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In the scene where Nicholson is being interrogated by Cruise, Nicholson is trying to describe to the audience just how intelligent he is. He also has a "holier-than-though" attitude, and although it fits his character. I don't believe that it was the time to use it when he is answering Cruise's questions...
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In the scene where Nicholson is being interrogated by Cruise, Nicholson is trying to describe to the audience just how intelligent he is. He also has a "holier-than-though" attitude, and although it fits his character. I don't believe that it was the time to use it when he is answering Cruise's questions...
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