History AndIMustScream / Film

14th Jul '17 12:12:39 PM Gravidef
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** This is also the general conceit of the movie: Ralph is always--''always''--the bad guy in "Fix It Felix Jr." The Nicelanders always treat him like garbage, he's always thrown off the roof, and then it all starts all over again. And if he (or any other video game character) ever leaves his own game, the game itself will be unplugged, leaving every resident homeless (or, if they're still in the game world when it's unplugged, [[FateWorseThanDeath sucked into an endless black void]]). The plot kicks off when Ralph has been doing this for thirty years, and finally can't take it any more, which is why he leaves his game in an attempt to become a hero.



* In one scene of the [[ScreenToStageAdaptation Broadway adaptation]] of ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', Cogsworth and Lumiere comment on the loss of their humanity and other servants who have completely turned into inanimate objects [[IronicHell that reflect their personalities]], such as Michelle, who became a vanity, Jean-Claude, a brick wall, and Guillaume, the doormat.



* In ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'', the Enchantress's curse works this way. The servants are still transformed into [[AnimateInanimateObject household items that can walk and talk]], but there's a new codicil to the spell: if the Beast can't learn to love and be loved in turn, they'll be transformed into ''completely'' inanimate objects ''forever'' (and that doesn't mean they'll die and get to move onto an afterlife--they'll simply [[CessationOfExistence stop existing entirely]]). Lumiere notes that as each petal falls, they lose more and more of their humanity--they can feel it happening, but are unable to do anything to stop it. [[spoiler: And the ending ''shows this happening to the servants''--we watch their bodies lock up in a state of utter panic and despair as their faces fade away. Maestro Cadenza has to watch his wife Garderobe freeze first, while Cogsworth actually chokes out how the final transformation feels: "Lumiere...I ca...can't...speak..." Thank GOD the Enchantress decided to undo the curse despite the Beast technically dying.]]

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* In ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'', the Enchantress's curse works this way. The servants are still transformed into [[AnimateInanimateObject household items that can walk and talk]], but there's a new codicil to the spell: if the Beast can't learn to love and be loved in turn, they'll be transformed into ''completely'' inanimate objects ''forever'' (and that doesn't mean they'll die and get to move onto an afterlife--they'll simply [[CessationOfExistence stop existing entirely]]). Lumiere notes that as each petal falls, day passes, they lose more and more of their humanity--they can feel it happening, but are unable to do anything to stop it. [[spoiler: And the ending ''shows this happening to the servants''--we watch their bodies lock up in a state of utter panic and despair as their faces fade away. Maestro Cadenza has to watch his wife Garderobe freeze first, first; their beloved dog Frou-Frou, who's been turned into a small table, desperately tries to wake them up before he too keels over; Mrs. Potts, who can feel the transformation happening, screams for her son, while Chip himself cries for her, only to change before they can reunite; and Cogsworth actually chokes out how the final transformation feels: "Lumiere..."Lumiere, I...I ca...can't...speak..." Thank GOD the Enchantress decided to undo the curse despite the Beast technically dying.]]
10th Jul '17 1:14:55 PM Gravidef
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* ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'', the Enchantress's curse works this way. The servants are still transformed into [[AnimateInanimateObject household items that can walk and talk]], but there's a new codicil to the curse: if the Beast can't learn to love and be loved in turn, they'll be transformed into ''completely'' inanimate objects ''forever.'' Lumiere notes that as each petal falls, they lose more and more of their humanity--they can feel it happening, but are unable to do anything to stop it. [[spoiler: To make matters worse, the ending ''shows this happening to the servants''--we watch their bodies lock up in a state of utter panic and despair as their faces fade away. Maestro Cadenza has to watch his wife Garderobe freeze first, while Cogsworth actually reflects the mental process of the final transformation: "Lumiere...I ca...can't...speak..." Thank GOD the Enchantress decided to undo the curse despite the Beast technically dying.]]

