Question: Why do some inmates wear orange uniforms and others wear light brown? This to show who's new there?
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Question: Is/was it really possible to smoke a cigarette on a submarine? (01:57:10 - 01:58:20)
Question: Did Evie actually love Tracy or was she just using her the whole time? Did she actually want to be friends with her?
Question: Why didn't Greg simply apologize to Mr. Beardo and explain everything to him?
Question: Maybourne threatens Daniel with a court-martial if he continues to disobey orders by helping the Tollan. The driving force of him helping is the idea that since he's a civilian he can't be court-martialed. But how accurate is that? Can a civilian who works for and/or with the military be court-martialed, especially if he or she has participated in military operations? The Stargate program is essentially a black-ops program and Daniel signed an NDA, so how could he ever face a non-military court?
Question: At the end of Jason Lives, Jason was chained at the bottom of Forest Green Lake, but in this movie the camp doesn't appear, and he is chained next to house, why is that?
Question: Joe Pesci figures out from the photographs that Marisa Tomei took of the tire tracks that his defendants' car couldn't have made those tracks. But Marisa Tomei didn't realise it before Pesci got her on the stand, even though she saw the pictures before Pesci did as she took them and had them developed and then only showed them to Pesci. Why didn't she realise this, was she just not looking as carefully as Pesci was?
Question: After they find the body in Asher's apartment, and the cops are securing the scene, Paquette says, "lab results for Acosta's DNA came in...he's clean" How did his DNA clear? It came back as James Acosta?
Question: What exactly did David transform into after biting into a cable?
Question: Why does Hulk agree to give David his power near the end of the movie?
Question: Shouldn't there be more people on bicycles? I think a lot of people rode bicycles during this time. At least in the Monterey area. Probably not on the farm as much. People became very car happy in the 50s. Also, the haircuts are very 1940s / early 1950s.
Question: When Little John is cutting everybody free from the gallows, he calls them milksops. Why was this word censored when it was shown on TV?
Question: How old is Toby's father? In the flash back it is 1954, and he looks early 20s. Making him around 65. Toby states his father "worked for Murder Incorporated" but that was broken up by the FBI in 1940. Could it be that Toby used Murder Inc as a catch all term for organised crime because it was something people had heard off (and less likely to offend than saying "the Jewish Mafia").
Question: Why did the businessman think he was going to get to his meeting late since first class was closed?
Question: Why didn't David simply turn around and go back home? The truck never turned around to get him, it just waited further ahead up the road. David even stated he'd never make his meeting now due to delays. Huge plot hole.
Question: When Tina enters the bank, with the camera in her purse, why does she walk away from Charlie and ask Stanley to help her? She came there to film the inside, and she doesn't know Stanley. Why does she care if Charlie or Stanley helps?
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