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Tenet tells the story of a secret agent recruited by a mysterious intelligence organization to investigate the source of time-inverted objects and stop a terminally ill madman from inverting the entropy of the universe. was written by Christopher Nolan.

In this scene, the protagonist learns about inversion.

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A line-by-line edit of a scene from the script.

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Gravity tells the story of NASA astronauts Matt Kowalski and Ryan Stone, who, after a debris field destroys their shuttle during a spacewalk, attempt to return to Earth. was written by Alfonso Cuarón & Jonás Cuarón.

In this scene, debris caused by cascading collisions of satellites interrupts a…

A line-by-line edit of a scene from the script.

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Avengers: Endgame tells the story of the Avengers as they reassemble to travel back in time and reverse Thanos’s destruction, thus restoring life to the universe. was written by Christopher Marcus & Stephen McFeely, based on the comics by Marvel.

In this scene, Steve, Natasha, and Scott are…

Principles for liberals, to get what you want.

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Liberals and conservatives are fundamentally different from each other, and the discrepancies between their personalities make it difficult for the two to intercommunicate; indeed, whereas liberals tend to be more open and concerned with feelings (and as such tend to use more abstract, emotional language, which conservatives tend not to…

Thoughts on manufactured bias and freedom of speech.

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It’s crazy that Parler was removed from the internet; a billion-dollar company, gone, just like that. And although the reasons for its removal are understandable (and maybe even valid), its removal is nevertheless troubling: this event confirms the godly (but unholy) powers of tech companies to control information, businesses, and…

Mitchell Ferrin

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