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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
3
comment First movie where you hear breathing in a helmet?
@BobbyAlexander - mmm - I view trivia as more easily searchable stuff. Yes, this could be trivia, but by that measure so could a lot of the site. One could argue that this is a sound technique used to highlight their health (Vader), isolation, or exertion, or the environment that the character is in (space, underwater etc) - and an idea when this was first used might be of interest.
Sep
2
comment Who is this actor in the picture?
@CrowTRobot - ok, got to make a call on this. I've reviewed the meta on trivia, and like you I couldn't find him on IMDB either. Also the meta discussions on "identify this actor" by picture are inconclusive - some people hate them, but its far from being conclusive.
Aug
31
comment How was the effect of David Walliams finger being cut off achieved
They removed Lieutenant Dan's legs from Forrest Gump in 1994 with CGI, I'm sure they can remove Mueller's finger in 2010.
Aug
31
comment How was the effect of David Walliams finger being cut off achieved
And to prove it ... here is an article with a picture showing the finger was there in 2013 ... 3 years after the movie. huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/09/04/…
Aug
31
revised How was the effect of David Walliams finger being cut off achieved
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Aug
31
comment How was the effect of David Walliams finger being cut off achieved
I've edited the question, because clearly (the vast majority of) actors are not going to allow their finger to be cut off just for a movie.
Aug
31
comment How far ahead is The Great British Bakeoff filmed?
@MattD - in my opinion it is an answer, just with no references, or indicating any detail about what that date means for the question.
Aug
29
revised What happens to the Narrator's baggage in the movie Fight Club?
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Aug
29
comment What happens to the Narrator's baggage in the movie Fight Club?
@SonnyBurnett - you're right I shouldn't need to spoiler this.
Aug
29
comment What happens to the Narrator's baggage in the movie Fight Club?
@CayetanoGonçalves. Anyway - I really appreciate the question and I enjoyed answering it. This is my interpretation and I don't think the evidence of the movie supports anything more than this. Maybe others will disagree and put an opposing answer.