rgoomh wrote:This is all wrong! All wrong! You're missing Back To The Future, Randall!
Oh, yes. Do all 3 in one chart. Include the DeLorian in all its repetitions.
That will be fun.
... and naturally, two pages later, someone does
. Thank you!
Seriously, this is something I wish I had when I was trying to read LOTR. I could not keep track of everyone, and just concentrated on Sam+Frodo.
Shame on you, Randall, for using the movie plot. Aragorn did not fall off a cliff.
See DM of the Rings
. Handles that scene beautifully.
If that's what you think the character interaction of 12 Angry Men is like, then the whole movie went over your head.
I didn't see the movie, but the play was 12 people in one room, discussing the trial. Other than entering/exiting the room, that was it.
If you want to group the "innocent" vs. "guilty" over time, that would show changes.
The LotR and Star Wars charts were absolutely amazing. I lawled quite audibly at the "Special Edition" part.
"Han fired first!" needs to be on there
Imagine trying to do this for LOST. Total mess. The answer is going with a directed graph instead of a Cartesian space. ... Then time is not a dimension of the diagram, but a subjective path for each character.
That made sense. "Lost" did not.