History CrazyPrepared / Film

20th Jun '16 12:55:09 AM WillBGood
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** In ''Film/Ant-Man'' Hank Pym has been carrying a shrunken [[TankGoodness Soviet tank]] on a key chain presumably since the 80's just in case he ever needs it.

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** In ''Film/Ant-Man'' ''Film/AntMan'' Hank Pym has been carrying a shrunken [[TankGoodness Soviet tank]] on a key chain presumably since the 80's just in case he ever needs it.
2nd Jun '16 8:39:28 PM Deathhacker
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** [[spoiler: Even the secret of Order 66 itself has several contingencies planned into it. Namely, several of the Kaminoan Cloners knew of it's intended purpose so they would help with resolving any issues that might arise in drilling the orders, bio-chips were installed in the clone troopers to ensure they would enact it, and several contingency plans were in place if any clone suffered a bio-chip malfunction. The Other Orders themselves were also made so that they had to go through the bureaucracy of the Republic to be enacted, while only Order 66 can be enacted independently of the Republic and the rest of the Army.]]
10th May '16 10:58:25 PM erforce
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** In ''TheSarahConnorChronicles'', it is revealed that when she and John move into a new house, every single time that they move, she has apiece of furniture lined with kevlar and the wall behind hollowed out and stacked with guns (creating an effective fortified firepoint in-house), in addition to cases of guns under ever bed.

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** In ''TheSarahConnorChronicles'', ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', it is revealed that when she and John move into a new house, every single time that they move, she has apiece of furniture lined with kevlar and the wall behind hollowed out and stacked with guns (creating an effective fortified firepoint in-house), in addition to cases of guns under ever bed.
9th Mar '16 11:30:35 PM teukkam
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** In Part III, he just happens to have a temperature gauge with color codes matching the burning temperatures of the Pres-To-Logs for no apparent purpose. It seems implausible that he had the time to manufacture it specifically for the train scheme.
17th Feb '16 6:03:02 AM erforce
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* The title character from ''[[BehindTheMask Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon]]'' spends most of the movie showing how he has prepared for his one night of slaughtering horny teenagers.

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* The title character from ''[[BehindTheMask Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon]]'' ''Film/BehindTheMaskTheRiseOfLeslieVernon'' spends most of the movie showing how he has prepared for his one night of slaughtering horny teenagers.



* SynecdocheNewYork has this with Caden's psychiatrist Dr. Davis, as his conversations with her lack a {{beat}} between his speech and her response (like she knows what he'll say beforehand). Even taken UpToEleven when he sees her in public and ignores her sexual advances; he returns to reading a book she wrote, only to discover the rest of the book is blank pages following a message of "I offer my flower to you, and you deny it. This book is over."

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* SynecdocheNewYork ''Film/SynecdocheNewYork'' has this with Caden's psychiatrist Dr. Davis, as his conversations with her lack a {{beat}} between his speech and her response (like she knows what he'll say beforehand). Even taken UpToEleven when he sees her in public and ignores her sexual advances; he returns to reading a book she wrote, only to discover the rest of the book is blank pages following a message of "I offer my flower to you, and you deny it. This book is over."
14th Jan '16 9:10:45 PM mephistos
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* ''{{Franchise/Saw}}'': Jigsaw is got close to being the personification of this trope, to the point where if there is another film, he's going to make the Batman look like a rank amateur. Despite the slight handicap of suffering from being in the final stages of an inoperable brain tumor in the first three films and the slightly more serious affliction of being dead in the following ones, he is STILL able to mastermind the abductions of dozens of people, the creation of ridiculously elaborate traps, training of real and fake apprentices and apparently being able to predict every single action and consequence of all these machinations nearly flawlessly.

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* ''{{Franchise/Saw}}'': Jigsaw is got close to being the personification of this trope, to the point where if there is another film, he's going to make the Batman look like a rank amateur. Despite the slight handicap of suffering from being in the final stages of an inoperable brain tumor in the first three films and the slightly more serious affliction of being dead in the following ones, he is STILL able to mastermind the abductions of dozens of people, the creation of ridiculously elaborate traps, training of real and fake apprentices and apparently being able to predict every single action and consequence of all these machinations nearly flawlessly.
14th Jan '16 7:21:53 AM EDP
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** Turns out [[spoiler: most of the contingency orders are there to justify Order 66, that Palpatine will use to exterminate the Jedi after tricking them into giving him an excuse]].

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** Turns out [[spoiler: most of the contingency orders are there to justify Order 66, that Palpatine will use to exterminate the Jedi after tricking them into giving him an excuse]].excuse. And yes, [[RefugeInAudacity Supreme Chanchellor Sheev Palpatine put Order 65 there himself]]]].
7th Jan '16 5:37:51 PM Pinokio
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* ''Sivaji: The Boss'': During the song "Aandhi Ki Tarah", Sivaji is held up at gunpoint during a dance. But the arms he was using to dance with were fake. He pulls out pistols from underneath his coat and fires.

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* ''Sivaji: The Boss'': During the song "Aandhi Ki Tarah", "Athiradi" song, Sivaji is held up at gunpoint during a dance. But the The arms he was using to dance with were fake. He pulls out two pistols from underneath his coat and fires.fires at the thugs who held him up. And survives.
2nd Jan '16 10:27:28 PM Pinokio
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* ''Sivaji: The Boss'': During the song "Aandhi Ki Tarah", Sivaji is held up at gunpoint during a dance. But the arms he was using to dance with were fake. He pulls out pistols from underneath his coat and fires.
6th Nov '15 1:59:07 AM StFan
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Examples of Crazy-Preparedness from films. CrazyPrepared/{{Batman}} has his own subpage, which includes the ''Batman'' movies.
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