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comment Did Col. Landa actually recognize Shosanna?
Very good point in referencing it as one of three main interrogations.
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comment Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
@NapoleonWilson No I found an article that sparked an interest on a subject. I asked a question that I thought would be good for this site and community in general. I then felt I had to give an example on how the question could be answered without being completely opinion. In doing that I ran across the site that probably inspired the article since it pretty much copied part of jamescamerononline and just expounded on the scenes. The article made the statement that the marketing spoiled the movie the source never did. I don't agree with the article. I was wondering if anything backed it up.
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comment Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
@NapoleonWilson No it doesn't follow what Cameron himself said in that quote but it does follow what the website said about the writing intentionally making it unclear who the bad guy was at first. I had to make an assumption that even though it wasn't a direct quote that it was still correct. So the paragraph I wrote was a summing up of the information from the two paragraphs above it.
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comment Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
@NapoleonWilson I didn't conclude that from that statement. I came to the conclusion that it didn't matter to the director if it was leaked or known which Terminator was the bad guy. What mattered to him was by the end of the story you cared for the T-800. And as far as answering my own question in the comments Andrew Martin stated "I still don't understand how this can be answered without being subjected." I felt I had to provide an example since it couldn't be comprehended.