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"It's a test designed to provoke an emotional response."

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Blade Runner
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2.8 secs
Seymour An Introduction (2015)
an emotional response
1.7 secs
2001: A Space Odyssey
of emotional responses.
1.9 secs
Black Sails (2014) - S03E10
it might provoke the response you wish to avoid.
2.8 secs
Designated Survivor (2016) - S01E02 The First Day
- You have a responsibility... - To all my citizens.
3.5 secs
Star Trek (2009)
Perhaps an emotional response requires physical stimuli.
4.2 secs
Starsky & Hutch (2004)
It's an artificial ecosystem designed to simulate Corky's natural habitat.
3.1 secs
Hawaii Five-0 (2010) - S01E01 Crime
Not... Not to provoke a diplomatic incident
2.9 secs
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009)
But then again, that would be an emotional response,
2.7 secs
The X-Files (1993) - S01E02
and a responsibility to protect its secrets?
2.2 secs
The Prestige (2006)
It may provoke a different result.
2.8 secs
West of Memphis (2012)
It's an endurance test to keep up with this.
4.1 secs
Little Buddha (1993)
is an effect provoked by a cause.
3.7 secs
Star Trek (2009)
This is your thirty- fifth attempt to elicit an emotional response from me.
2.5 secs
The Good the Bad and the Ugly (1966) Adventure
You gotta take a test to prove it.
3.1 secs
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015)
we know it was a test run, to see if there was any demand.
4.5 secs
How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)
Huh. Well... it's a lot of responsibility.
3.3 secs
Seinfeld (1989) - S02E02 The Pony Remark
She's a little upset. It's been an emotional day.
2.2 secs
To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
and now the man responsible for it is dead.
3.2 secs
Seymour An Introduction (2015)
you can really catch a lot of their emotions.
3.2 secs
Seymour An Introduction (2015)
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