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Would You Have Had Stephen Graham and Vicky McClure down as the BIG stars they went on to become from this ? Never Have, never Will Watch an Avengers Mivie Why didn't they just chop of his scissor fingers Casting Auditions for Season 5 still ongoing Spoiler...Chewie's Surname Revealed Season 5 delayed until 2020 Who is sexier, Young Rose, or old Rose ? Biggest Oscar Snub of 2019. Amazed this not get any nominations at all This Movie has solved racism View all posts >


I think that's a real possibility. Wisecrack have done a video (May 2019) that talks about this theory, and how Helena is pictured with a toy tiger, as is Domino, and also both interact with prams in a similar way Yes, I think this is a strong implication at the end. Tom and Nicole are chatting for 3 minutes without knowing or seemingly caring where Helena has gone Here's the ending, and the comments is full of discussion about this theory. Just rewatching this movie on Amazon Prime and during that scene, the Trivia says it is Stanley Kubrick making a cameo Confirmed by AMC Some say 6 million, some say 600, whatever, the guy was no good I totally agree. I have just seen it, and can't believe this Very average movie has had such a buzz about it. Very very dull really I just discovered the comedian Norm McDonald last week (I am from the UK and had never heard of him). In the last week I have listened / watched about 80 hours if his stuff, he is great. Extreme patience is one of his 'super' powers. Like the other powers in this trilogy they are on the borderline of being 'super' / realistic. Nelson Mandela spent 27 years or so in prison waiting for the world to provide his escape, if that makes sense. It does make sense to me. The thought of being able to show the world one day that 'super' people exist probably kept him going, as the thought of a changed South Africa kept Nelson going. One thing that doesn't make so much sense to me is the Secret Society apparently been going for 10,000 years. That was the one clunker in the movie for me, doesn't make sense at all to me. Moviechat has done a great job and I m very grateful to them for doing this, but it is sad how little is is used by folk. I thought within a year or so it would have been almost as popular as the old IMDB forums, but you can feel like you are talking to yourself on here. A movie like Glass would have had loads of discussions and views about it in the old days, but since it's release it's only had about 10-20 new threads with only a few getting more than a few comments. Indeed :) Bruno the Moonlighting Overseer. View all replies >