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In Interstellar, her father is the ghost pushing the books, using gravity. Smile
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In Interstellar, her father is the ghost pushing the books, using gravity. Smile


Too soon, Dude. I was going to see it this weekend.
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On Nov 13, 2014, Pakar Ilusi wrote:
In Interstellar, her father is the ghost pushing the books, using gravity. Smile


Too soon, Dude. I was going to see it this weekend.


Well, it wouldn't be a spoiler if he had waited until everyone had seen the movie. LOL!
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On Nov 13, 2014, Pakar Ilusi wrote:
In Interstellar, her father is the ghost pushing the books, using gravity. Smile


Too soon, Dude. I was going to see it this weekend.


Well, it wouldn't be a spoiler if he had waited until everyone had seen the movie. LOL!


Smile
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On Nov 13, 2014, Pakar Ilusi wrote:
In Interstellar, her father is the ghost pushing the books, using gravity. Smile


Too soon, Dude. I was going to see it this weekend.


Well, it wouldn't be a spoiler if he had waited until everyone had seen the movie. LOL!


Yeah, but that's why the thread was fun. All the spoilers were things that everyone already knew about. That one was just rude.
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You read the thread Topic, Spoiler, expect Spoilers.
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On Nov 13, 2014, Pakar Ilusi wrote:
In Interstellar, her father is the ghost pushing the books, using gravity. Smile


Too soon, Dude. I was going to see it this weekend.


Well, it wouldn't be a spoiler if he had waited until everyone had seen the movie. LOL!


Yeah, but that's why the thread was fun. All the spoilers were things that everyone already knew about. That one was just rude.


Well, I didn't know some of them.
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I read the topic is about a movie I've seen and the comments are about older movies and television, I don't expect to read about a movie that just came out. Oh well, knowledge is power and it's fun to show everyone how smart you are.
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Having seen the movie twice, I hardly find pakar's information to be particularly spoiling. As has been the case with every Christopher Nolan film I have ever seen, the movie is better the second time around. Remember the second time you saw The Prestige and realized that you now understood the significance of all those top hats laying around in the snow? Or the first half hour of Inception, when you couldn't figure out what was supposed to be going on at all?

Enjoy the film!
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It was a great film, wasn't it? I'm probably going to wait to watch it again on video when I can turn on closed captioning. With my sucky hearing, I missed a fair amount of the dialog.

I understand your point of Nolan's films but seriously Stone, would you have wanted someone to fill you in on all the bits before seeing it the first time?
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To be fair and honest, no, I wouldn't have wanted anyone to do that. In fact, I refuse to watch trailers (or read book jackets) for precisely that reason.

But I wanted to encourage gypsyfish to go to the movie without haven't thought it was ruined. It wasn't.
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Science proves it...Spoilers Increase Enjoyment!

http://www.wired.com/2011/08/spoilers-dont-spoil-anything/
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