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Jul
20
comment What language were the people speaking when chanting in The Dark Knight Rises?
+1 Interesting. I'm gonna leave this open until there's some hard evidence. Was the prison in Morocco? Also, to my knowledge, despertar is the Spanish verb for 'rise,' with despierta being the actual word for it.
Jul
20
asked What happened to Bruce Wayne/Batman's knee?
Jul
20
asked Why choose that birth name for John Blake?
Jul
20
asked What language were the people speaking when chanting in The Dark Knight Rises?
Jul
18
revised Why were Loki and Bartleby afraid of the Apostle in the film Dogma?
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Jul
18
answered Why were Loki and Bartleby afraid of the Apostle in the film Dogma?
Jul
16
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
16
revised In “Synecdoche, New York” what is the meaning of the character name Sammy Barnathan?
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Jul
16
accepted Why was Being John Malkovich based around John Malkovich?
Jul
16
asked Why was Being John Malkovich based around John Malkovich?
Jul
13
answered Is Katherine Hepburn's shaking real or acted in On Golden Pond?
Jul
13
revised Is Katherine Hepburn's shaking real or acted in On Golden Pond?
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Jul
11
accepted What inspired Elaine's dance moves?
Jul
10
asked What inspired Elaine's dance moves?
Jul
10
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
8
accepted Was Alfred Hitchcock a feminist?
Jul
8
comment Was Alfred Hitchcock a feminist?
+1 for many things in this answer, but broadly: evidence re:misogyny; Modleski's book; a refreshingly well-worded answer. I wish I could give more than just +1!
Jul
7
asked Was Alfred Hitchcock a feminist?
Jul
6
revised What is the cinematic origin (first use) of a “Fortune teller will lose powers after intimacy” trope?
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Jul
3
comment Does the single season of Flash Forward manage to finish up plot points?
@Valamas a related question on SciFi that may be of interest: scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/2578/…