Film Serenity Discussion

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05:55:04 PM Mar 20th 2015
edited by drac0blade
Why does this page have a link to a manga series that has nothing in common with the movie except for the name? For that matter, why are there two of them?
03:08:39 AM Mar 21st 2015
Because of the name. Our wiki software can't tell the difference.
04:53:48 PM Jan 11th 2015
Should we Mention the D&D Alliances? I thought that was suppose to be avoided
10:46:29 AM Feb 3rd 2014
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10:57:28 AM Feb 3rd 2014
No. We only need the latter; the former is not really a proper usage of the namespace.
08:43:12 AM Feb 12th 2014
Can the link go to the cut list?
08:45:42 AM Feb 12th 2014
07:29:24 AM Jan 7th 2011
edited by Xylia
To the guy who removed the Shoot the Rope edit:

I just saw the movie a couple days ago, and Mal did indeed shoot at the rope three times: He missed the first two times, then the reaver ship fired a sawblade-like thing that whizzed past Mal's head, and then he snap-turned back towards Jayne with that 'annoyed look' on his face, and then successfully shot the rope, while not even aiming (he shot as soon as he turned while the first two shots were aimed). He did nearly the same thing in the series (though I will admit he wasn't shooting and missing the horse, but still) — he got grazed in the arm and then snap-turned (in nearly the same way) with the same look on his face, and pulled a quickshot and hit the horse perfectly, killing it instantly (probably hitting it in the heart — otherwise it probably would have ran off).
08:00:57 AM Jan 7th 2011
edited by JBK405
I'm not saying it didn't happen, I meant I didn't see any pattern or relevance. The scene from the series did not show him missing the horse, getting anoyed and then becoming more accurate, it showed him doing a lot of shooting at a lot of stuff, being annoyed and then deciding to shoot the hore. Also, we don't know that it was a "perfect" shot in the heart; he might have gotten it in the head, perhaps a critical artery, mabe it had already been wounded and this was the final wound, etc.

Thee are vague similarities (He got annoyed and shot something), but it's not a pattern or signature move.
08:12:38 AM Jan 7th 2011
Well, it does play into the idea that Mal is a crack shot when it matters. The series has a few instances where he makes a really tough shot in a quick draw, like when he shoots Dobson, in the face, while he's got River as a human shield, without even slowing down.
10:01:45 PM Jan 6th 2011
Just a thought, this article needs to get scrubbed to either remove or transplant the stuff that only applies to the show. I'll probably do that this weekend.
08:10:54 AM Jan 10th 2011
This is a continual battle for the article.
03:53:20 PM Mar 6th 2011
Perhaps it should be folded into the show?
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