Is my point here valid, or we really have to stick spoliers in everything?
@PriestVallon, I do not think the spoilers are that necessary. It answers the question, and if someone reading the question would continue to read the answers, I do not think they would be concerned about it. Besides, if someone is interested in the question, before the trilogy is concluded, who even cares? — theUgyesterday
In chapter seven of the book — “Queer Lodgings” — Gandalf is about to leave the party, and explains the route the rest must take. When Bilbo inquires if there was some safer indirect way, Gandalf says “There are no safe paths in this part of the world”, and proceeds to enumerate the dangers, on...
@theUg - my opinion is that if you read a question called 'Existence of Sauron in The Hobbit' - and don't want to see spoilers about the story of the Hobbit or TLOTR .... then I would avoid reading the question.
Oh, by the way, I have another question. That Sauron question, I edited it, and it was put in the queue. Then few minutes later someone else edited it, and my work was wasted (it was better edit too, without typos that had to be corrected again). I thought SE supposed to show if someone else edits something at the same time.
In Demolition Man who is the daughter of John Spartan(Sylvester Stallone). I know his wife gone dead when he is frozen. But what happened to his daughter , is she Lenina Huxley(Sandra Bullock) or someone else? Did i missed something or its kept unrevealed?
In the movie Up, it is shown that Mr. Carl is using some sort of stick (I don't know the technical name of it) to walk with his legs. But later in the movie, he runs even jump with his legs, but earlier he even could not use stares, so he used an automated chair. So how is it possible for him to ...
Oh dear. As an animator I would watch it to deconstruct it, not just for storytelling, but for layout. It's a bloody amazing film, but I can see how it would get on your tits if you had to keep watching it.
@Mistu4u M:I 2 is terrible. John Woo really screwed that one up.
@TylerShads M:I 2, the film with Cruise on a mountain face, long hair, lots of Woo slo-mo shoot-outs, motorbike stunts, Thandie Newton being more wooden than a plank and Dougray Scott playing a crappy baddie (for which he turned down the role of Wolverine in X-Men - slick move, Dougray).
Although the old 'why did the chicken cross the road' theory is a mind-blower.
If you don't know it Mistu4u, the joke goes, "why did the chicken cross the road?"
"To get to the other side"
It's an example of a non-joke and there are many variations - however, if you read 'To get to the other side'" as meaning " to pass into another plane of existence - to die", then the chicken is essentially committing suicide to reach its 'heaven', and the joke becomes the deepest thing you have ever heard in your life ;)
The logo for Netflix's House of Cards shows an upside-down & mirrored American Flag with 0 stars on it.
What does this logo represent in terms of the show?
Is it meant to be symbolism with the themes of the show, or just simple dramatic flair?
The main promotional image of Netflix's House of Cards shows Kevin Spacy's character of Frank Underwood sitting in place of Lincoln on the Lincoln Monument against a silvery background:
What kind of message is this image trying to portray about Underwood and the series as a whole?