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1:23 AM
I wonder if the massage parlor club from John Wick is the same as the one from Walter Hill's Bullet to the Head.
 
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Q: Identifying the albino pirate in Pan (2015)

OmegacronI'm attempting to identify the androgynous albino pirate seen in Pan (2015). The character in question can be seen behind Peter during the "Teen Spirit" scene, and then again later entering Blackbeard's cabin while he's speaking with his second-in-command, Bishop. I know this person from somew...

 
2:18 AM
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Q: Why didn't Vito kill those two guys (Sopranos)

KyloRenIn this scene Vito bumps into the two guys from New York, I had always wondered why he just did not follow them and kill them so no-one would know he was there. even if one of the guys was a made guy, would it not be worth risk of it never coming out who kille...

 
 
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3:53 AM
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Q: What do the spear and watermelon jokes in "Airplane!" mean?

freeling10In the awesome 1980 comedy Airplane!, there are two jokes that make no sense and I've never been able to find an adequate explanation for them. Is anyone able to shed some light? Near the end of the film, Rex Kramer (Robert Stack) arrives at the control tower to help Ted Striker (Robert Hays) la...

Awwwww. The whole "surely" line was removed...it fit so well to the question :'(
 
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4:08 AM
Title looks better now.
 
Yeah, I guess. You would have to be familiar with the movie to get the "surely" thing. I thought that it was clever...but, well.
 
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oh
 
4:31 AM
It's not a big deal...like I said, only people familiar with the movie would get it ;)
I always thought that the spear represented "a long time ago" like a hunting spear that would be used a long time ago...as for the watermelon, I always interpreted that as just dropping something heavy "right down to the ground" I believe that McCroskey slams his hand on the desk as well when he's saying it. Great question, btw! Love the fact that you added "surely" in your question! Haha! — steelersquirrel 15 hours ago
^^
 
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4:49 AM
I talked to Napoleon Skynet's spy yesterday.
 
Wut? You talked to Bob?? Awesome!!
 
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Q: Why karl father went to switzerland in the movie "The boy in the Striped Pyjamas"

Dark ArmyIn the movie "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" Karl was telling that his father had left him and went to Switzerland. SO what was the reason behind leaving his son and moving away.

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Q: Help me identify this movie, please

IvanleeRecently i remembered a old movie that i saw like 7 years ago and i can't find it. Plot: The movie is in like a futuristic city where people use some devices in their ears and it turns to some kind of google glass where they can see anything, then in one scene the protagonist(girl) is in a car w...

 
5:13 AM
@steelersquirrel yeah he pinged him, mass hysteria
 
Hehehe!
 
@steelersquirrel Night shift or insomnia?
@MovieReel there is a tag already
@MovieReel and sound trivia too
 
5:29 AM
@AnkitSharma Insomnia. I'm going to bed soon :)
 
okay :D
 
I'm babysitting my dad tomorrow. I have him talked into seeing Blood Wars with me ;)
I went last week with a coworker, but I was so tired that I fell asleep like 10 minutes into it :(
 
@steelersquirrel finally
@steelersquirrel I never did that, even in the disaster films
 
I'm horrible at that. Napoleon will never forgive me for falling asleep during The Martian ;)
 
5:41 AM
0
Q: Have movies successfully defied pre-screening tests?

Tyler DurdenIn many cases movies have been altered after pre-screening tests. A notorious example is Little Shop of Horrors (1986). In the original ending, Audrey and Seymour are devoured and the plant takes over the world. Supposedly, pre-screening audiences did not like this ending so the studio redid it....

 
@MovieReel uhuuunnnn
 
@MovieReel This could be an interesting question if OP didn't hold such animosity towards Valley Girls and Santa Monicans.
 
5:56 AM
I still don't like it
 
I guess that it would be considered trivia or something?
 
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May 23 '16 at 16:13, by Ankit Sharma
@MovieReel How can we answer that
 
There are movies that are notorious for changing endings due to feedback from test audiences...
I only know of Fatal Attraction and Little shop of horrors like OP mentioned.
Oh...he's asking the opposite. Oh. My mistake. I misread the question.
 
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Jul 18 '16 at 11:42, by Napoleon Wilson
@MovieReel Because Roland Emmerich, duh!
 
