After watching JFK several times, I developed an elaborate theory that it was Lee Harvey Oswald. »
She did great work on Breaking Bad, but her triumph is Walking Dead's "Pretty Much Dead Already."
As impressive as it is to contribute the best episodes of a good show, it's even more impressive to rescue the Sophia storyline in such a compelling way that it's still resonating years later. »
You've disproved Bell's Inequality? Or at least shown it to be inapplicable to its problem space? That's great, when do you publish and who will be reviewing your work? »
Having only seen the film a half dozen times, I'm not quite clear on what the Joker's plan was in Dark Knight, but I'm sure it qualifies. »
"The two were supposedly married by the Pharaoh of Egypt and had two sons."
Really? Married by the Pharaoh were they? Funny thing about that...there were no more Pharaohs in Jesus' time. Egypt was a Roman province for two and half decades before Jesus was even born.
After that, Augustus and the subsequent Emperors were… »
There are a lot of examples like 6 in TNG, though I agree the warp speed limit was among the more egregious. They, in fact, completely undermine the whole bacon-fisted point by shrugging it off as having been solved before it became an inconvenience. If we're supposed to see this as an analogy to the balance between… »
A bit of political content? Sagan added not only warnings about global warming, but also whole monologues about nuclear disarmament. It was just as "political." In fact, his entire motive for making Cosmos was that scientists weren't being political enough in promoting facts over nationalistic propaganda.
Also, there's… »
Problem is, there is no preferred frame of reference. If you have two planets in otherwise empty space moving at constant speed with relation to each other and both have a time machine, which one would have to compensate for the motion? No way to tell.
But our only models for (possible) reverse time travel are all… »
Exorcist: Burke Dennings dies. That's how the police get involved in the case. Father Karras' mother also dies and evidently takes up sewing socks that smell. »
In Mickey Keating's 2013 meta-horror thriller extravaganza Ritual, the awesomely-named Lisa Marie Summerscales plays Lovely, resident of South Texas, whose turn ons include smoking at the beach, cruising dive bars and picking up guys with more prison tats than teeth. »