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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
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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
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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.
Dec
3
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
Dec
3
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
Dec
2
comment In the movie “The Social Network” - which class is Mark sitting in when he falls asleep?
He doesn't fall asleep in the class.
Dec
2
comment Why don't Marty's parents ever mention how similar he looks to the Marty of 1955?
relevant meta discussion meta.movies.stackexchange.com/questions/53/…
Dec
2
comment To what extent were the actors in Wedding Crashers improvising?
@LaurentPireyn disagree actors improvise within their written script so releasing that information would be trivial.
Dec
2
comment Is there any definitive evidence that Teddy was or was not crazy?
Interesting, I will have to read the book @tony
Dec
1
comment What's the purpose of Aurra Sing appearing in Star Wars Episode One?
I suppose it was to make her known and then put her in some small scene with Fett's son for training But as we see later it doesn't happen. Cut in the script somewhere?
Dec
1
comment What is a “performance capture” animation movie?
Please see the following discussion meta.movies.stackexchange.com/questions/19/… and contest the current opinion otherwise this question might be closed.
Dec
1
comment Have rights disputes kept Skeeter out of the Muppet movies, including “The Muppets”?
Indeed, they did have a chance with Miss Piggy thinking of her and Kermit as kids to push Skeeter in youtu.be/npUdoua5JSs?t=52s in Muppets Take Manhattan @Abby
Dec
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comment Have rights disputes kept Skeeter out of the Muppet movies, including “The Muppets”?
No, I am going with Skeeter was excluded based on her previous exclusion from the Muppet Show and previous Muppet Movies. @Abby
Dec
1
comment Why the stoic acting style in 2001 Space Odyssey?
Ah, never thought about it like that.
Dec
1
comment Why did they change the location of Akira in the remake?
Hmm I could see that for a city not situated on a island nation. If a nuclear explosion were to happen in New York it would affect the surrounding areas of the U.S. Now who is going to intervene in battles in the US? The UN? sounds weird doesn't it? The plot itself would have to be changed.