Yes, Pablo was hallucinating at that moment. We Know that Pablo and Gustavo were very close. Following is the conversation that happens between Pablo and Gustavo.
Gustavo: You'd have to be really stupid or have a lot of balls to sit here as if nothing's happening.
They're offering seven million dollars for your head, and you're sitting here like a ...
(Bluemoon has this spot on)
When Mal and Cobb both 'washed up on the shore' of their own unconscious, they were both aware that they were in limbo, which allowed them to 'act like Gods' and build their own world.
As the years went on, Mal decided to reject the unreality of their situation by locking her totem away in the deepest and most secret place ...
The only two reasons I can think of that would cause the dryads to forego this security measure, are
because Mousesack obviously has no intention of staying, as he is just there to take Ciri back home ("I've come for the girl"), and Eithné insinuates the Waters of Oblivion are for those wishing to stay indefinitely:
"All newcomers in the forest must ...
When he says "Lets see if you guys can do 90" and goes for 4th, he turns them on again, looks at the display and notes the dates are entered.
Nothing in the script indicates this, though it is not ruled out.
In the script it just says "Gauges and indicators light up behind Marty*s head, just as they did before Einstein traveled through time", not that he ...
From the script (pdf):
LIEUTENANT LESLIE (CONT'D)
If you do get shot, try to make it
back to the wire. We won’t come
after you, not until it’s dark.
And, if by some fucking miracle you
do make it, send up a flare.
So they are instructed by the Lieutenant to send up a flare if they 'make it', i.e. they get to the German line, which means that ...
Hammersmark is a public figure with international connections (more so than the average person). Given the nazi propaganda machine and things like the gestapo; it's more than likely that she is being watched.
If three strangers had shown up at her house, gone in, and left an hour later, that'd be highly suspicious to anyone watching her for unexplained ...
According to an interview of Casey Kasem that I read, the entire Mystery Inc. team is wealthy.
Scooby is blue blood old money. His family is pedigrees champion stock. But most of his money came from an eccentric dutchess who left her entire estate in trust to Scooby's family. As such, with all assets tallied, he is the wealthiest.
Norville "Shaggy" ...
Ronan is not immortal. As seen on this Wikipedia page, his powers are listed as:
Expert in military tactics
Skilled hand-to-hand combatant
Superhuman strength, speed, endurance, and reflexes
Utilizes Kree exoskeleton armor
Wields "Universal Weapon"
It mentions nothing about immortality, nor does the page for the Kree. ...
You can use the British Battle of the Somme from 1916 to get an idea of how combat charges took place in World War I. Ultimately, there was a fair amount of time before the first wave and the second wave. During the Somme the time between charges could as long as 45 minutes because each charge itself were so massive. This meant that troops in the first wave ...
He found peace in death.
The blue light was to "light at the end of the tunnel". It is never shown in the series what it might be nor was it mentioned anywhere.
Also the hollywoodreporter explains this in depth.
As for the enigmatic nature of Tyrell's final moments, bloodied but bending toward a great blue glow, the actor is just as confused as the ...
I agree with Silver Bebs, but I will add a few more reasons, based on my observations.
Vito was visibly shocked to see them at 1:03 and after they left the gay bar, he stood there pondering. He didn't expect them to be making collections there such late. It's very likely he wouldn't be able to think straight after that encounter.
As to whether or not they ...
I won't focus on the first question since it has already been answered.
Why impersonate Nazi officers?
In a Nazi-dominated France Nazi officers would have less trouble getting in and out of places without raising suspicions, having to show papers, and they would be considered a higher authority than any civilians of any nationality. This way the only ones ...
I guess it is the actual ending of the film.
In the end of Pet Sematary, Louis, Rachel, and Ellie are are all dead while Gage is locked in the car but the film does not show us what happens next.
The beginning is a hint to what has actually happened.
They were aware of the police but they were also in advantageous position. They can defend themselves on the court in many ways. (They may tell the judge that thieves blackmailed them with their family secretly or may tell thieves used psychological methods etc.) They was actually accepted the prison risk with the 1 million. 1 million is much money and it ...
My assumption is that they just wanted a map for the look and didn't expect anyone to really take that close a look at something that's on screen for maybe a handful of seconds.
Things like this happen quite often in movies, where they want something for a certain look but it has no real meaning otherwise.
I looked to see if perhaps the map had a tie into ...
It's never explained in the movie.
However, the movie shows Saito as being a very powerful and wealthy man as discussed here, so it would be easy for Saito to arrange for someone else to contact the father-in-law and give him Cobb's hotel number.
Unless the whole movie is a dream... But we'll never know that.