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revised Why is the ending to the film adaptation of “Hannibal” completely different from the novel?
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revised Ending of Donnie Darko
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revised What is Harvey's purpose?
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revised How was the nuclear reactor failure simulated?
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revised Why don't Marty's parents ever mention how similar he looks to the Marty of 1955?
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revised Why does Harry only make use of time travel in The Prisoner of Azkaban?
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revised Why isn't Bruce Willis's character in the Sixth Sense self-aware?
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comment What is a “performance capture” animation movie?
discuss.area51.stackexchange.com/questions/2957/… as stated and based on other closed questions movies.stackexchange.com/questions/33/… movies.stackexchange.com/questions/53/evolution-of-aspect-ratio I think this should be off-topic or the scope needs to be defined in meta because this is a contradiction of the discussion that occurred in area51.
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revised Is the opening break-up scene in The Social Network intended to be humorous?
blink twice.
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revised Is the opening break-up scene in The Social Network intended to be humorous?
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comment Is the opening break-up scene in The Social Network intended to be humorous?
Well... it seems we are seeing something different. Saying why would assume the scene is indeed humorous and thus a reason the director made the scene this way. I am asking was the scene intended to be humorous? And if so how the movie elements (the beer, eating the bar food), context (the fixation on Finals), the emotion (the fact that Erica became increasingly annoyed) set the tone of the scene. If the analysis of the film's tone via movie elements is not a valid question, I will concede this question is not constructive. @Noldorin
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answered How credible is the ending of Collateral?
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accepted What fills the void left by the lack of character development in Inception?
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comment What fills the void left by the lack of character development in Inception?
You are right Robert Fisher has the most complete story out of all. I guess I am trying to point at the fact that we are ignoring why each of these characters need the money (other than Saito), how Eames is able to change character (even outside his own dreams) and no else can. The plot itself is interesting and the acting is good so yes we are drawn in to figuring out whether Cobb is dreaming or not or has been dreaming for the entire show
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asked What fills the void left by the lack of character development in Inception?
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revised In the movie “The Social Network” - which class is Mark sitting in when he falls asleep?
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