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You're forgetting one important character trait: Catelyn is a mother who would do anything for her children. First example from the show was her fighting the assassin barehanded who tried to murder Bran. Another example: spoilers if you haven't reached season 3 episode The Rains of Castamere So it isn't out of her character at all. She's thinking about her ...


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"am I just making more out of it than there is to it?" Yes. You are reading modern identity politics into a movie that came along well before that. I think Max just uses "white" as shorthand for "WASP." His victims are upper class, respectable people, who happen to also be Caucasian. If there's anything racial about it, it's ...


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Generally, I agree with OrangeDog's comment that we should check TVTropes. Specifically for The Hex Girls, writer Rick Copp said in an interview that he was inspired by Josie and the Pussycats. As for why cartoonist Dan DeCarlo decided why the band should have three members, I have not seen anything. As for why covens of witches (such as in Hocus Pocus or ...


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Yes, that is absolutely what it came down to. Jacob didn't want to end up like the other inmate that was raped, and you can hear his lawyer in the voice-over telling him what it takes to get through a Maximum Security prison sentence. After he gets into that fight, you see Frank telling him how being a "lone wolf" is dangerous, and how The ...


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It ties up the loose end of a plot device "We gotta discourage this sort of thing. Ya follow?" The major plot device of the film is that Lonnegan is a dangerous man that wants the grifters that suckered him out of $11,000 removed before anyone else finds out. That he manages to get Luther killed fuels the rest of the plot. We would not have a film ...


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