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revised Horror movie about a father killing his own son
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reviewed No Action Needed Why does Bill Cage wake up in the helicopter?
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revised What was doing the stinging in Maze Runner?
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comment The guy who takes over M's position in Skyfall, is he evil or good?
@DVK Sure, I won't argue about that (even if I personally refrained from up- or downvoting this one).
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revised What happens to the hard drive with agents' names in Skyfall?
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answered What happens to the hard drive with agents' names in Skyfall?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Swastika in Flashbacks (Manhattan)
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revised Does Marvel have full filming rights for all characters in Avengers Multiverse?
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revised Why is Spider-Man left out of The Avengers?
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asked What does Dennis' daydream tell us about him?
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revised Did Yona (Go Ah-sung) has supernatural / special powers in Snowpiercer?
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revised Why did Django kill miss Lara?
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asked Is episode S09E03 a comment on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's success at the awards?
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comment An old movie about a father who goes to the moon
Welcome to Movies & TV. You might want to add what "old" is and when you were a child. Or likewise what country it was likely from or any other details you might remember, if any.
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comment An old movie about a father who goes to the moon
Whoa, now Armageddon is already being called "old", I guess this applies to me then, too. But well, the OP didn't mention what "old" is and when he was "a child" anyway, so +1 for likely the correct answer (or the possibility for an interesting reference-style question if that's not the answer).
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comment In Fight Club is Marla Singer a second figment of Jack's imagination?
I tried to summarize the linked website a bit. It might still be a bit much (well, the site is really informative and there's few to strip) and it would actually have been better for the OP to summarize it a bit in his own words (which I did neither feel confident nor compelled enough for), but at least now I think it makes for an actual (and upvotable) answer.
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revised In Fight Club is Marla Singer a second figment of Jack's imagination?
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comment In Fight Club is Marla Singer a second figment of Jack's imagination?
First of all, I like both theories and their respective answers (and am not sure which one is true, but maybe this isn't the point anyway). In addition to that, the fact that Marla doesn't call him "Tyler" before he is already on the right track of discovering the truth might on the one hand be seen as a simple narrative coincidence, but might on the other hand fit to the theory of her being not real, since it is not before he himself gets the idea of being Tyler that "she" does even call him so and this might just be part of his mental discovery process.