But, even given the necessary suspension of disbelief, does it work?
Like the soap operas of yore, Marvel has replaced major and minor characters in their films as necessary.
One should never tender information when it is simply not necessary, and Pistorius has this need to tender all the time.
The body armor would indicate an intention to do battle with the police if necessary and escape the scene if possible.
The digital aspect of his character is just a necessary shell that goes on top of a masterful performance.
In return for their allegiance, he bailed them out of jail when necessary.
Not that it would be necessary, for Mary has a very good fortune.
Besides, it was not necessary for a marksman like Murray to get so very near.
“And mine, if it is at all necessary,” observed Mrs Campbell.
All this is necessary in order to permit the child's head to pass through.
late 14c. "needed, required, essential, indispensable," from Old French necessaire "necessary, urgent, compelling" (13c.), and directly from Latin necessarius "unavoidable, indispensable, necessary," from necesse "unavoidable, indispensable," originally "no backing away," from ne- "not" + cedere "to withdraw, go away, yield" (see cede). The root sense is of that from which there is no evasion, that which is inevitable. Necessary house "privy" is from c.1600. Necessary evil is from 1540s (the original reference was to "woman").
mid-14c., "needed, required, or useful things; the necessities of life; actions determined by right or law," perhaps from Old French necessaire (n.) "private parts, genitalia; lavatory," and directly from Latin necessarius (n.), in classical Latin "a relation, relative, kinsman; friend, client, patron;" see necessary (adj.).