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Q: Why was Arwen given the credit of saving Frodo in the movie?

Dhanishtha GhoshThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring portrays Arwen, daughter of Elrond, saving Frodo from the Riders and summoning the flood-waters. However the book says (which I am currently reading) that it was Glorfindel's horse, Asfaloth, who bore away Frodo and outran the Riders/Ringwraiths. ...

 
1:12 AM
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Q: On what month is "the 14th" and how does it relate to the rest of the timeline?

Alex RSome key events of Tenet happen on "the 14th." There is also a reference to a party at the American Embassy in Ryadh, on "June 29." How do these two dates relate, and are there any other clues as to how far apart the various key events in the movie occur?

 
 
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9:04 PM
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Q: If they are telling the truth, does it have to be the whole truth?

EleventhDoctorWould I Lie To You? is a British comedy panel show. The teams compete as each player reveals unusual facts and embarrassing personal tales for the evaluation of the opposing team. Some of these are true, some are not, and it is the panellists' task to decide which is which. Sometimes a contestant...

 
9:56 PM
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Q: How realistic is this cut scene from Godfather 2 where Klingman is assaulted in his own casino?

releseabe I always thought this could have been included in the film. It is referred to in the conversation the senator has with Michael although it had not yet occurred but the senator knew of plans for Klingman to be removed. One might have thought that initial legal offe...

 
10:48 PM
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Q: Why Jules uses gay men to "conquer femininity"?

YasskierJules is one of the main characters of the Euphoria series - she is transgender (male to female), but it is implied that she went through with her transition and now no one, including homophobic characters, call her other than "she". According to her own words, she is trying to "conquer femininity"...

 

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