In their nervous gestures and awkward dialogue we learn much about them, however.
Through great effort, they succeed in breaking out of prison (viewers will notice the obvious references to The Shawshank Redemption ).
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Finally, I am willing to ignore the film's failure to satisfactorily resolve the time-travel paradox in its frankly ludicrous ending.
Her appearance initiates the dreams of the students in her class.
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But fate has arranged several interruptions that when combined may prevent him from carrying out his plan.