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Dec
29
comment Is there a hidden meaning in the Alaska sex scene?
It's a parody that has been used for years in various animations in the comedy genre.
Dec
22
comment Movie about army reserve soldiers on rotation and they are stranded with combat knives
Oh man that's the one! You are awesome. I have been trying to remember this for a good year or more.
Dec
18
comment Who is the guy in the Picture in Naked Gun 2 1/2 “Blue Note” jazz bar scene?
The link above anchors to the election defeat... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Dukakis#Election_defeat
Dec
13
comment Ending of Social Network
Not a problem just keeping it clean, the underlying message is being sent. You can always ask on Movies & TV Meta if you want.
Dec
13
comment Ending of Social Network
Yes, it is intentional.
Dec
11
comment Shutter Island - missing glass scene
@Stup Chuck gives him cigarettes (fire) on the boat, Teddy lost his pack, thus this is the start of the ploy to repress the fear of water.
Dec
8
comment Does it matter in which order I watch the “Man With No Name” trilogy?
Also do the same characters re-appear? The same actors do, but are they the same characters?
Dec
7
comment Regarding the immortality of the gods in Immortals (2011)?
@DForck42 I edited the title now. I think I am trying to get at their power. Within the scene the Gods easily hit the Titans sometimes many feet away yet the Titans only need to stab the Gods (anywhere really... leg, arms) to create maximum damage.
Dec
6
comment Origin: Spirits of the Past - Any ideas on who makes the 'phone call'
@Skud It falls deep in the ruins then it goes into credits. The movie is on YouTube legally if you would like to watch it again. youtube.com/watch?v=5jn69yXVasc
Dec
6
comment Why doesn't the reflection match the man?
@Flimzy Oh, I was referring the 4,5,6 events in the timeline above. Sorry about that. I guess difference in interpretation comes from the disconnect there. What actually happens to someone when they are disconnected from the Source code and life support? What does the freeze at the kiss represent? A lag in the program?
Dec
6
comment Why doesn't the reflection match the man?
@Flimzy we (the audience) should have seen Fentress at 4,5,6 to make it clear that this is no longer being thought of as Stevens in place of Fentress but Fentress with the permanent imprint of Stevens. Stevens the identity no longer exists, he is Fentress to everyone else from now on.
Dec
6
comment Why doesn't the reflection match the man?
@Unsigned Correct. He is not Stevens anymore, I am not sure how else to explain in it other than an oversight by the movie team. This change definitely was not made clear that he is no longer Stevens.
Dec
5
comment What detail should I be looking for in Leonard in Memento to determine the plot?
I tried cleaning it up for the OP let me know if that works @RobertCartaino
Dec
5
comment Is the movie in Skinner's Sense of Snow based off a real film?
Better to tag it around the lines film-adaptation or something like that.
Dec
5
comment Ending of Social Network
He knows she is far too integral?
Dec
5
comment Mark's development of character in Operating Systems
@RobertCartaino done. better?
Dec
4
comment What is Harvey's purpose?
As said on other posts, the spoiler tag is noise and said over by scifi it's really a meta tag. Almost every question in one way or another spoils the movie. There is already the spoiler syntax available to limit this from happening
Dec
4
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.
Dec
3
comment Is the opening break-up scene in The Social Network intended to be humorous?
I think it's okay to edit I am perfectly fine with it, the only possible outcomes are 1) someone edits the question to keep it on topic 2)someone closes and the question is deleted or we go back to 1).
Dec
3
comment Is the opening break-up scene in The Social Network intended to be humorous?
I gave an edit attempt just now let me know what you think. (You can also push a suggested edit, I should be able to approve your edit based on what the faq says) @Flimzy