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Answers to Rhetorical Questions Posed by Movie Titles.
BY Ethan Ryan
Judge Doom framed Roger Rabbit.
Harry Crumb is a private investigator.
Yes, they shoot horses to put them out of their misery.
No, I haven’t heard about the Morgans.
You are Jackie Chan.
Your brother art in 1937 rural Mississippi during the Great Depression.
OK, let’s dance.
Love has a fair amount to do with it.
Casual sex can be dangerous but also fun so sure, why not.
Fine, bring Bob.
No, we’re not there yet.
The stress of caring for his obese mother and developmentally slow brother is what’s eating Gilbert Grape.
Your car’s behind that mail truck, dude.
Baby Jane grew up and became an alcoholic.
I’m afraid of Virginia Woolf.
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