6:34 AM
@MovieReel Like, totally.
 
@AnkitSharma Because it may turn into a "list" answer?
 
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Which reminds me this
Jun 29 '16 at 14:13, by Ankit Sharma
So what you expected in answer? If you want list doesn't that make it too broad? — Ankit Sharma ♦ 13 secs ago
After that, I avoided asking list questions.
 
6:50 AM
@AJ because it lands more into SFF land but now it's too old to discuss again
 
A J
Anyway, it was answered so case closed.
 
@AJ hmmm
 
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It seems like Walt will be the winner of Quarterly Bounty Reward. great
@AnkitSharma Can I undelete this one and make it a CW post?
 
@AJ I will not recommend that
 
A J
Why?
 
7:02 AM
It's a plain list question.
There will be multiple answer with none of them being a complete answer
 
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ok
> That's not really how ZAZ work
What is ZAZ?
 
I was wondering the same thing.
 
Isabelle Geffroy (born 1 May 1980 in Tours, France), better known by the nickname Zaz, is a French singer-songwriter who mixes jazzy styles, French variety, soul and acoustic. She is famous for her hit "Je veux", from her first album, Zaz, released on 10 May 2010. == Early life == Her mother was a Spanish teacher, and her father worked for an electric company. In 1985, she entered the Conservatoire de Tours with her sister and her brother, attending courses from the ages of five to eleven. She studied music theory, specifically the violin, piano, guitar, and choral singing. In 1994, she moved to...
She looks good
 
WTF does that have to do with what Walt said earlier? ;)
 
zaz*: verb. to listen to your headphones with the volume up so loud that people around you can hear your music
zaz*: Zaz is slang for anything cool. It is most commonly used for something awesome and/or cute.
**ZaZ**: German slang word used in a racist remark meaning "shit covered monkeyboy"
sheesh i thought i could smell shit and banana's its ZaZ.
 
7:08 AM
Oh! Oh! Oh! It's Zucker Abrams and Zucker. They are the filmmakers in Airplane! and movies like it...that kind of comedy.
 
@steelersquirrel lol, so I failed again :D
 
A J
Walt uses strange references.
 
That just occurred to me now...lightbulb over head moment!
 
Walt's joke always go over my head
 
@AnkitSharma Hehehe! No way! I loved your guesses! ;)
 
7:10 AM
there were 18+ ZaZ meaning too which I avoided listing here :D
 
Hehehe!
 
Now I am using this word at-least once somewhere or somehow.
Sound quite cool
 
@sanpaco Will you be putting together an answer, then? :)
 
@steelersquirrel no, I was just getting in touch with my inner valley girl ;)
 
@AnkitSharma The next time someone annoys you, just say "ZAZ you" ;)
 
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7:12 AM
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A: Do I need knowledge of American culture and history to enjoy Forrest Gump?

MichaelYou can certainly enjoy the movie without that knowledge, but you probably couldn't fully appreciate it as it was originally meant to be appreciated.

 
@sanpaco Hahaha! Gotcha ;)
 
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Who upvoted it? ^^
 
Not me!
 
A J
I have already flagged it.
 
I admittedly upvoted the pre-screening test one, but I would never upvote a crap answer like that one.
It continuously baffles me that people post an answer that already has a million answers and their answer adds absolutely nothing new or original...I don't get that at all.
 
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7:16 AM
They might be rep-obssessed .
Answering a question in HNQ would certainly give them upvotes and thus reputation.
Some new users think it's forum like Yahoo answers.
 
Goodnight everyone :)
 
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gn
 
@steelersquirrel You means 1000 times a day
@AJ gone
@steelersquirrel good night and go sleep now
 
8:17 AM
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Q: Why is there disclaimer about not accepting money from tobacco companies at the end of movies?

Pavel JanicekMaybe the answer is obvious, but still: I just finished watching Movie Gravity and at the end of the movie I saw this disclaimer: No person or entity associated with this film received payment or anything of value, or entered into any agreement, in connection with the depiction of tobacco pr...

 
8:57 AM
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Q: Old black-and-white political comedy about a young idealist running for Mayor

LorendiacI saw at least the first half of this movie (but not all of it) somewhere around 1994 or 1995, on television. But it was all in black-and-white, so I feel reasonably confident that it was made no later than the 1950s. (Possibly earlier.) I would call it a political comedy. English language; set s...

