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comment Retrieving drugs from a sunken ship
Good call, but it could just as easily be The Deep (1997) which involves diving, sunken ships, drugs and sharks.. In fact, more likely given Into the Blue involved diving to an aircraft.
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revised Retrieving drugs from a sunken ship
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Jul
30
comment Ash in Alien cannot lie to humans, Yes?
Interesting observation. Will have to watch it again.. Having said that, adding 'yes' at the end of a statement turns it into a question (or challenge) rather than a simple statement of (supposed) fact. Can a question be a lie? (I know there is the phrase 'an honest question' but that is more meaning 'genuinely asked - really wants to hear what others think'..)
Jul
27
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Jul
27
comment How come the Omega remains dead after time is reset at end of Edge of Tomorrow?
.. Because the movie had a 'Hollywood ending'? There was really no logic to the fact that William Cage or Rita Vrataski had been resurrected from the final battle, or that William would have been thrown back in time to the nap he was having on the chopper.
Jul
26
reviewed Approve Movie with a samurai fight over a body of water
Jul
25
comment Why is there a supporting actress in every spy/special agent movie?
"There is always a supporting actress." What about these 'female action' movies?
Jul
25
comment Movie analyses in the form of commentary
I can't find where you asked a question. But I suspect that any question asked will be OT for an SE site..
Jul
25
comment Why do toys in Toy Story absolutely want to avoid interacting with humans?
Dogs don't tell tales (just chase them ..well 'tails' anyway).
Jul
25
comment Need to find a movie to face my Thalassophobia
This sounds a lot like Sanctum. The people concerned are exploring a cave system, most of which is underwater. Note that I while I don't consider myself to suffer from claustrophobia, that movie had parts where they were (under water and) in restricted spaces that made me feel slightly claustrophobic.
Jul
21
revised Movie 70's/80's/90's that ends in a train crash killing a guy - maybe he attempted suicide
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Jul
21
comment Was Louis Bloom a meth head in Nightcrawler?
See this Q&A which expands on the sociopath angle.
Jul
21
comment Was Louis Bloom a meth head in Nightcrawler?
No, his behavior can largely be explained by the medical classification 'sociopath' (AKA psychopath). Plus he seemed too concerned about money (for me) to think he'd be 'wasting it' on drugs.
Jul
21
comment Significance of the dancing balloons in Nightcrawler
Huh.. I did not notice that at first viewing! See also this image taken at 1:52:49 of both of the 'flailing figures' just before the screen grab you included. Got to admit that I took the uplifting classical music and serene scenes of LA at dawn to express Lou's satisfaction of.. Yes! Totally won than that one. But the 'flailing floppy figures' certainly underline it.
Jul
20
revised Child prodigy (idiot savant) that writes numbers in a book
Included comments and tidied, improved title
Jul
17
revised Which action movie is this?
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Jul
16
comment Help identifying a war movie set in a fort in the desert
Please accept the answer if it helped solve the problem.
Jul
16
revised Thriller where teens break into a house while the homeowner is away
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Jul
15
revised What did Ned forbid?
quote formatting..
Jul
15
comment What did Ned forbid?
I think it was "Having Catelyn stripped naked by a group of drunk, horny men attending the wedding service" that he prevented. He wanted to unwrap his 'prize' in private..