What movie was confusing to you?

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Post # 31
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2019 - Turkey

Basically all of the above. Vanilla fckin. Sky being at the top, followed by Inception.

I watched it years ago but Butterfly Effect was also w-e-i-r-d. 

Post # 33
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

Dunkirk. Husband loved it. I had no idea what was happening and thought multiple ships were blown up when actually it was the same ship, we just saw it being blown up from a lot of different angles. 

Post # 34
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Helper bee

My husband tried to get me to watch Revolver. It was so confusing in a pretentious way for a gangster movie that I just turned my back to the screen and went to sleep. Lol

Post # 35
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Busy bee

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@sunburn:  Haha, highly simplified explanation ahead. Gravity bends space-time. If you imagine space-time as a flat sheet, any matter will cause bumps in this sheet. If you have a huge mass concentrated into a very small space like a black hole, this creates a very deep well and even a rip at the very center instead of a gentle bump. So this rip causes very weird stuff to happen to space-time. 

-your friendly weddingbee physicist. 🙂

Post # 36
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Helper bee

Gone Girl. I remember watching it on a flight and while I could keep up with what was going on, I just felt lost in the plot. It also had a lot of weird twist and turns that I didn’t expect, and I’m usually pretty good at figuring out what’ll happen next. Definitely not a predictable movie.

Post # 37
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2017 - Seattle, WA

I recently watched the new Elisabeth Moss movie Shirley and was very confused!!  I had to google an article about it afterwards to try and wrap my head around the ending!  It was amazing acting and very well shot, but just…confusing.  And nothing really happens during the whole movie.

Post # 38
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Bee Keeper

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@techmom:  Thank you! I am most certainly NOT a physicist unless you count taking a physics class eons ago lol.

Post # 39
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: Malibou Lake Mountain Club

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@socalgirl1689:  i just watched Frozen 2 with my two year old. I have ALL the questions.

-Was Agnarr aware that his wife was from the Northuldra tribe?

-Did the sea where Anthohallan was kill Anna’s and Elsa’s parents?

-was it the Mom calling out to Elsa?

-When Elsa is in Anthohallan, there is a small image of the water memory of Kristoff and Sven as children? who’s memory was that?

-are they ever going to say where Kristoff is from? or his family background?

ALL THE QUESTIONS!

<h3 class=”H1u2de”> </h3>

Post # 40
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Busy bee

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@knotyet:  Inception is one of my favorite films as well. I also think the ending was a dream. One of my favorite things to ask people is if they were trapped in dream limbo, who would your mind project to be there with you? It’s just a beautiful film.

Post # 41
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Busy bee

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@summeraby:  

*Spoilers for Arrival*

Learning the alien language gave her the ability to experience circular time. She knew the end from the beginning. When she hugs her future husband at the end and says she missed him holding her, she already knew they would marry, have a child that would die, and he would divorce her. The “flashbacks” we thought had already happened were actually the future! That was why he divorced her, she eventually disclosed that to him and he felt she made the wrong call to go through with bringing her daughter into the world just to have her die from an agonizing disease. She felt that what her daughter contributed to the world during her time there was worth it, and also her time with his despite them eventually splitting up.

To me that film was more about the human experience that anything. It is in my top 5 fave scifi flicks. 

Post # 42
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Busy bee

At the end of Inception it was a dream because his top kept spinning. From what I can remember. It’s been so long lol. 

I 100% agree with the PP who said “Mother” 

Post # 43
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Worker bee

Ooookay these area all deep movies, but here comes mine: STAR WARS. I don’t know why, I just don’t understand. Everytime I have tried to watch, it feels like I am missing so much background information. Apparently that is because I am – they are out of order or something?! Never understood the hype on that series LOL. 

Post # 44
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Helper bee

Life of Pi.

Why did he tell people at the end that the tiger was his mom and that all the survivors were not animals but humans? Why didn’t he abandon the tiger (that could kill him) on the island when it could have lived there? Why did people say the story made them believe in god? 

Post # 45
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Vivarium. Holy hell that is a mind f*ck of magnificent proportions. I don’t even know if I’d understand an explanation to that movie. 

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