This is called mother of details ^^^
 
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@MovieReel KyloRen asked a question here
 
@DrRDizzle @John @Ixrec hello o/
@AJ Because The Sopranos is not science fiction and he did it before too for Breaking Bad and Gladiator
 
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@AnkitSharma already +1
@AnkitSharma I just know him because once I checked SFF newest questions and he was there like 12-15 times.
 
9:13 AM
@AnkitSharma Hi
Saw Live by Night last night.
Should have been called Sleep by Night har har har
 
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9:25 AM
@DrRDizzle Seems that's what you did during the movie. ;P
 
@AJ It's the first movie in a long time that I've genuinely regretted going to see. It's not that it's an awful movie (it's not a good one either), it's just that I'm a big fan of Affleck as a director and this ended up being really disappointing in comparison to his previous movies.
 
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ohh
 
@AnkitSharma Hello. Long time no see.
 
@AJ k
@DrRDizzle lol
@John You seems less active this days :p
@DrRDizzle ohhh
 
@AnkitSharma I have been active on Movie Meta. I stopped doing tag edits.
 
9:43 AM
okay
ufff boring all work day
 
That sounds like me. But it's bedtime for me. Goodnight to all.
 
Officetime for me too much pending work and no mood to do it
@John Good night
 
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10:02 AM
Yo @Walt
 
@steelersquirrel Oh, sorry. I thought it was a common abbreviation (it's even on Wikipedia)... apparently not. :S But I like your guesses too. And don't ask why they don't go by Abrahams and the Zuckers. These guys are weird. ;) [So weird, in fact, that one of them also somehow directed Ghost and First Knight.]
@AJ Yo :)
What's up?
 
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boring office work
Just like Ankit's
 
@AJ I hear ya :(
 
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I asked you to ID an animation movie.
I checked it and it was Balto. Thanks :)
 
@NapoleonWilson You probably wouldn't want to know what Hill's been up to recently... :/
@AJ Cool. Did you like it?
 
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10:06 AM
Yeah
Though I watched it in childhood.
 
@AJ Yeah, I don't remember much :/
...Of my childhood in general, actually :O
 
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Well, I'm 25. I still remember my childhood. I don't know if I'd still do when old.
 
@steelersquirrel They probably meant rifles? (Not an expert in anime, though)
@AJ Just what are you suggesting, you whippersnapper?! :P
I can still get jiggy with it!! ...Is that still a thing?
 
@Walt The Guardian - "Every single decision made by Hill is bad". Ouch.
 
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huh?
 
10:14 AM
@DrRDizzle Well, the guy's 75. It's amazing he's still working at all
 
@Walt Have you seen the trailer for Gold?
 
@AJ Here's me
 
A J
hmm
 
@DrRDizzle Yeah. McConaughey with an oscar-bait combover or something?
 
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@Walt My ID questions were about the movies I watched in childhood, except that one.
 
10:17 AM
@Walt Yeah, I've already written my headline for that review: The Wolf of WAUll Street.
Chemistry puns FTW
 
@DrRDizzle And they say my jokes are obscure? :(
 
SQB
For @steelersquirrel and other '80s lovers:
 
@Walt Yeah, my biggest concern is that no one will understand.
 
@AJ But I thought you did see Balto when you're a child... I'm confused.
 
@Walt ZAZ you
@AJ lol
 
10:19 AM
@AnkitSharma Good morrow to you too
 
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@Walt No, no. That one. I can't give a link to that one now as I'm at work.
 
@Walt lol
@SQB You mean not for me :P
 
@DrRDizzle You can just pander to the masses and go with the requisite The Wolf Of Bald Street
 
@Walt I might combine the two and go for The Wolf of BAUld Street, just to really confuse everyone.
 
@DrRDizzle Then spend the rest of the review explaining the pun and ignoring the movie
I'd read that!
@AJ OK, gotcha. And ditto. :(
(Though the linking policy here is not as strict)
I'll just get back to what I do best: Trying not to get fired
ttfn :)
 
10:25 AM
"You see, AU is the chemical symbol for the element gold, which is the susbtance this film is centered around. Additionally, Matthew McConaughey's character in this film is bald, so I've replaced the "a" in "bald" with the chemical symbol for gold in order to link the two. Finally, the film looks a like like Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, so I have replaced the word "wall" with my combination of "bald" and the chemical symbol for gold to make a three-layers deep pun. 4 stars."
Hell, I could go one further and call it The Gold of BAUld Street, but at that point we're just being silly.
 
