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Infinite resources mean infinite amount of being that want to deplete them. And because as Thanos know there are more and more beings who want to use them. So infinite resources but "eaters" is infinite plus 1 going to infinity. Borrowing through time is doing nothing because If you have two of things when you start using them and then go back to BEFORE you ...


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Thanos did not find out about parallel universe, only about time travel. Time travel would not solve the problem of finite resources in the universe. Also stealing resources would make people in other parallel universes starve, so it would be against his motive to help some people while making other suffer.


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An out-of-universe answer will be : To not show a bad example to the american spectators. To be clear, the movie came out in America and showing one of their character drinking below 21 will be a subversive way to disturb the audience, even if it's only showing difference between country you still need to be a good example for your own country. An in-...


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The answer to the question very much depends on the damage done. Reconstructive surgery is very much a thing. However, there have been a few successful transplantations. In April 2018, The New York Times reported that surgeons from Johns Hopkins, led by W. P. Andrew Lee, had performed the first penis transplant performed on a combat victim and the ...


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The cursed woman who wakes and demands food every night is the great grandmother of the lord Sarkar: Vinayak: She's Sarkar's great grandmother. I'm sure she knows something about the hidden treasure. Vinayak's mother serves Sarkar, and Sarkar is Vinayak's father. It seems that (among other services) the lord expects Vinayak's mother to feed the ...


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Because there is no reason to suspect murder. Yes, Russo had some more contact with Francis Underwood 'recently', but in the political circuit it's not abnormal for politicians to extend their network. It's certainly not abnormal for more 'senior' politicians to guide/foster more 'junior' politicians, so nothing suspicious there. Underwood's low or high ...


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In the MCU canon comic Thor: The Dark World Prelude Issue #1 we see the troll lords attacking the planet Nidavellir. Presumably either this was later retconned or Nidavellir refers to both the planet and the forge we see in Avengers: Infinity War.


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In the MCU, they are not mentioned, but in the comics, other dwarves live in Weirdworld Dwarves of Weirdworld: There are a race of dwarves that reside in Weirdworld. The Elf Tyndall of Klarn once lived with a warren of Dwarves who were besieged by the Night-Fangers. They sent him on a quest where Tyndall encountered the newly hatched Velanna. ...


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Hereditary is all about facing a destiny you can't escape from, and in that context I would say that: given that Charlie and Peter will be the next generation in charge of continuing to worship the cult, it's very likely that the grandmother would have prepared every single detail for this event, including the weird mats with their names on them. In the ...


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The Queen is killed off with a mysterios bug. It is called Triatoma infestans. They are commonly called kissing bug or barber bug in English and little blood suckers. They usually bite humans around the mouth and eyes, and usually at night. They can cause Changas disease. It starts mild, with possible fever and wollen lymph nodes, headches and were the bite ...


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The song that is playing over the final scenes, is "Gravity/Falling Down Again" by Alejandro Escovedo. And that's how it ends: with the sound of children's laughter.


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Perhaps the mind-control blood/serum works better on children/those of weaker mind? Indy was able to be "broken out" by Short Round quite easily, so maybe Mola Ram primarily used the serum on children who, even if partially "broken out," would be too terrified to fully resist anyway. Then, Mola Ram, in his arrogance, didn't think that Indy would be able to ...


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I think what she is asking is why did the husband kill Polly. If you remember he isn’t some mysterious man that just happened to axe her to death. Polly is the bride that disappeared. She does appear to be playing a version of hide-and-seem. Presumably looking for her new husband, but as she runs her hands against the wall she comes to an open space in the ...


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Just ordinary precaution would be quite enough. Nobody can predict future. Even if the killer did manage to kill everyone he intended, there is no way he could be certain before the fact. Any kind of unforeseen circumstance can arise at any moment, which can mess up his actions. He may stumble at a critical moment, miss the target, etc, whatever happens, ...


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She uses the plasma to activate the monomolecular sword that she gains in the film. The use of the other plasma outlets isn't shown in this film, but maybe later ones. Cameron has stated the desire to make two more films if the first one proves a commercial success. It's possible that the jets are there to augment speed/agility in the same way as Doc Ido'...


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Although they are Russo's words, I don't agree to their reasoning. I do, however, agree with their decision to pass on the symbol of Captain America to Sam. Bucky is fighting for the right side now but that doesn't absolve him of the crimes he committed. Him being brainwashed doesn't erase his sins. At the end of Civil War Bucky is still a criminal ...


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You are correct: at least 3 people (Jack Malik and the two strangers) remember the Beatles. Everyone else is in an alternate timeline in which John, Paul, George, and Ringo never formed The Beatles and never wrote any of the songs that Jack Malik remembers.


