Gordon” was actually the real Buffalo Bill?
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Feb
14
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Feb
12
revised Unrelated Cast Songs for the Credits
Added year of film