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@Walt Just out of curiousity, what's your occupation?
 
@AJ fulfill godly duties
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@AJ He watches films 24/7, commits them to memory and then regurgitates that knowledge in order to answer ID questions.
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Lol
 
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Q: What was the method behind Graves' appearance?

user76639I've seen Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them but I can't recall if I assumed that Grindelwald had been using Polyjuice in order to take on Graves' appearance, a la Barty Crouch and Mad Eye Moody appearance, or if this was factually confirmed in the movie. Do we know it was definitely Polyjui...

 
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10:48 AM
@MovieReel FB question after a long time
 
@MovieReel need some editing
And I have seen similar question if not duplicate
ohhh that was related not duplicate
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Q: How can a witch/wizard disguise themselves, excluding Polyjuice Potion?

Ghoti and ChipsAt the end of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, there is a reveal I don't think Polyjuice potion was used, mainly because of the accent and voice differences (which in the movies have always remained undisguised when using Polyjuice), though I could be wrong, and we may find out it was ...

 
11:23 AM
@AJ Sure, what they said. ;)
 
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49 mins ago, by Dr R Dizzle
@AJ He watches films 24/7, commits them to memory and then regurgitates that knowledge in order to answer ID questions.
 
 
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1:00 PM
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Q: The OA last episode - FBI Agent's involvement?

TCassaReflecting on the final episode of the OA, in which French enters Prairie's house while her family are staying at a motel, to search for clues to her whereabouts. He discovers four books - a book on Russian Oligarchs, Homer's Odyssey, a book about angels, and one (I believe) about NDEs. When he...

 
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1:15 PM
@Randal'Thor is playing with Rubio. I wonder who is that? ;-)
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Q: Finding digits that sum to 15

rand al'thorRand and Rubio are playing a game in which they each take turns to pick a digit between 1 and 9, without replacement (i.e. all digits chosen are distinct). If one of them manages to get three digits which sum to 15, then he wins. If neither player achieves this, they both lose. Rand goes first. ...

 
@AJ You've been around on Puzzling recently and haven't seen Rubio?
 
@AJ maybe some A Wheel of Time character
 
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Rubio, Chicago, IL, United States
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@Randal'Thor not lately
 
@AJ That's the one.
 
A J
Did you check my rebus puzzle I posted 2-3 weeks ago?
 
1:20 PM
Normally these strategy puzzles have games between "Alice" and "Bob". To make it more interesting, I chose two names which start with the same letter, but contain A and B inside them ;-)
@AJ I've probably seen it. Linky?
(Also, why are we talking about Puzzling in the M&TV chatroom?)
 
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Q: First attempt at movie rebus puzzle

A JAs a first attempt at Rebus puzzle, here is an image containing rebus puzzles about movies. Have fun solving it. I'm also open for feedback. Though I'll respond them in morning.

@Randal'Thor I can chat in one room at a time.
@Randal'Thor I'd like some feedback.
 
@AJ Oh, nice. I hadn't seen that one before actually.
@AJ Very nice indeed. I like all of them except possibly "candyhere".
 
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@Randal'Thor Thanks. What about candyhere? That was the tough one.
 
@AJ A problem with it, in my view (bearing in mind that I didn't try to solve it before looking through the solutions), is that the words in the film title are sort of in the wrong order to match the clue.
If the title was "Hereafter Sweet", the clue would be perfect.
 
A J
Oh
herecandy could work too.
I suppose
 
1:29 PM
Sort of.
That's not perfect either, but it might be better than candyhere.
 
A J
Hereafter Sweet was probably giveaway
 
It makes more sense to interpret The Sweet Hereafter as "the sweet, after 'here'" than "the sweet, with 'here' after it".
Also, there's some good general tips here:
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Q: What are the tricks used in making a 'Rebus' puzzle?

ghosts_in_the_codeThere are quite a few ways rebus puzzles that hide a certain meaning. Some of them that I can recall off-hand are: Images - An image that just refers to what it looks like Placement - Placing a word above, below, in between, etc. another word sometimes conveys a meaning. Repetition - For exampl...

