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2nd Sep '17 5:44:55 PM OnTheHillside
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** To be fair, he offered his brother a second chance, which Screweyes promptly refused. By the time he reconsidered, Neweyes had already left.
21st Mar '17 10:38:07 PM Gbubu
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[[WMG: Cecelia owns the golf course.]]
How else would Rex be able to play there without being noticed? Assuming, of course, the prologue is several years after the rest of the movie.
14th Dec '16 4:48:45 PM CJCroen1393
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Keyword here: ''could''. Not "will", not "would", ''"could"''. What we see happen is all in his head either all in his head (i.e., ''this'' is what they "could" do) or symbolic of him being consumed by his fears and losing what little sanity he had left in the process.

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Keyword here: ''could''. Not "will", not "would", ''"could"''. What we see happen is all in his head either all in his head (i.e., ''this'' is what they "could" do) or symbolic of him being consumed by his fears and losing what little sanity he had left in the process. Heck, it could even be ''both'', with the latter being what's happening ThroughTheEyesOfMadness.
14th Dec '16 4:47:52 PM CJCroen1393
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[[WMG: Screweyes isn't really dead]]
Remember his last words?
-->''"The crows could..."''
Keyword here: ''could''. Not "will", not "would", ''"could"''. What we see happen is all in his head either all in his head (i.e., ''this'' is what they "could" do) or symbolic of him being consumed by his fears and losing what little sanity he had left in the process.
8th Sep '15 4:42:22 PM cacaxa91
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Ignoring the deleted scene that explains Screweye's origin, during his final scene, Screweyes expresses he becomes afraid when he's not scaring others. The crows descend upon him and nothing remains but his screw eye which surges with power. I always felt that Screweyes was the lesser minion of some unknown sinister presence. Consider how Neweye's power comes from technology, Screweyes seems to wield some kind of minor dark magic. The only evidence we have of this is when the crows "attack" Screweyes and carry off his screw eye. It's a pretty big what if, but what if Screweyes was given magical powers and or immortality, etc. in exchange for using his powers to spread mischief. The crows act as its messengers. Since Nothingisscarier , we're not given a face to this power, only the vague sense that something larger is at work and is acting through men like Screweyes as an intermediary. When Screweyes was defeated, the powers he answered to were not ples, it would be a greatased and sent the crows to punish him.

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Ignoring the deleted scene that explains Screweye's origin, during his final scene, Screweyes expresses he becomes afraid when he's not scaring others. The crows descend upon him and nothing remains but his screw eye which surges with power. I always felt that Screweyes was the lesser minion of some unknown sinister presence. Consider how Neweye's power comes from technology, Screweyes seems to wield some kind of minor dark magic. The only evidence we have of this is when the crows "attack" Screweyes and carry off his screw eye. It's a pretty big what if, but what if Screweyes was given magical powers and or immortality, etc. in exchange for using his powers to spread mischief. The crows act as its messengers. Since Nothingisscarier , we're not given a face to this power, only the vague sense that something larger is at work and is acting through men like Screweyes as an intermediary. When Screweyes was defeated, the powers he answered to were not ples, it would be a greatased pleased and sent the crows to punish him.
29th Jul '15 9:27:30 PM Kaleidostorm
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[[WMG:Captain New Eyes and Professor Screweyes are not brothers]]
They are both the same person, just from two different timelines.

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[[WMG:Captain New Eyes Neweyes and Professor Screweyes are not brothers]]
They are both the same person, just from two different timelines. Both are time travelers, and both are trying to overcome the other by proving themselves the "real" one. Neweyes fosters wishes and dreams, while Screweyes fosters fears and nightmares. After being proven wrong by his "brother", Screweyes did not die, he simply ceased to exist.



29th Jul '15 9:21:43 PM Kaleidostorm
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* They are both the same person, just from two different timelines.

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* They are both the same person, just from two different timelines.
29th Jul '15 9:21:22 PM Kaleidostorm
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[[WMG:Captain New Eyes and Professor Screweyes are not brothers]]
* They are both the same person, just from two different timelines.
22nd Jul '15 11:21:05 AM CJCroen1393
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** To be fair, he offered his brother a second chance, which Screweyes promptly refused. By the time he reconsidered, Neweyes had already left.
5th Jun '15 1:11:27 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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Ignoring the deleted scene that explains Screweye's origin, during his final scene, Screweyes expresses he becomes afraid when he's not scaring others. The crows descend upon him and nothing remains but his screw eye which surges with power. I always felt that Screweyes was the lesser minion of some unknown sinister presence. Consider how Neweye's power comes from technology, Screweyes seems to wield some kind of minor dark magic. The only evidence we have of this is when the crows "attack" Screweyes and carry off his screw eye. It's a pretty big what if, but what if Screweyes was given magical powers and or immortality, etc. in exchange for using his powers to spread mischief. The crows act as its messengers. Since Nothingisscarier , we're not given a face to this power, only the vague sense that something larger is at work and is acting through men like Screweyes as an intermediary. When Screweyes was defeated, the powers he answered to were not pleased and sent the crows to punish him.

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Ignoring the deleted scene that explains Screweye's origin, during his final scene, Screweyes expresses he becomes afraid when he's not scaring others. The crows descend upon him and nothing remains but his screw eye which surges with power. I always felt that Screweyes was the lesser minion of some unknown sinister presence. Consider how Neweye's power comes from technology, Screweyes seems to wield some kind of minor dark magic. The only evidence we have of this is when the crows "attack" Screweyes and carry off his screw eye. It's a pretty big what if, but what if Screweyes was given magical powers and or immortality, etc. in exchange for using his powers to spread mischief. The crows act as its messengers. Since Nothingisscarier , we're not given a face to this power, only the vague sense that something larger is at work and is acting through men like Screweyes as an intermediary. When Screweyes was defeated, the powers he answered to were not pleased ples, it would be a greatased and sent the crows to punish him.
*It's a shame that this isn't a Disney movie, because following this, it could be a great add to the "Friends and the High Council" theory.
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