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Jul
23
comment Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
@AndrewMartin See that's the problem though if the question is closed or even shows possibility of closing then there is much less chance of it receiving answers. I do plan to post a meta question about this subject.
Jul
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revised Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
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answered Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
Jul
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comment Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
@AndrewMartin Alright how about I try to answer my own question and then you judge that as to whether or not it is too subjective.
Jul
23
comment How can Philip J. Fry be his own grandfather if he is sterile?
I actually think about the brain worms a lot.
Jul
23
comment Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
It is in essence a subjective question but I do think this one is definable and not open for debate but honest yes/no answers. To clarify because I don't want this question redirected, I am not just asking from the Directors point of view but I do feel his view would make a strong statement, I want an overall observation in retrospect of an event. I'm not asking if marketing took the wrong direction as that would be opinion only. It's not a simple question but the answer should not be completely opinion based but use logical statements from facts to support it's answer.
Jul
23
comment Did the marketing of Terminator 2 actually spoil the movie?
@AndrewMartin What's wrong with asking for opinions? I don't mean for it to be "opinion-based" but aren't all reviews and critiques of cinema opinion-based? This is a probably a question that should go to Meta but I hope it's not needed for this question. The article does a good job of using scenes from the movie to support it's theory. This is what I expect from a good answer to this question. Something ringing closer to an analysis than just an opinion. Asking for a quote from James Cameron if possible, I think clarifies that sources should be used to support any stated opinion.
Jul
23
comment Person buried up to neck on beach, chainsaw, footprints of invisible creature
This one becomes a good identify question because of all of the movies you have eliminated as possibilities. Good job!
Jul
23
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Jul
21
comment Is Chuck Shurley in Season 5 God?
user12826 is right it does state that on the wiki supernatural.wikia.com/wiki/Chuck_Shurley
Jul
21
comment Actor appearing in ITV (Uk tv) 118-118 ident
Ok so I applaud you for thinking to ask the source. Brilliant move. I am irritated though that a search on IMDB itself doesn't bring up Russ Tamblyn if you search for Ziggy. Amber Tamblyn's dad y'all.
Jul
21
comment Coming to America sparring scene; stunt men, or self-performed?
@MattD It's not exactly "taking you at your word" (which I've never really seen anybody have a problem with unless they are asking for proof or sources which this person didn't) if you watch the video it's fairly evident that an actual gymnast was used for the 10 backflips in a row and since Eddie Murphy doesn't have a professional gymnastic background it's more of a statement of logic. Unfortunately stunt doubles aren't normally noted for their work. Besides if Eddie Murphy could do that you'd hear about it in every movie interview he's ever done. It's classic "movie magic"
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reviewed Reviewed Was Zero Effect an early attempt to do a modern Sherlock Holmes?
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15
comment Why is it Okay for movies / TV shows, to show that their story is based on real events when it is actually not?
Possible duplicate of
Jul
15
comment Why is it Okay for movies / TV shows, to show that their story is based on real events when it is actually not?
possible duplicate of Why is "Based on a True Story" used?