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Sep
16
comment Man gives girl metal sword then fights with wooden sword
@JoelRondeau - we don't tag ID questions with their (potential) answer.
Sep
15
comment Man gives girl metal sword then fights with wooden sword
I would say this is the right answer, except for the 5 year part of the question. Its so close to this scene, I wonder whether the OP is correct about the amount of time that's passed.
Sep
15
comment Can I get the title of this horror movie?
Since this question has had a response in the last day with a suggestion - I'm going to leave it open to see if the OP responds.
Sep
15
comment Can I get the title of this horror movie?
@CGCampbell - the site is already on the path to graduation, that decision has been made. If you feel strongly about deleting untended and inactive ID questions that are 2 weeks old - then do flag them and I'll take a look.
Sep
14
revised Movie's name where arrow strikes girl's boobs?
deleted 7 characters in body
Sep
14
comment 1980's ish movie, man kills wife and police send in substitute
@SystemDown - to someone from the UK, Vicar can be synonymous with priest / minister.
Sep
13
comment What is the worst month to watch movies in United States?
You're welcome.
Sep
13
comment What is the worst month to watch movies in United States?
For what it is worth Neo - you are confusing normal users of the system who have powers to cast close votes with moderators. I feel I need to respond to your earlier comment "the moderators only spammed me with automatic responses" - the only moderator who has been part of this discussion did nothing of the sort. Please understand that most of the interactions with this site including re-editing, closing and opening of questions are done by other normal users of the system who have gained reputation here by asking and answering questions.
Sep
13
comment What is the worst month to watch movies in United States?
I have reopened this after its improvement and deleted the now out of date discussion.
Sep
13
comment TV show from the late 80s, early 90s about guy who dies and goes back in time to watch over family
@afeldspar - i've reopened so you can answer
Sep
13
comment Horror movie late 70's or early 80's
@afeldspar - I've reopened so you can answer
Sep
12
revised Aircraft passenger writes warning message on napkin
edited title
Sep
11
comment Wife of a rich man haunted by an undertaker who looks like her dead mother
@Mizunokoe - if you log in as your "Marco" account, you will be able to comment.
Sep
10
revised Young girl with scars on face
added 10 characters in body; edited title
Sep
9
revised Is Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) from Pulp Fiction the same person as The Bride in Kill Bill?
MIa is a cocaine user, she only *accidentally* overdoses on Heroin after mistaking the powder
Sep
8
comment Animated post apocalyptic movie with soldier made from decaying tissue
What do you mean by "a group that spoke in past and future at the same time but never in present" and "Ultimately they have agreed on a war speaking in present time"?
Sep
8
revised Animated post apocalyptic movie with soldier made from decaying tissue
added 17 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Sep
5
comment What does it mean for TV shows to be ordered?
Really "order" is just a common word in English for instructing someone to send you goods or services in exchange for money. As @invalid_id says, broadcasting companies are often not the production companies that make the shows. Another word commonly used (in the UK at least) is commission - a company will commission a show.
Sep
5
comment What does it mean for TV shows to be ordered?
This is really two questions - the first of which is the use of the word "order", the second is about how commissions for shows are grouped into series.
Sep
4
comment Movie about credit card fraud in Seattle, 1990's
Yeah - well FBI is kind of a universally known abbreviation. BOA somewhat less so, and Carder I had to look up.