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comment Why does T-1000 try to force Sarah Connor to call her son?
@Walt Wow, thanks! After getting 8 more upvotes on the answer over the last days, I was actually wondering which of the other fine answers you intended to award the bounty to. It produced a lot of possible reasons for why the T-1000 tried torture before emulation. :) I might just have to issue some bounties of my own. ;)
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asked How did they end up on the bus?
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comment In Fargo, why is the 180° rule broken during this scene?
"the show is great" I have the DVD of the movie.. am interested in checking it out.
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comment In Fargo, why is the 180° rule broken during this scene?
BTW - a tip: Add @FranciscoV. (or whoever, the @ is important) to notify the person of a new comment.
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comment In Fargo, why is the 180° rule broken during this scene?
What does Greta actually bring to the conversation? (Finding a script for the episode would be helpful for that..) It might be relevant if what she says 'throws the conversation off' or 'causes one of the other two characters to radically change their position'.. Sorry, I've not actually seen the series.
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comment In Fargo, why is the 180° rule broken during this scene?
BTW - I just noted there were 3 people in the described scene in quick succession. What I was reading suggested the 180° rule mostly applied to scenes in which a single clear line could be drawn between two objects, like two people, or two sides of the screen. Adding a third element to the scene would logically change all that, and the 180° rule would no longer apply / be relevant. (that's what I'm thinking, though I only heard of the rule due to this question!).
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revised In Fargo, why is the 180° rule broken during this scene?
added 80 characters in body; edited title
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revised In Fargo, why is the 180° rule broken during this scene?
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comment South of Hell: Car in Purgatory
In that case, I'd suspect that it was put on the car to cover the original sticker. Was the car featured in the show in a way that suggests it might appear again, or was it a 'one off'?
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comment South of Hell: Car in Purgatory
"What does the "D" sticker signify?" Dead? BTW - does the German sticker have a slight bulge on the left and two prongs jutting out below it like that one?
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reviewed Edit Movie about high school student and has neighbor
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revised Movie about high school student and has neighbor
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comment How did Magneto know Mystique injected the metal into Laurio's body?
I figure it started before he was caught, when he pulled Mystique aside and said WTE: "If I ever get imprisoned, follow these instructions.."
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comment Asian film, at the end hero shot in his back with arrows
Possibly Rashomon "The film is known for a plot device that involves various characters providing alternative, self-serving and contradictory versions of the same incident."
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revised Why did Walt tell Skyler he did that?
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