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* In ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'', the Enchantress's curse works this way. The servants are still transformed into [[AnimateInanimateObject household items that can walk and talk]], but there's a new codicil to the curse: spell: if the Beast can't learn to love and be loved in turn, they'll be transformed into ''completely'' inanimate objects ''forever.'' ''forever'' (and that doesn't mean they'll die and get to move onto an afterlife--they'll simply [[CessationOfExistence stop existing entirely]]). Lumiere notes that as each petal falls, they lose more and more of their humanity--they can feel it happening, but are unable to do anything to stop it. [[spoiler: To make matters worse, And the ending ''shows this happening to the servants''--we watch their bodies lock up in a state of utter panic and despair as their faces fade away. Maestro Cadenza has to watch his wife Garderobe freeze first, while Cogsworth actually reflects the mental process of chokes out how the final transformation: transformation feels: "Lumiere...I ca...can't...speak..." Thank GOD the Enchantress decided to undo the curse despite the Beast technically dying.]]
10th Jul '17 1:11:53 PM Gravidef
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* ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'', the Enchantress's curse works this way. The servants are still transformed into [[AnimateInanimateObject household items that can walk and talk]], but there's a new codicil to the curse: if the Beast can't learn to love and be loved in turn, they'll be transformed into ''completely'' inanimate objects ''forever.'' Lumiere notes that as each petal falls, they lose more and more of their humanity--they can feel it happening, but are unable to do anything to stop it. [[spoiler: To make matters worse, the ending ''shows this happening to the servants''--we watch their bodies lock up in a state of utter panic and despair as their faces fade away. Maestro Cadenza has to watch his wife Garderobe freeze first, while Cogsworth actually reflects the mental process of the final transformation: "Lumiere...I ca...can't...speak..." Thank GOD the Enchantress decided to undo the curse despite the Beast technically dying.]]
12th Jun '17 10:20:32 PM onebossonesnake
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* ''Film/GetOut2017'' involves black men having a white person's brain implanted in their head, with only a tiny bit of the black man's consciousness still in the body. This means the black men can see and hear anything that is happening but are unable to do anything about it [[spoiler: unless they see the flash of a camera, which causes their original consciousness to activate.]]

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* ''Film/GetOut2017'' involves black men [[spoiler: having a white person's brain implanted in their head, with only a tiny bit of the black man's consciousness still in the body. This means the black men can see and hear anything that is happening but are unable to do anything about it [[spoiler: unless they see the flash of a camera, which causes their original consciousness to activate.]]
10th Jun '17 3:55:44 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler: Turbo's death]] in ''Film/WreckItRalph''. [[spoiler:In his Cy Bug form, he's forced to fly towards the beacon and be incinerated.... while being aware the whole time.]]

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* [[spoiler: Turbo's death]] in ''Film/WreckItRalph''.''Disney/WreckItRalph''. [[spoiler:In his Cy Bug form, he's forced to fly towards the beacon and be incinerated.... while being aware the whole time.]]
25th Mar '17 3:07:17 AM WillBGood
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* The Japanese horror films ''Film/{{Juon}}'' screams this. As each film's opening spiel explains, when a person dies in the grip of a powerful rage they may be consumed by a HatePlague which begins in the place that their death took place, then spreads and consumes everyone that enters said location, and then may infect other people that come into contact with the infected. The Saekis become rage-filled ghosts after Kayako's infidelity leads to the deaths of her whole family, often reacting their murders. Anyone who enters their house are doomed, sooner or later Kayako, her dead son or dead husband will come for them and there is nothing they can do but be killed and consumed by the curse. Most victims disappear [[NobodyFoundTheBody body and all]].

