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Question: At the end of the film, King Louis refers to the palace as Marie's "lime avenue." What does that mean?
Question: Would the fact that Leonard was overweight have even allowed him to join or be drafted into the military?
Question: What's the music the German band are playing at the end when U96 returns to port?
Question: When Cooper is walking into Murph's hospital room (when Murph is on her deathbed), why do her family members appear to completely ignore him? Not even a "hello" or any kind of acknowledgement of his presence. You would think that because of what he accomplished in saving the planet or the fact the he is the reason all those people in the room even exist would garner some type of attention.
Question: Why was Audrey so desperate to ditch the tracker that was put on her car? Wouldn't it have made more sense for her to lead the people following her to the airport? She was meeting her father after all, and once the people back at CTU realised that they may have stopped being so suspicious.
Question: What happened to Susanna's dog Fin she first arrived off the train with? (00:09:22)
Question: Why was the Walther P5 used in this film, instead of the PPK? Bond refers to it as the PPK, when he informs Q he 'misplaced it' but, the prop used was the P5.
Question: When Phoebe is on the phone with Ray, he mentions that the Ghostbusters fire house is now a Starbucks. In the post-credits scene, we see that Winston has purchased the fire house so the Ghostbusters can get back to business, but the fire house looks like it has been abandoned for several years and no other company ever took it over. Did I miss something here?
Question: In the Tosca opera scene, right after Bond walks away and sees Greene and his men in the lobby, it shows two scenes, one of Bond running around the kitchen and dining area shooting, and the other which I think is on stage. There are these men on stage with guns which start shooting into the grate below, including a quick clip of someone tied up and getting shot for real. Does anyone know what that scene meant? Is it all just part of the opera or were there really people being killed on stage?
Question: Even though it's not technically indicated in the film, I always wondered if the young blonde lady watching the spaceship shown for a few seconds in 1986 just before David returned to 1978 was Jennifer (the 12-year-old girl David had a crush on in 1978). She looks roughly 20 years old now herself and I thought that could be her just to show what she looks like now (maybe there was a deleted scene with her in it). Was this a correct assumption?
Question: Did Tina's opening memory of her father drowning happen before or after Jason being anchored to the bottom of the lake by Tommy? I know that they showed him in that scene, but that was for the audience's sake, letting them know that it was the same lake from 6. Was he there when Tina "killed" her father, or did it happen at a later time before Tina and her mother returned after all those years?
Question: Pardon me for asking a "what if" question, but this confuses me: what did Rose intend to do *before* the ship sunk? She had changed her mind about Jack, choosing him instead of Cal. However, she and her mother needed the security from Cal. They were in debt. Jack was poor. If Rose married Jack, Cal and his family would be offended by the broken engagement. They would not help Rose's mother. Would Rose just marry Jack and abandon her financially-burdened mother in New York?
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