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You've described the premise of the movie: This is an alternate timeline where John, Paul, Ringo and George did not create a successful band and write songs. However, within the movie at least 3 people remember the original timeline (in which The Beatles wrote the songs, and John was later killed).


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Both facts are known In Avengers: Endgame, Steve Rogers is in a support group meeting for survivors and, if I recall the scene properly, the snap and Thanos are known. "The world is in our hands. It's left to us guys. And we got to do something with it. Otherwise... Thanos should've killed all of us." In Spider-Man: FFH, there are a lot of signs about ...


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Copying from my answer to the same question on SFF: Because Sam was the logical choice over Bucky Joe Russo explains it in the following interview. "It made sense that it was Sam," Joe Russo said. "I don't think that there were significant debates at all. Bucky is portrayed in the films as very damaged, and not necessarily the guy that you would want to ...


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How did Sapna become super rich, educated and well spoken in 2 years? First, remember our first introduction with Sapna was through Shalini's, memories and she never asked much about her so we never know how much educated she was. Shalini also being quite educated end up as a panchkarmi. And also speaking Hindi and English doesn't mean highly educated, in ...


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There's no indication he saw them. The script doesn't indicate anything of that nature. Just that he sees the building EXT. CONVENIENCE STORE Powell looks towards the horizon and up. There it is, Nakatomi, in all its gleaming glory. Indeed, when he gets there..there is no indication that anything is amiss other than a "disturbance call" Driving, ...


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Amazes me how many people who've watched it, miss the other big issue in it. Su-mi Is also the step-mother as evidenced by the interactions by all 3 females in same scene. Admittedly it took 2 watches for me to see it but it's obvious once you know what's going on.


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I believe Coach ryan hit the bullseye.. I also believe he realized after seeing the people on the cell phones everything was done to no avail. But remember though I kinda feel like he already came to that conclusion when his boss said they need to blow up 12 dam's to really make an impact. But ending the way it did for me is senseless unless later down the ...


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The ending of this was really f*cking with me last night and I finally think I've come up with some conclusions. Although, I do think the director intended to leave us in the dark so that we can speculate....and it worked! haha Here are my thoughts: Prior to walking into the camping store to apply for the job, he disassembled his phone and scattered it ...


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She killed them because they were loyal to Marko only (I wrote Mergo because of Bloodborne ahah). Hence, during the film there is a scene where there is a sort of vote, and the majority vote for Marko, making Mother Suspiriorum lose. In brief, Suspiriorum killed those who were not loyal to her, but to Marko.


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Here's a full-size view of the "boat": It's kinda blurry, but the red lines no longer really look like the word "Ahab". What's more, you can clearly see the words "Hot Chili" written inside the "boat". So what you're actually looking at is an advertisement for a chili restaurant; the "boat" is a dish full of chili, and the red lines are the heat coming off ...


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I haven't seen season 3 (yet), but I did capture two moments in S03E05 (towards the end) and E06 (at the very beginning): In this second shot, it becomes more obvious that the white hazmat suits are actually grey (the two guys in the center are wearing the suits with the masks taken off): I think the different colours could simply indicate levels of ...


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If I remember rightly, there is one colour inside while running and then when the reactor explodes the other colour comes running in. So my guess is that one colour represents "Scientists" actually working on the machine and the other is a "Recovery" team who come in to deal with any fires or...dead bodies.


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Doctor Strange had watched 14,000,605 possibilities and their was only one scenario in which they won.Let's assume for a moment that Dr.Strange did restored tony's wounds, and Tony Stark lives ... what would happen then? Tony is the 'Futurist' in the MCU and he can't help but keep thinking on how to make the world a better place but we did saw where his ...


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Throughout the movie, Flash is on Instagram, putting out stories of his day to day life to internet strangers. He wants to look cool, but he's seeking validation from strangers. He is craving attention from his "followers". That implies he isn't getting any from his family, especially his mother. They survived a traumatic & life-threatening battle ...


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Warning: TvTropes link ahead https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/LonelyRichKid While yes, it serves to generate empathy for the character, there's another effect. Flash Thompson was one of the snap victims who came back during the blip. We see this confirmed in the movie where Part of the movie deals with the theme of how people who were affected ...


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I don't recall anything explicitly said during the show about that (and questioned it myself). I have two theories; both rely on the fact that the transmission was detected on Dustins "Cerebro" 1.) The transmission intercepted two separate messages concurrently It was shown in S3E7 that there were Russians patrolling the mall. We had seen them ...


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The people needed someone to believe in after Iron Man's death and most of the other heroes seemingly going AWOL. Mysterio filled that void and gave hope to those who needed it. Taking that hope and smashing it to pieces by revealing what happened is only going to make things worse and perhaps turn the people on themselves. Therefore, I would speculate they ...


