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3:00 AM
@M.A.R. well then again, he was going to betray everyone to the Crystalline Entity, and he betrayed Data, and he was going to destroy the Federation with an army of Borg, so i think it's fair we betray him back
 
3:46 AM
The Warrior Queen of Jhansi is a 2019 period drama film on the 1857 Indian Rebellion against the British East India Company. The film has been co-written, produced and directed by Swati Bhise, with Charles Salmon as co-producer. The film was originally titled, Swords and Sceptres: The Rani of Jhansi. Devika Bhise, who also co-wrote the script, is playing the lead role of Rani Lakshmibai. In November 2017, Rupert Everett and Derek Jacobi joined the cast. Principal photography was completed in December 2017. == Synopsis == The film is a historical story of the Rani of Jhansi, a feminist icon in India...
Why making it now when India also just made a film about it but it's English film so might work for west better
Let's see how they make it
 
4:46 AM
I am curious to know
 
 
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7:26 AM
BY the speed MCU tag is going, it seems it can be no 1 tag here in some time
 
 
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9:27 AM
So, uh... What happened to Ash's face between 2013 and 2016, and between 2016 and 2019? Did 15 years of not aging finally catch up, and they had to replace him? Or just one too many thunderbolts to the head? — Chronocidal 58 secs ago
But the meme edited away :(
 
 
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11:36 AM
@AnkitSharma Especially if people edit it into irrelevant closed questions. ;-P
 
11:54 AM
@NapoleonWilson that was not deleetd so did
 
 
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Q: Why does Mark have to move to the Schiaparelli Crater?

Mary CobbWhy does Mark have to move to the Schiaparelli Crater? How does he get there, and what is the problem with that?

 
@AnkitSharma which one did India make?
I saw the recent trailer about syerra (or something close)
it's about someone with last name Reddy
 
@ankii Manikarnika
 
@ankii Uyyalavada Narsimha Reddy. He is the first person to rebel against the British even before the 1857 revolt.
 
@AnkitSharma ahh never believed that she could play that role.
 
@ankii not a Kangna fan. She scream more do less
 
1:57 PM
@NogShine you shouldn't see the edit history.. though I now know about Narsimha, partly because of the god
@AnkitSharma but I liked those two films of her and the Farhan from 3 idiots
 
Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy (died 22 February 1847) was the son of a former Indian Telugu Polygar who was at the heart of a rebellion in 1846, where 5000 peasants rose up against the British East India Company (EIC) in Kurnool district, Rayalaseema Region of Andhra Pradesh. They were protesting changes to the traditional agrarian system introduced by the British in the first half of the nineteenth century. Those changes, which included the introduction of the ryotwari system and other attempts to maximize revenue impacted lower-status cultivators by depleting their crops and leaving them impoverished...
 
@ankii which two films? I do like few of her films
 
I guess Queen is one of those two.
 
Tanu weds manu... queen... and a bit Simran
wtf, Simran has 5.3 on IMDB
I am never going to believe Bollywood imdb combo
 
@ankii it deserve wya better rating at least 7
@ankii 1st I liked not fully. QUeen I loved. SImran was good watch
@ankii good decision
 
2:04 PM
yeah to all 3. ;)
bye.. last exam tomorrow morning.
Might drop in around midnight.
See the comments under those videos. Exactly my thoughts. (unless they're trolls)
 
@ankii good luck
 
thanks! :)
 
2:18 PM
@ankii All the best
 
 
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Q: What did Tim Curry say in the movie Congo to Ernie Hudson after being insulted?

King of NESI've watched this on TV, and the line in question follows Hudson's remarks about Tim Curry's character doing a lot of good, but only for himself. Tim Curry's character says(what I think he says) "Shut up you fucking..." This line was on TV. like normal programming. Does he actually say that or is...

 
 
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5:33 PM
Finally, 6k on Meta SE.
 
@NogShine congrats
Tap-dick. Great preacher never disappoints
Lesson learned never mess with god
 
6:26 PM
kardasians ohh +1 preacher
 
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Q: Are there any versions of Titanic that have the scene missing from the theatrical release?

King of NESThere is 1 scene that was shown in advertisements where Jack hits what I'm assuming is Caledon(could have been another person in a tux) in a dark watery room. It was a stomach punch that caused the man to double-over. I watched this in several theaters, and I've never seen in it any version of th...

 
6:40 PM
@NogShine thanks... and congrats..
I awarded my first bounty to someone else's question, as I need the answer too
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Q: Improve file-info visibility in Finder's preview pane

James6MI find the file information in the preview pane is far more useful than the thumbnail. I wish I did not have to continually resize the Finder window or scroll the preview pane to see the info I'm looking for. As you can see below, the useful info is hidden in default size of Finder's new wind...

People would have rejected the edits I had made if they were in the suggested edits queue
but OP loved them
 
 
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@ankii take IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes ratings for anything that's non-English or doesn't get a wide theatrical releases in the US with a grain of salt.
Or two grains, just to be sure.
Metacritic, screw those. Their field of vision is limited from 30 to 50 percent.
WTH, I mean. The most terrible movies end up not doing so bad there, and the greatest movies are spared with around 70 percent there.
I and my brother even have this rule of thumb that if a movie's Tomatometer is 10 to 20 percent higher than the metacritic score, then it's a great watch.
I'd believe they are more diverse but they just feel like the 6-7 rating range on IMDB. People can't just make up their mind.
 
I dont know I people use IMDB for Bollywood, I watch them to be entertained, not to be moved, which is a basis of rating in English viewers
@M.A.R. I judge by comments under the trailer..
 

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