18th Feb '13 9:01:48 PM erforce
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30th Jan '13 11:02:21 PM jerodast
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He's literally proclaimed leader by Val Kilmer's character, not at all self-proclaimed. Also spoilers.
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30th Jan '13 11:00:56 PM jerodast
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It's not really the deaths that are foreshadowed - he wasn't addicted to decapitation after all, and Slater wasn't big on liquid nitrogen. It was the triggering incident that was foreshadowed.
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30th Jan '13 10:57:41 PM jerodast
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30th Jan '13 10:56:57 PM jerodast
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Not only is that a spoiler, I don't really know what it means. How is a character who's been around the whole movie a Chekhov's gun?
30th Jan '13 10:54:27 PM jerodast
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There's a distinctly insulting, non-neutral tone to these lines...
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