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In the continuation of this scene, Dr Jeremiah explains that difference: Dr Jeremiah: No assumption. Not at all. you misunderstand me, I said you are men of violence I'm not accusing you of being violent man It's quite different Please, please, edify us, Doc. You both served overseas Not much of a stretch, Doc. for all you know, we were ...


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He is obviously not Moriarty He most certainly is Moriarty. On the left is a picture of him, and on the right is the "chained guy" you describe: The Moriarty in Sherlock's mind palace appears to have lost his composure and gone a bit crazy, which is why they don't look identical, but to me they're still clearly the same person. Wikipedia and TV ...


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Wisdom they held, but that library contained nothing that the girl Rey does not already possess. This is a double entendre by Yoda. The figurative meaning is that Rey is already wise enough, perhaps due to her time on the island, that she does not need the books anymore. This meaning appears to be what Yoda intends because of the "but", and it makes Luke ...


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This is an homage to the real-life "Indian-head" test pattern, introduced in 1939 and widely used during the era of black-and-white television in America. The reason the man's head was included in the test pattern was to allow the tuning of brightness and contrast settings, either by broadcast engineers to ensure broadcasts were being sent ...


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Steve Rogers is more blue collar than Tony Stark, but that is not what the conflict is about. The conflict is about government regulation. Should there be a higher body that essentially has to sign off on everything the Avengers do? Tony Stark is all for it, because he believes that oversight is a benefit. It essentially absolves the Avengers from any ...


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The source of the conflict is two-fold: On Tony's side, the key line of dialogue is when Tony says to Bruce Banner, "This is the guy Dad wouldn't shut up about?" Tony grew up wanting to get more approval from his father, and Steve Rogers had that approval. Tony resents him as a result. Tony thinks that Steve got Howard Stark's respect without having to ...


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The line is a bit two fold: "The Aionomica, the Rammahgon, a dozen other mystic-sounding made-up names—the foundation of the ancient faith." ―Luke Skywalker It's referring to the fact that the 8 books Rey takes from the tree library are extremely knowledgeable books in terms of Force knowledge, including information on "Chain World Theorem" (The World ...


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I saw this question asked on the English SE (reproduced accepted answer below as a quote) which indicates that "Whelm" is simply no longer in use. In terms of Young Justice, it's likely meant as a joke/throwaway line to draw attention to an oddity of language rather than anything majorly significant. Whelm is labeled as "archaic" in NOAD, as it has ...


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Yoda: Wisdom they held, but that library contained nothing that the girl Rey does not already possess. This line by Yoda is a hint that Rey has already taken the Ancient Texts from the temple before it burnt down. We see them aboard the Falcon at the end of the film when Finn is looking through some drawers. And of course we see Rey has them in her hideout ...


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There are the Marvel series on Netflix: The protagonists from Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist join together on The Defenders, The Punisher spun off from Daredevil and they all share multiple side characters. And of course they all belong to and reference the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe.


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A little bit, but not really. The whole episode is paying homage to Tatooine and it is trying to mix tones between the prequels' and the original trilogy's Tatooine scenes. When we look at The Phantom Menace in particular, we have a film that is one of the lighter Star Wars films in the Skywalker Saga, panning to a younger audience, especially when you ...


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From Vulture.com: The amazing shot of Skyler reflected in the microwave was completely accidental. Gilligan admits not knowing he got it until the editor complimented it.


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I think the theme of the film is how precipitously the mighty can fall in the world being shown to us. You can end up an old man using a cane in a nursing home, estranged from your daughter or a toothless former boss dipping bread in frigging Welch's grape juice. And you also can be shot at a relatively young age or disappear. Very few mobsters end up with a ...


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First of all, the people that were searching the house were from Gestapo, not "German generals" - Gestapo was secret police that was tasked with controlling the population - "taking care" of people that were "undesirable" - political opponents, Jews, homosexuals etc. Captain Klenzendorf, who helps Elsa and Jojo is just a soldier. At this stage, he is very ...


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Despite being "oafish", Captain Klenzendorf knows that Germany will lose the war. He also has a soft spot for Jojo, which is reinforced at the end of the movie when he


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In addition to the double entendre mentioned in other answers (that Yoda knew that Rey had literally taken the books with her), and Yoda's belief that Rey would successfully learn to use the Force with or without the books, another interpretation is that Yoda believes that being a Jedi is more about character and intent than any specific scholastic tradition....


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Like the comment said, the happy ending is in his imagination. You can read this in an interview with Bong Joon Ho here. “Maybe if the movie ended where they hug and fades out, the audience can imagine, ‘Oh, it’s impossible to buy that house,’ but the camera goes down to that half-basement,” he says. “It’s quite cruel and sad, but I thought it was being ...


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According to Cuarón, the title of P. D. James' book (The Children of Men) is an allegory derived from a passage of scripture in the Bible. (Psalm 90 (89):3 of the KJV: "Thou turnest man to destruction; and sayest, Return, ye children of men.") James refers to her story as a "Christian fable" while Cuarón describes it as "almost like a look at Christianity":...


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Yes, they were paid, but they stayed in their previous living circumstances for a couple of reasons They were making great money, compared their previous income, but coming from modest means, they were still frugal in their lifestyles. They could have afforded to buy their own booze and drink it, but instead looked for an opportunity to steal from their ...


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Summary The Nightmare Before Christmas follows a very common trope called Home Sweet Home, but it does so in an unusual manner by making Jack initially bored with success, rather than having them be unsuccessful or an outcast. Stories like these follow a general progression: The character longs for something else The character goes out to find that ...


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This music box has a prominent rule in the protagonist's life. Hence opening credits are based on this box. It is the box on which Gautam's mother sang rhymes for him. It's linked to his happy memories with his parents. The protagonist in the movie Gautam (Mahesh Babu) is a rock star suffering from Schizophrenia. He imagines people talking to him even ...


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Earth-616 is the main Marvel comics universe (Earth Prime). Earth-199999 is the Marvel cinematic universe (MCU). Source: Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Volume 5


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Collider analysed it pretty well: The open door recalls an earlier scene in the movie where Frank is staying in Jimmy’s hotel room, and when Jimmy goes to bed he leaves the bedroom door open. It’s not an invitation—there’s nothing to suggest that Frank or Jimmy have romantic feelings towards each other—but it seems more psychological for Jimmy. ...


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A transcript I found online shows the full quote. It has Ever been on a plane and find yourself looking down at the armrest next to you, looking at the little plug where the ashtray used to go? I look at that and I say, "What the hell happened to this country?" Nanny state. I see a kid with a bicycle helmet on, I wanna smack the sh1t out of ...


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What the show is trying to tell us is that becoming a good person doesn't automatically undo the hurt that you have caused to other people in the past. That responsibility will stay with you forever, and there's not a single thing that Bojack could have done to protect himself against scrutiny. That said, in the specific context of the show, I recall that he ...


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Roma is the story of Cleo through her eyes. I do think the earthquake and forest fire scenes symbolises her state of mind. It shows all the turmoil in her life and and that she doesn't have a bit control over them. However there's another aspect of the movie. Roma is basically the memoir of its director, Alfonso Cuarón's own childhood and his city. He said ...


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