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  1. This list includes all black and white movies I've watched: 1 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) 2 It Happened One Night (1934) 3 12 Angry Men (1957) 4 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 5 Casablanca (1942) 6 Shichinin no samurai (1954) 7 Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) 8 Roman Holiday (1953) 9 Psycho (1960) 10 Some Like It Hot (1959) 11 The Apartment (1960) 12 It's a Wonderful Life (1946) 13 The Night of the Hunter (1955) 14 All About Eve (1950) 15 M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder (1931) 16 Rebecca (1940) 17 The Great Dictator (1940) 18 Touch of Evil (1958) 19 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) 20 Les diaboliques (1955) 21 On the Waterfront (1954) 22 Paths of Glory (1957) 23 Rashômon (1950) 24 The Third Man (1949) 25 The Maltese Falcon (1941) 26 Witness for the Prosecution (1957) 27 Metropolis (1927) 28 Double Indemnity (1944) 29 Ladri di biciclette (1948) 30 To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) 31 Roma (2018) 32 Citizen Kane (1941) 33 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) 34 High Noon (1952) 35 Sunset Blvd. (1950) 36 The Artist (2011) 37 Det sjunde inseglet (1957) 38 The General (1926) 39 Ikiru (1952) 40 The Gold Rush (1925) 41 Modern Times (1936) 42 City Lights (1931) 43 Tôkyô monogatari (1953) 44 The Kid (1921) 45 Smultronstället (1957)
  2. He was listing the 1# movie of this and the last 3 weekends, those movies are not that.
  3. They just need time to edit it to be part of the MCU.
  4. How does the second weekend fare in comparison to other opening weekends? Edit: Just found out. Third best, after Infinity War's 65m Edit 2: Wait does this include thursday or not? If Not, WOW!
  5. I'm not sure I'm following. I feel like you used the expression branch to refer to a "dark" timeline, according to what TAO said, correct? Because I've been using it to refer to any alternate timeline created. Do you agree that there will still exist an alternate timeline even after the stone is returned because what creates that alternate timeline is the returning itself, and not only the removal of the stone?
  6. I would love you to be right, but even though it is okay to ignore the movie makes right now, it is quite probable that future movies (specially Loki's show) is going to contradict what you're saying.
  7. Hey, I think we're getting somewhere, now. Thanks for your patience in continuing the conversation. I actually prefer the Novikov theory that you raised, but I think that's definitely not what the movie went with, precisely because of Nebula from 2014 (assuming that Thanos and his army could have been sent to the past . But I guess that doesn't actually eliminate the possibility of it happening in some circumstances, and other circumstances creating alternate timelines. I don't understand thought why you would think that I would ask that in bold, unless I misunderstood the theory some way. I mean, why would Hulk from 2012 remember a conversation only Hulk 2023 had? I would guess The Ancient One would remember it though. Okay, this bolded part is actually something I didn't think you were saying. But wouldn't you agree that is impossible? I mean, in some timeline they must have happened, and cannot be prevented from having ever happened in any timeline. The idea that he could prevent them from happening altogether would create the same kind of paradoxes that making changes in the main timeline would create. It's not that I'm not a fan of the explanation that returning the stones would erase the timeline. I would actually love it to be true, but I think it just sounds completely arbitrary (Take the example that I gave about cap's timeline in my previous post.) As to the responsibility part, I would agree, only if the parallel realities already exist, and are qualitatively identical until that point in time, but diverge after it. If the act of going back in time actually creates a new copy of the universe, then that must have some incredible moral consequences.
  8. As someone who criticized the "all women" scene for it's storytelling fitness, I am not annoyed by this picture in the slightest. Great picture, actually. Di Karen Gillan actually put on the mask only for the picture, or did she have to wear this for long times, including eating pauses?
  9. If you can please bear with me for one more time, I'm really trying to understand how you understand this, because you seem to have a good understanding of it (no sarcasm). I'm not making up what is change or not, I'm just stating the simple fact that in the same timeline, both this facts can't be true: A. The Ancient One was not approached by Hulk in 2012. B. The Ancient One was approached by Hulk in 2012. So, this leaves us with three possibilities: 1. Hulk's trip to 2012 did change the past (Which is ruled out by the movie, and I agree is absurd.) 2. Hulk's conversation with the ancient one had always happened in the main timeline. 3. The fact that Hulk went to the past created a new timeline. (Which is what the movie does present to us.) Now, even if no stone was removed from the timeline, it would still be true that the different timeline exists, simply because A and B can't both be true in the same timeline. So, what relation does bringing the stone back has with "closing" the timeline? Like, the timeline Cap created by going back to be with Peggy. After he left it, no stone had been removed or taken back to it, so according to what you're saying it would remain, but suppose Steve wanted it to be closed, could he just take a stone away from it and bring it back? And if you say: "No, because that timeline wasn't created by the removal of a stone", I would ask "Then why wasn't another timeline created when Hulk stepped on 2012"? (I'm not using this "if you say, I would respond" thing to try to put you in a corner, just making what I find problematic clear so that you can respond appropriately.)
  10. This is the most interesting possibility to me. Specially if it sets up some villain or other characters that can be explored in the future.
  11. Yeah, I like this theory, like, as if there would be a quantum superposition of states at a certain period of time. For example, a branch created by the test jump made by Hawkeye. Let's suppose Lila was after that going directly to get her headphones, and because of hearing her father she takes 10 seconds longer to get them. But when she gets them, she stays with them 10 seconds less, and when she goes to do something else, there is no more difference between the two timelines, so the branch collapses into the main timeline. If after that we were to ask how long Lila spent listening to her headphones, the answer could be both T, and T+10, in the same way that the answer to the question of where a certain quantum particle is must be given in a probability distribution (according to one view of quantum mechanics). I don't think the size of the change would be a factor in this theory, only the possiblity of the universe reversing to the same future state then before. So, for example, pretending that only Hawkeye and Black Widow had gone to 2014, and the only change to that timeline had been the taking of the Soul Stone, if Steve returns the soul stone to Red Skull, and Natasha's body is decomposed, or absorbed by the soul stone and stops existing, then the universe could collapse into being the main timeline. Now, considering the death of Thanos and his army, this wouldn't be the case, and that would remain as a different timeline forever, or until time enough had past so that no consequence of that fact existed anymore (which would tend to be true given time enough).
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