 
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Thanks :) I'll check it later. Gotta leave. Bye.
 
Bye!
 
1:49 PM
@AJ already seen and didn't got it :D
@AJ bye
 
@steelersquirrel What are you talking about? Noone slept during The Martian.
@steelersquirrel Blade Runner too, I think.
 
mornin
 
@NapoleonWilson Butterfly effect
@DForck42 good evening morning
 
@AnkitSharma My former colleague is a big fan of her and sings her to karaoke now and then. But well, she also speaks French.
@DrRDizzle Certainly not when you write it with a capital U.
@MovieReel Ouch, I can hear the spoiler screams from here.
 
@NapoleonWilson lol
 
2:02 PM
@AnkitSharma Well, it seems quite duplicaty indeed, though.
 
@NapoleonWilson Related not duplicate. As one is asking for all available option and one for specific case only. The newest one might fall under future event but JKR already answered it so quite valid
 
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Q: Diana name girl cheat on her husband

friendI see a video in video a girl name diana hot body cheat on her husband and have sex with other men "name of movie or video or link me or actress"

 
@MovieReel ...just no...
 
@MovieReel no thanks
@NapoleonWilson k
@NapoleonWilson you forgot to change it in chatroom
Yeah my fifth Revival badge \o/
Looks like I get one every year
 
@AnkitSharma lol
 
2:13 PM
@NapoleonWilson True, but I don't know how to differentiate it from the rest of the text otherwise.
 
@AnkitSharma Well, yeah, I never liked the older one, it's way too speculative and "universy", it would have worked much better on SciFi.
@AnkitSharma Meh.
@DrRDizzle Does that blog/twitter/whatever thingy not have markdown? :'(
 
@NapoleonWilson Twitter doesn't but my blog does.
At least, I don't THINK Twitter does.
 
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@AnkitSharma lol. I have three.
Once in a six month
@MovieReel You deserved -8
But who favorited you?
 
@AJ I did.
 
A J
To get notified of any changes
Hmm good
 
2:27 PM
To keep it under surveillance in general.
 
@AnkitSharma I've got 6 ;-)
 
I have 22.
 
@NapoleonWilson nice!
 
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@NapoleonWilson ok
I'm on Instagram now, but thinking what'd I do there. I rarely click pictures.
 
@AJ lol
 
2:42 PM
@NapoleonWilson I will get 22 in next 17 years
@AJ then start clicking but if you are going to share meme there then let me know ur ID, so that I can block you :P
I still regret asking my film within a film within a film?
Nobody understand it, nobody gave the right answer and I have to repeat same thing again and again
 
@AnkitSharma which question?
 
@AJ -9 now. It might break the DV record
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Q: What is the first occurence of film within a film within a film?

Ankit SharmaIn the Scre4m (or Scream 4) opening scene, So the above scene shows a film within a film within a film. If I am not wrong then this kind of scene is not new and I have seen it before. So I want to know which film or TV series is the first to show this kind of...

@iandotkelly Hello o/
 
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@AnkitSharma No I can do it here to annoy you . :P
 
@AnkitSharma ahh. apparently I upvoted it all those years ago. yeah, it's more obscure so I understand why it hasn't gotten a good answer
 
I use Instagram but not as much as those selfie freaks
@DForck42 That's why I regret asking it, I don't mind loosing all those upvotes but it have upvoted answers too unfortunately
 
3:01 PM
@AnkitSharma I don't understand the regret...
 
@DForck42 I regret that I asked a question which is to obscure to understand
 
@AnkitSharma I don't think it's too obscure to understand, I just think the premise is a bit obscure
ie, there aren't a lot of examples of a movie in a movie in a movie
while there are a significant amount of examples for a movie in a movie
 
hmmm
 
Are you only after examples where we are presented with the 3rd layer film as happening right in the frame, as if it was the actual film? I assume a 2nd layer film that has a film playing on TV in the background wouldn't count either?
 
