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Yes, in Greek mythology, the original labyrinth was built by Daedalus, on Crete, to keep the Minotaur (half man, half bull) imprisoned. This is likely where the idea comes from that labyrinths contain monsters. King Minos, for whom Daedalus had made the structure, later had him imprisoned in the labyrinth instead, and this is whence his famous son Icarus ...


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Jesse's escape was a central part of the climax of the finale of Breaking Bad. The story of El Camino is not about Jesse escaping physical captivity, it's about him coming to terms (as much as possible) with those he hurt and those he lost, before moving onto a new life far away from Albuquerque. Vince Gilligan hasn't explained why he felt he didn't need to ...


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Let's call it a 'misheard lyric' like they do with pop songs that people guess & blog the words to, without actual reference to the published lyrics. From a more reliable script & checked against the movie audio… "60 seconds. Can you see alright?" Link to more reliable script - https://jsherry.edublogs.org/files/2012/08/FC_script-1lv8zpi....


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The entire film series is (arguably) about identity, doubt and self discovery. It's also about fighting forces you don't understand alone - versus as a part of a team. Alice's initial discovery of her situation in the mansion with amnesia, and subsequent ambiguous and frightening discoveries, that lead her to a better understanding of her own past and it's ...


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Dr Strange will have seen that in every possible future, Thanos will gain all 6 infinity stones, and the only way to snap everyone back will be to gather the stones from history. Whatever happens, Thanos would get the time stone from Dr Strange, but the only way the Ancient One will hand over the time stone is if Dr Strange gave it away willingly. Therefore, ...


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I watched "the birds" many times growing up. I always sensed the movie was a statement about humans and their destructive abuse of the environment. The attacking birds saw the love birds in a cage as the final straw. Time to fight back! At the end, the birds showed compassion on the couple, child, and caged lovebirds because the point had been made....


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Goku doesn't want to be a hero in any situation and he doesn't want immortality. He always wants fights with strong enemies more than saving the world. Becoming immortal will ruin the feeling of his thirst for beating strong enemies as a martial artist. It's made clear in the original Dragon Ball series. In episode 146, when Goku is fighting with Ma-Junior (...


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