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TL;DR If we don't have many experts [professionals] yet - is this a problem? I don't know whether we do or do not have many film industry professionals but I think we have plenty of experts of a …
answered Apr 13 '15 by Catija
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I would only recommend closing two questions as duplicates based on an answer in the case of ID questions where both questions have accepted answers. In general, it is incorrect to dupe close based …
answered Apr 21 '17 by Catija
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So, a question about uncredited actors in films recently got bumped up after a year. It has one top answer with many (11 as of writing) upvotes. Even when it was originally answered, there were many …
asked Jan 31 '15 by Catija
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If I had to make a guess, the order of operations was something like: Cearon O'Flynn was reviewing edits. Saw yours and approved it. Then noticed another minor edit that needed to be made and manual …
answered Feb 16 '17 by Catija
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I don't know that I have anything to add... the other two responses here are great. I just thought I'd add my two cents as a new user. I really like Meta because I like following the rules and I like …
answered Feb 13 '15 by Catija
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Lack of research really isn't a close reason... it's a downvote reason. When you hover over the downvote button, you'll see that the text reads: This question does not show any research effort; i …
answered Jun 9 '16 by Catija
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There's absolutely nothing for us to go off... We can't answer that question. If you can't add more details, I'm sorry, you'll need to find another site to try. In the mid 1980s (before 1990, afte …
answered Feb 11 '16 by Catija
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No. Asking questions asking for recommendations for anything is against the Every answer is equally valid rule on the Don't Ask Page. every answer is equally valid: “What’s your favorite ______ …
answered Mar 1 '15 by Catija
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I generally agree with you but I don't think it's inappropriate to post nice guidance. There's a huge difference between posting these two things: Tried www.google.com? and "The proper s …
answered Apr 24 '17 by Catija
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/discussion. I know the OP thought this was animated but it is NOT... as it seems to be Pleasantville... should the animated tag be removed? Is this the sort of thing that should be asked on Meta … -categorized? I'm guessing there can be some room for interpretation as some people throw on more tags than necessary and there seem to be several questions about when particular tags are appropriate in the first place (eg. the directors discussion here). …
asked Feb 3 '15 by Catija
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As far as I'm aware, without the audience participation, the popularity of Rocky Horror Picture Show would be non-existent. There may still be a small audience who appreciates watching the film on its …
answered Jun 8 '16 by Catija
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This has been specifically off topic since the creation of this site. It falls under the "primarily opinion based" close reason. From Grace Note's question linked above: Recommendations were in f …
answered Apr 27 '17 by Catija
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The edit actively improved extremely poor grammar. This is good and wanted and it is something we should be encouraging. It takes a lot of time and effort to copy edit a post like that so destroying t …
answered Jan 3 '17 by Catija
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I would prefer that we only use the marvel-cinematic-universe for broader questions about the universe rather than using it as a shortcut to all questions that happen to involve a film in that univers …
answered Jul 27 '15 by Catija
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If you think it's a spoiler, change it. Period. If someone doesn't like it, they can revert it but this is extremely uncommon. Please don't expect mods to do all of the work. At least one of our mo …
answered Dec 31 '16 by Catija

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