@NapoleonWilson yes
 
3:16 PM
@AnkitSharma Would Killer Party fit? It's from 1986.
 
not seen
bit busy catch u all later
 
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Q: How are dementors born and propagated? Plus, can they die?

pieter-jan goemanMy question is very short; I don't think it's handled in the books or movies, but yesterday, I was wonderring about dementors. How are they born? Do they propagate like humans/animals? Also, can they die, and if yes, how? Thanks!

 
@AnkitSharma It's pretty much like Scream 4. Starts at a funeral where a daughter's attacked by her dead mom and then burned alive in her coffin. This turns out to be a horror movie that a girl and her boyfriend are watching at a drive in theater. The girl goes to get some popcorn and is attacked by her boyfriend who's now a zombie or something. But this also turns out to be a music video that the actual movie's heroine is watching on TV.
But second layer's a music video, so never knew if it counts.
 
@Walt sound way better then all existing ones. Is there any video to check it out of timestemp?
 
3:32 PM
@AnkitSharma You mean online? I don't think it's on Youtube but it seems to be on this site. Enter at your own risk. Anyway, it's how the movie starts. The first 10 minutes or so, I think.
 
@Walt Jesus man, how do you remember all this?
@Walt truly is a machine/God.
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@Walt k, will check that later(not sure about today)
 
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I urge you to look over on SF&F first for Potterverse questions...they have a much broader base for these detailed types of questions....but if you can't get any joy there or have something more speciific in mind we'll do our best to help. — Paulie_D 19 mins ago
 
@AJ yeah... I'm not a big fan of promoting a different site over another on the site that's being promoted away from...
 
@AJ too chatty, need to be flagged as such
 
3:45 PM
@AJ That on the other hand is less "ethical". Flagged as "not constructive" as explained here:
 
that's sort of mentality WILL kill expertise on this site
 
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A: What are our thoughts on the practice of using comments to direct users to other SE sites?

Napoleon WilsonWell, this site naturally has some overlap with other SE sites and the general policy is, that it is upto everyone's own discretion where he asks an on-topic question. So much to that. Now it can therefore happen that someone asks a question that has been asked and/or answered in some way or ano...

Advertizing related questions is perfectly fine. But saying "go ask on that other site first" is a huge no-no.
 
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That's why I thought of asking here before flagging.
 
@AnkitSharma If only it was just "too chatty".
 
It should be pointed to Pauline D too
 
3:49 PM
@AnkitSharma I just did so.
 
@NapoleonWilson sounds good
 
@NapoleonWilson yeah not constructive is better option
 
Anyway, he understood and it wasn't done for malicious reasons. So everything is settled.
 
A J
On the other hand, this question really show no efforts.
 
Well, I hadn't looked at the question at all yet. It's highly SciFiy indeed.
Albeit still on-topic.
 
3:54 PM
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Q: What was the grenade supposed to accomplish?

Oliver_C  In Sherlock: The Final Problem a grenade is flown into Sherlock's flat via drone, presumably by Eurus. But why would Eurus try to kill her siblings, and Watson, at this point? We later see all the elaborate things she planned at the Sherrinford prison and the Holmes family home, which neede...

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Q: The CROODS movie

jansheen DarbariIdentity this movie and earthquake in this film

 
@MovieReel What O.o, not thanks
 
@AnkitSharma yup
 
I don't even get what it's asking.
Apparently he already knows the film title.
 
It will break record of Diana ID question DV in no time
 
@AnkitSharma is that the one that was basically described like it was a porn?
 
3:59 PM
@NapoleonWilson Did croods film had earthquake? I forgot. Was not that landslide
@DForck42 lol, yes
 
@AnkitSharma Wut? I don't remember that one.
 
kutulumike missed the fun
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Q: Diana name girl cheat on her husband

friendI see a video in video a girl name diana hot body cheat on her husband and have sex with other men "name of movie or video or link me or actress"

 
@AnkitSharma lol, 10 downvotes,2 favorites?
miss clicks, maybe?
 
@DForck42 one is napolean, second might be @AJ O.o
 
@AnkitSharma lol
 
4:04 PM
2 hours ago, by Napoleon Wilson
To keep it under surveillance in general.
Mistaking favourites for likes is a common error.
 
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Q: Why are Sherlock and Mycroft written as snarky atheists?

EleventhDoctorThe TV serial Sherlock presents Sherlock and Mycroft as rather snarky atheists. From The Sign of Three: SHERLOCK: ... and contrast is, after all, God’s own plan to enhance the beauty of his creation ... or it would be if God were not a ludicrous fantasy designed to provide a career opportuni...

