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Oct
24
answered Last scene: a man is killed in his own dream and men in suits look over him
Oct
23
comment Why did Vincent Vega diss Butch?
Your answer above says "Vincent knew that Butch was a boxer who would be throwing a fight." I'm asking what evidence are you basing that on? Clearly Vincent knew Butch was a boxer -- but what evidence is there that Vincent knew Butch was going to throw the fight?
Oct
23
comment Why did Vincent Vega diss Butch?
How does Vincent know Butch is going to throw the fight? I don't think Vincent heard Butch talking to Marcellus.
Oct
16
comment Primer question to better understand the movie
@Cedric: Technically, I don't think the two copies of you would be a paradox in itself. The part where You A prevents You B from entering the box would be a paradox. But I'm not sure there's much difference between the two, as time travel is fiction. :)
Oct
16
revised Primer question to better understand the movie
added "such as..."
Oct
16
answered Primer question to better understand the movie
Sep
28
revised What's the significance of the roses on Oskar Schindler's grave?
deleted 4 characters in body
Sep
28
revised What's the significance of the roses on Oskar Schindler's grave?
added 303 characters in body
Sep
27
answered What's the significance of the roses on Oskar Schindler's grave?
Sep
26
accepted Who is the “I” in “I Dream of Jeannie”?
Sep
26
comment Who is the “I” in “I Dream of Jeannie”?
Thanks for the answer. I edited by adding the opening line from the song. The "light brown hair" part might also explain why the show's creator originally tried to avoid casting a blonde.
Sep
26
revised Who is the “I” in “I Dream of Jeannie”?
added lyric
Sep
26
asked Who is the “I” in “I Dream of Jeannie”?
Sep
20
answered Movie about glasses that can take you to a world of imagination
Sep
19
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
23
accepted What exactly was Delacort's plan?
Aug
21
comment What exactly was Delacort's plan?
Indeed it is easier to accept when I think of it as metaphor for documents like the Constitution, and those documents' propensity to be bent and twisted by elite leaders while the masses are powerless. Not to get political or anything LOL :)
Aug
21
comment Why don't they try to change the past?
The scientists wanted to kill Cole because he was rebelling, trying to stay in 1997. They also wanted to know who spread the virus. They suspected Cole was holding that info from them, so they tried to trick him into pointing a gun at that person. Actually Cole didn't know, but then Railly ran up and told him it was redhead guy. Jose heard Railly say it, and immediately faded away into crowd. Within minutes, the gun Jose gave Cole caused security to shoot and kill Cole.
Aug
20
comment Why don't they try to change the past?
They also needed Cole to end up dead, so someone had to kill him -- presumably not a time-traveler. Hence the gun was some ancient pistol that probably wouldn't work effectively -- but would still cause security to shoot Cole.
Aug
19
comment Why don't they try to change the past?
answering "why did they give Cole a gun" I think it was to see who he would go after. See this Q&A: movies.stackexchange.com/questions/4216/…