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Fury had, or could easily get, clear proof, but even after the villain's death he does not go public with the evidence. What is his reasoning for not exposing the villain? We don't know. It's possible that Fury/Talos is in process of revealing the truth about Mysterio or, perhaps, not. These things have to be spun/managed after all. Mysterio caused a ...


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I'm not 100% sure if it's only the fact that they didn't come back for the people in the water. It could also partly be a reference to survivor guilt (from Wikipedia): Survivor guilt (or survivor's guilt; also called survivor syndrome or survivor's syndrome) is a mental condition that occurs when a person believes they have done something wrong by ...


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Because Eitri's life was given to him by Thanos. Three hundred Dwarves lived on this ring. I thought if I did what he asked, they'd be safe. I made what he wanted: a device capable of harnessing the power of the Stones. And he killed everyone anyway. All except me. 'Your life is yours', he said. 'But your hands... Your hands are mine alone.' Source: ...


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He should have known that a single dwarf can operate the forge by himself, should Thor appear there, Thanos is always a few steps ahead of everyone else. Eitri didn't and couldn't operate the forge all by himself, Thor did a lot of the work with the help of Rocket and Groot even helped at the end. They simply wouldn't have been able to get the forge started ...


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That was to show how ruthless Thanos is: Unfortunately, Infinity War isn't particularly consistent with the idea of Thanos's relentless commitment to logically pursuing his goal. When Thor arrives on Nidavellir, for example, he discovers that Thanos has committed a horrific act of genocide. Where usually Thanos wipes out half of a people's population, as ...


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There are a few theories floating around and you're right that the ability to remove the parasite should have gone as well. If you remember when she removes the parasite she releases enough energy to shatter the glass behind her. It may be that she has reached her limit, or that she has worn the power down and that it needs to replenish. There is also the ...


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The purpose of the scene is not to explore why the chairman adores Bean. The purpose of the scene is to lend credence to the idea that Bean is an idiot whose employment is not endangered by his idiocy. Because the chairman adores Bean, whatever the reason may be, the chairman will ensure Bean's employment. It shifts the expectation of the viewer. The movie ...


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But do they know what happened to them in the last 5 years? Well, nothing happened to them in the last 5 years, and they are aware of nothing, so technically the answer is "Yes".


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Throughout the movie, Bell's character has been shown to be of a man who is surprised and sad to see the violence that humans can resort to now, sth that he's seen quite a lot in his job as a Sherif. Inspite of this being his job, Bell seems to be less determined to catch Chigurh but more determined to save an innocent (and comparatively far less of an evil) ...


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Just like @Paulie_D explained, it is a matter of feeling guilt. However, it was a little bit more complicated in the original comic: it wasn't as much just a sense of guilt, but a sense that you need to be punished for your sins. If you felt that you should be punished for your "sins", you were punished, in a way more drastic than displayed in the show. ...


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I don't think there are too many intricacies to it. Efraim learned about Henry's deal in the first place because their driver Bashkim had contacts to the Albanian ministry of defense (through his cousin, if I remember correctly). So the assumption would be that Efraim simply used these very same contacts to approach the Albanian government about a better ...


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Beck's plan was shared by his acolytes (henceforth referred as the "Mysterio gang"). The Mysterio gang was only comprised of former humiliated / dejected Stark Industries employees. Their main point of contention is that Tony Stark is remembered as a saint for his sacrifice as Iron Man against Thanos (getting whole street paintings, etc.), even though he ...


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Even though Peter transferred EDITH's ownership to Beck, he is still recognised by EDITH's integrated database as an owner/controller. We can infer two possibilities : Even if Peter said he was "transferring" ownership, it didn't remove his access rights to EDITH (and thus Peter can access it as will as long as he can put on the glasses) Tony Stark hard-...


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The other answers have outlined quite well how Lee was acting primarily out of anger and might not have thought everything through entirely or might not be entirely sure what exactly he wants. It's also clear, as pointed out in Johnny Bones's answer that he didn't even want his own losses back. He's offered it multiple times and says he doesn't care about it....


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Reese went to Hell because he felt he deserved it. It's not an issue of Good or Bad but guilt. As Lucifer explained to Reese... L: I have a story for you, reporter. One I've never told a human soul before. I take no part in who goes to Hell. R: Then who does? L: You humans. [CHUCKLES] You send yourselves. Driven down by your own guilt. ...


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He didn't want to let his house burn while the monster is on fire. It's not really a bonfire or chimney where the fire is in an enclosed case. It's in the hallway and due to that immense fire, it's really a matter of minutes his house gets on fire too. It was stuck in the trap while being on fire. So, putting the fire out won't let it attack them. They also ...


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