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comment Why did Daryl take the cash and jewelry?
Burning down the place was obviously representative of Daryl overcoming his past. I think that using the cash as a torch to light the place up was a component of that. As though he was saying - Silly Daryl, that's the old you...
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comment Man washes up on a beach without memory
Isn't there a famous unsolved case from maybe Australia about a guy that appeared on a beach with no idea who he is? Could this movie be based on that?
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awarded  Enlightened
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answered What happens to Wesley Crusher when he leaves with the Traveler?
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comment What is the reason behind choosing a different character for Legacy
It's just a little too unbelievable that an elite operative trained to recognize subtle nuance could be fooled by someone impersonating someone he knows so well.
Aug
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comment What is the reason behind choosing a different character for Legacy
I haven't read Twilight, but one of the plots of the books involves Bourne's archenemy getting plastic surgery so that he looks like his [Bourne's] most trusted confidant.... and Bourne falls for it.... it's miserable.
Aug
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answered What is the reason behind choosing a different character for Legacy
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comment What is the reason behind choosing a different character for Legacy
Bourne Legacy is not a prequel. The plot 'expands the conspiracy' after the events of Ultimatum and the timeline is supposed to be parallel.
Aug
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comment If you commit a crime your punishment is premature aging
Sorry. I haven't seen the movie in 20+ years and only recalled the accelerated aging component.
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answered If you commit a crime your punishment is premature aging
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answered Why didn't the fog enter the supermarket in The Mist?
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answered Is it historically true that Ip Man beat a Japanese General in a martial-art match?
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comment When/Why did American television change from primarily episodic to primarily serialized?
@wbogacz - I don't know if I necessarily agree on the distinction between 'connective tissue' and 'continuity.' All of these shows had long, multi-episode story arcs and references to past events. You could pick up any episode of The Cosby Show, for example, in a vacuum and be okay. As Cheers matured, on the other hand, you had story arcs surrounding, for example, the bar being sold. Family Ties had a whole series of episodes about Alex's speed use. But, I am nutty about ensuring I watch and read things in order, so I may have a biased memory.