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comment Any acknowledged consideration between the treatment of 'Gone Girl' in light of the Oscar Pistorious case?
@Walt That's the good thing with the questions here, they stay answerable until the end of time. Though, I'd at least assume the asker has seen the movie (by whatever means). That being said the question seems more after external information/acknowledgment about the production process, anyway.
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comment Where did the live ammo for the Missouri come from in the climactic battle of Battleship (2012)
Call me stupid or unattentive, but I don't even notice such things at all, and I'm extremely glad for that.
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comment Why does Professor X touch his head when using his abilties?
From reading the rest of the interview ("...and came up with the master-stoke of touching my temple! I went through three months of intensive training [laughs].l I hooked up with a couple of temple ninjas who were based out of Dagenham [laughs].") it seems pretty clear he was facetious. He is definitely not the first Xavier to touch his head, as Bill's answer explains, even if McAvoy might have come up with his own style of head-touching.
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comment Twenty-somethings and their lives during one night in a night club/rave where they work
Which of the different Spins is it, though? (I'd guess the 1st one, aka You Are Here, but am not sure.)
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comment What happened to Lazenby as Bond?
@CGCampbell I wouldn't see it that hard, though. Albeit having clear favourites, I still enjoy all of them now and then, it's James Bond afterall! ;-)
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comment Whats the name of this 2000's action movie set in the U.K.?
Don't forget to accept this answer if it is the correct solution to your problem.
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comment Can I get the title of this horror movie?
@CGCampbell I at least flagged this question for moderator attention for them to judge by themselves if further enlightenment of the users about the corresponding rules and their practical application is necessary based on the existing comment discussion.
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comment Can I get the title of this horror movie?
@CGCampbell Regarding beta-status, that is 1) not too much dependent on unanswered ratio at all (or at least not on the strict numebrs from the Area51 page) and 2) already a solved problem now that we're in the graduation queue and only need to wait for the design team to finish. As long as we don't completely screw up lately we technically are in the process of graduating currently (even if that "currently" is ~1y period for whatever reasons).
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comment Can I get the title of this horror movie?
@CGCampbell It seems only when the moderator inclined to do so returns from his summer-sleep. That being said I intentionally posted this comment under an ID-question which is actually of the better quality (compared to the average) regarding details, formal structure and responses from the (afterall registered and SE-knowing) asker.
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comment Can I get the title of this horror movie?
@CGCampbell While I'm not fond of ID-questions myself, I'm also not sure misinterpreting (though, I hope this misunderstanding to be unintentional) the rules existing for them and going postal with close-votes is the correct solution to the problem or overall constructive for the community's general well-being.
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comment Can I get the title of this horror movie?
@CGCampbell I'm not sure you have really got how this works. Unanswered ID-questions from unregistered users without noticable activity for 14 days since asking get eligible for deletion. This does neither mean any ID-question older than 2 weeks is to be close-voted. Close-voting and activity-based deletion are two entirely orthogonal concepts completely independent from each other. If an ID-question lacks details, it is closable (no matter how old), if it is inactive for 14 days and since asking, it is deletable. But close-voting any 14 days old ID question, is not the intended procedure.
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comment Film from the 80's (maybe) about creepy apartment block
Welcome to Movies & TV. Please keep in mind that chatter like "hello" and "thanks in advance" is considered clutter and highly discouraged. For more information see the respective meta discussion.
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comment What was Quint eating in the town hall meeting?
To me it really has the classic half-moon shape of an apple piece, including the color. The only similar thing would have been an egg, though I guess that would be lighter and in a different shape.
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comment What was Quint eating in the town hall meeting?
Hmm, looks just like an apple (that he probably just cut to pieces life during the meeting with his own proven jackknife).
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comment What was Quint eating in the town hall meeting?
Ha, when did that shark actually get a name (or maybe it's just too long I didn't watch that classic)? That being said I'd guess it's more the act of eating itself at such a meeting (and not so much what he eats) that makes him look cool/badass and indifferent to the whole meeting.
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comment What's the name of the song that plays during the plane scene in X-Men: Days of Future Past?
I'm not even sure what scene you're actually talking about.
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13
comment HIMYM Episode where Marshall starts to get attracted to his co-worker?
Don't forget to accept this answer if it's the correct solution to your problem.
Sep
13
comment What exactly does “one-bar fire with 50p in the meter” mean?
Since Yes, Prime Minister is called a sequel to Yes, Minister and also has a separate IMDb entry, I thought it would be more accurate this way.
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12
comment What is the origin of mimics in Edge of Tomorrow?
"But I can't remember from the movie that it explained..." - Because it didn't. "None of these are explained in the movie or may be I missed it." - The former is the case.
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comment Why don't more cops recognise the identity of the Man on a Ledge?
@matt_black The cops working for Englander simply did not see him. As Nishant writes in his perfectly correct answer, there are very few people who actually clearly saw his face and it isn't a big stretch that they were not that involved in the whole case at all, so only possibly knew him from news footage or office talk, and that was 2 years ago. This difficulty to remember for the non-ivolved is also shown when Det. Dougherty says something like "I knew I'd seen him before" when it's finally revealed, but you usually just don't expect/remember someone from 2 year old news footage.