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Mar
17
comment Do all of the Seinfeld episodes have a stand-up part?
The answer is yes.
Dec
13
comment Ending of The Child's Eye (2010)
Makes sense. Thanks for your nice answer, +1 and accepted.
Jul
16
comment What does the barkeeper say to James Bond (possibly in Turkish)?
Hi. I'm a Turkish member. If you can state the exact time of that scene, I can provide you with the translation.
Dec
24
comment Why does she give birth to a dog-headed baby?
Great answer. Thanks!
Aug
30
comment Cultural Basis of Asian Ghost Lady
Good question, +1. The first example that comes to my mind is Sadako Yamamura of Ringu.
Jul
17
comment What kind of voice recording machine was that in The Innkeepers?
In the film, they use it for hopefully recording the sounds of the ghost. I wonder if this device is realistic and used or not in real life (for other purposes).
Jun
30
comment How did Jim's mom die?
That's strange. Perhaps she didn't want to act in the movie and they just killed her in the scenario without a reason...
May
17
comment What happened at the end of The Grey?
I didn't know about that short scene as I didn't watch past the credits. Thanks for your answer.
May
16
comment What is the technique called when series of events in a film are played in reverse order?
Nonlinear Storyline is a technique where events are portrayed out of chronological order, but not necessarily with reverse chronology. So yes, your hunch was correct.
May
16
comment What is the technique called when series of events in a film are played in reverse order?
The correct term for Pulp Fiction is Nonlinear Storyline.
May
15
comment What is the technique called when series of events in a film are played in reverse order?
I was reading about The Betrayal and it leaded me to the Wikipedia link.
May
10
comment Ending of The Thing (2011)
@mmyers: I don't mean generalization. What I want to say is, if we consider the technology of that day, it is very successful.
Apr
26
comment Who's on the cover of this issue of Playgirl in 30 Rock?
If I knew, I'd type in :)
Mar
10
comment How could Eisenheim achieve those reflections on the scene in that era?
I am curious whether the reflections are reasonable. I don't want to believe it could be a goof :)
Mar
10
comment How could Eisenheim achieve those reflections on the scene in that era?
I think the question still fits Movies.SE. Would you mind keeping it open for a while to see the answers?
Feb
8
comment Ending of The Thing (2011)
Yesterday, I watched the original. It's a 30-year-old movie, but still a very good one.