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* The Japanese horror films ''Film/{{Juon}}'' screams this. As each film's opening spiel explains, when a person dies in the grip of a powerful rage they may be consumed by a HatePlague which begins in the place that their death took place, then spreads and consumes everyone that enters said location, and then may infect other people that come into contact with the infected. The Saekis become rage-filled ghosts after Kayako's infidelity leads to the deaths of her whole family, often reacting their murders. Anyone who enters their house are doomed, sooner or later Kayako, her dead son or dead husband will come for them and there is nothing they can do but be killed and consumed by the curse. Most victims disappear [[NobodyFoundTheBody [[NeverFoundTheBody body and all]].
8th Mar '17 7:16:00 PM igordebraga
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* In the film 'The Black Hole', the finale includes a sequence showing the primary and secondary antagonists [[spoiler: Maximilian and Dr Hans Reinhardt]] being fused together into one hellish hybrid, paralyzed, doomed to forever watch over a dimension of fire and brimstone

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* In the film 'The Black Hole', ''Film/TheBlackHole'', the finale includes a sequence showing the primary and secondary antagonists [[spoiler: Maximilian and Dr Hans Reinhardt]] being fused together into one hellish hybrid, paralyzed, doomed to forever watch over a dimension of fire and brimstone



** [[spoiler:Through the Eye of Agamatto, Strange sets a time loop on the moment where he arrives to bargain with Dormammu. It repeats over and over, no matter how many times Strange is killed - he even says "you are my prisoner". Strange, by the end, is willing to endure an eternity of torture in Dormammu's hands for the sake of the Earth. Eventually, Dormammu gets tired of being trapped and agrees to withdraw from Earth.]]

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** [[spoiler:Through the Eye of Agamatto, Strange sets a time loop on the moment where he arrives to bargain with Dormammu. [[GroundhogDayLoop It repeats over and over, no matter how many times Strange is killed killed]] - he even says "you are my prisoner". Strange, by the end, is willing to endure an eternity of torture in Dormammu's hands for the sake of the Earth. Eventually, Dormammu gets tired of being trapped and agrees to withdraw from Earth.]]
28th Feb '17 10:08:17 PM Premonition45
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* ''Film/GetOut2017'' involves black men having a white person's brain implanted in their head, with only a tiny bit of the black man's consciousness still in the body. This means the black men can see and hear anything that is happening but are unable to do anything about it [[spoiler: unless they see the flash of a camera, which causes their original consciousness to activate.]]

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* ''Film/GetOut2017'' involves black men having a white person's brain implanted in their head, with only a tiny bit of the black man's consciousness still in the body. This means the black men can see and hear anything that is happening but are unable to do anything about it [[spoiler: unless they see the flash of a camera, which causes their original consciousness to activate.]]]]
* ''Film/{{Zardoz}}'': One subset of the immortal Eternals are the Apathetics, [[WhoWantsToLiveForever who are so bored by immortality]] that they literally cannot do ''anything'' anymore.
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28th Feb '17 7:27:32 AM theoffice16
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** [[spoiler:One of the conditions of Strange's bargain is that Dormammu leaves Earth for good, and takes Kaecilius and his Zealots with him to the dark dimension. Strange tells them they're getting eternal life as they wanted, and [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor they're not gonna like it]].]]

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** [[spoiler:One of the conditions of Strange's bargain is that Dormammu leaves Earth for good, and takes Kaecilius and his Zealots with him to the dark dimension. Strange tells them they're getting eternal life as they wanted, and [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor they're not gonna like it]].]]
* ''Film/GetOut2017'' involves black men having a white person's brain implanted in their head, with only a tiny bit of the black man's consciousness still in the body. This means the black men can see and hear anything that is happening but are unable to do anything about it [[spoiler: unless they see the flash of a camera, which causes their original consciousness to activate.
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26th Feb '17 3:02:39 PM nombretomado
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* Tai Lung in ''Film/KungFuPanda'' was locked away for twenty years, in the bottom of a TailorMadePrison. His arms were held tight by chains, and his back covered with a turtle-like shell that prevented him from moving anything but his tail. It's not strange he is absolutely pissed when he escapes, and he already had anger management problems.

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* Tai Lung in ''Film/KungFuPanda'' ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' was locked away for twenty years, in the bottom of a TailorMadePrison. His arms were held tight by chains, and his back covered with a turtle-like shell that prevented him from moving anything but his tail. It's not strange he is absolutely pissed when he escapes, and he already had anger management problems.
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