 
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Q: Cross-Site Duplicates - Ethics?

Paulie_DI've answered a couple of questions today which were cross-site duplicates (not by the same user) for questions over on Science Fiction & Fantasy. Now, I'm aware that there is overlap between M&TV and SF&F but I'm wondering about my ethical responsibilities here. I linked in the SF&F Question a...

 
@DrRDizzle Well, I made room for the really important stuff, like this. ;) At the expense of, you know, my primary education and junk.
@AnkitSharma I doubt it's the first example, though. It'll probably be some Godard nonsense.
 
@Walt WOW
 
4:27 PM
@Walt Yeah. I can't believe that I didn't know that already! I'm huge fan of their movies, especially Airplane! The lightbulb just came on when Ankit was "guessing" what it might be ;)
@NapoleonWilson I'm talking about when I saw it in the theater, silly bean! Not when you and I "watched" it ;)
 
I got it right away!
@steelersquirrel Ah, I see. ;-)
 
@steelersquirrel oh hai!
 
> Oh, hi Mark!
 
@steelersquirrel one of my fiancé's favorite words is zazzy
 
@NapoleonWilson That's because you're far more awesome and smarter than I am ;)
@DForck42 Hehehe!! It's so cool that you're saying "fiance" now!
 
4:31 PM
@steelersquirrel lol
 
@steelersquirrel fiancé.
Wait, fiancée actually.
 
@NapoleonWilson I don't have that thing on my tablet!
 
While nowadays both is possible, I saw a photo. ;-)
 
my browser just puts the accent on fiancé for me
 
...unless you were the woman in that photo, which might be entirely possible, too.
 
4:33 PM
Mine doesn't. I even tried to and I can't. Napoleon will just have to keep correcting me over it ;-(
 
But I'm sure you referred to "her" in the past.
 
@NapoleonWilson What in the heck are you even talking about? He's engaged to girl. Gheez ;)
 
@steelersquirrel Because a fiancé is a boy, and a fiancée is a girl.
Who's the English person here? ;-P
 
Argh! Like I know...I was engaged for like 2 seconds. I never got to use the word :(
I'm glad that you're around to set us all straight, though ;)
Now that I think about it, Rand set me straight on this a while ago...when I was engaged to a mango and would use that word. Oops ;)
 
@steelersquirrel he used to correct me too in chat and AJ too but now both of them lost all hope in me
@NapoleonWilson I had no idea about it
 
4:44 PM
@AnkitSharma I'm sure that he will continue to correct me ;)
 
I honestly don't care enough to correct it
as far as I can tell they pronounced the same, so...
 
@DForck42 You can't anyway.
 
@NapoleonWilson I meant my spelling of fiancée
 
Me too.
 
<confused squirrel>
 
4:49 PM
Gheez, I was just referring to the fact that it's too late to edit the message. Not that it would matter in the slightest bit, I was just joking around.
 
@NapoleonWilson He means that he doesn't care enough to correct it in the future, silly! You misinterpreted it ;)
 
@steelersquirrel I see.
 
blah
 
GUESS WHAT?!?!?!
 
What?
You have a fiancé? :'(
 
4:51 PM
I talked my dad into going and seeing Blood Wars with me today!
 
@steelersquirrel I haven't heard of that, what is it?
 
@NapoleonWilson Yes. I'm sorry that you have to find out this way...:P
 
@steelersquirrel Oh yeah, I read that already. Cool!
Has he even seen the previous films?
 
@DForck42 The new Underworld movie!!
 
@steelersquirrel ahh
 
4:53 PM
@NapoleonWilson Er, I don't know. I doubt it.
 
@steelersquirrel Well, he watches many cool things, though.
We'll probably go watch The Return of Xander Cage! next week. \o/
 
@NapoleonWilson What in the eff is that?
 
@steelersquirrel xXx 3, duh!
> Welcome to the Xander Zone!
 
I'm probably not gonna see that one
I do want to take my nieces to see Sing though
 
@DForck42 Cool! How old are they?
@NapoleonWilson Meh.
 
4:59 PM
@steelersquirrel 17, 15, and 12
 
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