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accepted Would NASA have known about the oncoming debris in Gravity?
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revised Would NASA have known about the oncoming debris in Gravity?
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comment Is Amy right about Indiana Jones being irrelevant to the outcome?
Was it abundantly clear what was going to happen once the Ark was opened? Or was it unknown? I think this is completely relevant because while Indy may not have directly affected the fates of those unlucky Nazis, he did try to protect the world from the threat of the Ark and what it could contain.
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asked Would NASA have known about the oncoming debris in Gravity?
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comment Was 'The Driver' leaving the town at the end of Drive (2011)?
A real human being.
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comment How did Talia find her father?
I know everyone loves Christopher Nolan, but I think you can just chalk this one up to "plot hole". The fact that we have to infer so much tells me why it couldn't be anything but.
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revised What is the significance of a man sitting on the train engine in the last scene of “Live and Let Die”?
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comment Why do so many movies & TV shows feature recognizable, un-branded or re-branded products?
Read the quote above on product displacement. The extra fees are the fees it costs to include a product in a TV show or film if there is no product placement deal.
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revised Why do so many movies & TV shows feature recognizable, un-branded or re-branded products?
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answered Why do so many movies & TV shows feature recognizable, un-branded or re-branded products?
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comment What did Coppola want to symbolize by the last sequences involving rogue colonel?
The biggest clue that the first sequence is a flash-forward is the song playing: "The End" (by The Doors). It is the same song that plays with Kurtz is killed.