Tom Kidd
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Was using the Force Projection ability responsible for what happened to Luke?
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Something to note is that the first time Kylo and Rey do their force communication thing, Kylo at first thinks Rey is using Force Projection but then he realizes she isn't when he says to himself “You'...

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What makes The Shawshank Redemption so cinematically important?
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One other thing that's mentioned but understated in the answers above is that it was written by Stephen King and released at a time when movies based on Stephen King movies were usually horror movies ...

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How do they agree to believe the necklace might have slipped off Daphne's neck?
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My best guesses are that The two guards from Cartier are scared for their jobs and/or any other repercussions that could come from losing the necklace (i.e., Cartier thinking they stole it) that they ...

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Is there a categorization of Disney "classic" live-action movies similar to for animated movies?
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The term for the Disney animated movie is Disney animated features https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Disney_theatrical_animated_features They used to actually use the number in their marketing ...

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Why are the plot recap and opening title sequence of The West Wing in standard definition when the rest of the episode is high definition?
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In addition to the reasons jlmcdonald stated, I think part of the logic might be that sometimes the pilot recap contained scenes from the first season, even in the later seasons of the show, and ...

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Was Bartlet's multiple sclerosis 'disclosure' crisis merely a plot device?
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If I'm understanding your question right, you're asking why the issue suddenly became a big deal at this point in his presidency (about three years in). KRyan's answer is part of it but I think the ...

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Is an in-universe explanation ever given for why presidential elections are staggered differently than in real life?
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There's no in-universe explanation and it's just part of the issues of making a show about a fictitious alternate universe that's very similar to ours. And it's not as if they never state what year ...

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Was Dulé Hill appearing so briefly in The West Wing because he was co-starring in Psych?
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I think it had a lot to do with the departure of Aaron Sorkin. Sorkin wrote the first four seasons, then left the show after which it was written by other people. The end of season 4 is when the ...

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