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Jun
1
comment Is X-Men First Class based earlier in time than X-Men Origins:Wolverine?
@TylerShads hahaha thanks, yeah I realise the controversy about posting a YA link, but it was quite an amazing one to find on thereā€”it has spelling, detail and all that good answer jazz.
Jun
1
comment Am I only missing nudity and violence?
That doesn't sound too bad. It would of been nice if they had elaborated on the whorehouse scene so I could know what they are talking about. The only scene in a whorehouse from season 1 that I can remember involves Theon Greyjoy.
Jun
1
comment Am I only missing nudity and violence?
In that particular scene you didn't see exactly what he saw, but you could hear it and saw them covering up afterwards, so it was obvious what happened.
Jun
1
comment Am I only missing nudity and violence?
heh I didn't know his name, but yeah he heard something then he got shoved.
Jan
2
comment Tron Legacy - Why Doesn't CLU Visit Flynn Earlier?
Okay must have missed that detail. But couldn't he have still traced Quorra's signature since it would seem like she had visited many times apart from the rescue. Not sure that I buy the hidden entrance part and it doesn't seem so hidden since it directly looks into the city and therefore it would be an obvious light source coming from the mountains.
Dec
8
comment Was Edmond Dantès Actually a Traitor?
I could be mistaken, but in the book I didn't think he collected the letter directly from Napoleon himself (wikipedia suggests this as well): "Leclère, a supporter of the exiled Napoléon I, has charged Dantès to deliver two objects: a package to Maréchal Bertrand (exiled with Napoleon Bonaparte on Elba), and a letter from Elba to an unknown man in Paris"
Dec
8
comment Was Edmond Dantès Actually a Traitor?
In the movie I thought they landed at Elba for medical attention and I didn't get the impression that the letter was premeditated. I could easily be mistaken though.
Dec
6
comment Was Edmond Dantès Actually a Traitor?
"In those time, treason, bravery, etc. were highly valued.", what do you mean by treason was highly valued?
Dec
5
comment Was Edmond Dantès Actually a Traitor?
@Pubby I have updated the question to state that it was the 2002 version. Sorry I didn't realise that there so many, only saw two movies on Wikipedia 1934 and 2002.