History EarlyInstallmentWeirdness / Film

13th Mar '17 5:27:08 PM NightShade96
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!! Films with their own pages
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* ''EarlyInstallmentWeirdness/ANewHope''
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10th Mar '17 4:01:12 PM MyFinalEdits
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*** Although, Freddy does actually refer to himself as Freddy ("Come to Freddy...") at least once in the first movie. And Nancy calls him "Freddy" at least twice throughout the final showdown ("Come on, Freddy, can't you catch me?").



** Darth Vader showed far more emotion when delivering his lines than he would in the sequels - he actually showed anger and rage when tearing through the Rebel ship and later showed amusement when Force choking an uppity Imperial during a meeting.
*** This behavior returned in the prequel film ''RogueOne''

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** Darth Vader showed far more emotion when delivering his lines than he would in the sequels - he actually showed anger and rage when tearing through the Rebel ship and later showed amusement when Force choking an uppity Imperial during a meeting.
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meeting. This behavior returned in the prequel film ''RogueOne'' ''Film/RogueOne''



** Vader's suit was dirtier in the first movie and the metal part on his chest was behind the two cloth strips instead of in front of them. The eyepieces on his helmet were also tinted a very dark red before switching to solid black in ''Empire'' and beyond.
*** The more primitive Vader suit is also visible in ''RogueOne''

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** Vader's suit was dirtier in the first movie and the metal part on his chest was behind the two cloth strips instead of in front of them. The eyepieces on his helmet were also tinted a very dark red before switching to solid black in ''Empire'' and beyond.
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beyond.The more primitive Vader suit is also visible in ''RogueOne''''Rogue One''.



* Watching ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' over 20 years after it was originally made, while the composition of the elements is still impressive, it is noticeable how certain textures (hair and fabric) are left rather ambiguous and that the faces of human characters other than Sid are often out of frame. This was due to the technology not yet being at point where it could render organic things realistically: it wasn't until ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' that they took the plunge and made a film about people. The film is also remarkably low-key compared to the bombastic flourishes of later films in the series.
** On the subject of Pixar, ''Toy Story'' doesn't have their VanityPlate shown before the film (although it does appear after the credits). Instead, the Walt Disney Pictures logo, rather than fading to black, actually transitions into the movie proper, by having the camera pan away from the castle until it fades into the wallpaper of Andy's room. Retconned with the 3D re-release in 2009, as it opened with the current Disney logo ''and'' the Pixar logo.

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* Watching ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' over 20 years after it was originally made, while the composition of the elements is still impressive, it is noticeable how certain textures (hair and fabric) are left rather ambiguous and that the faces of human characters other than Sid are often out of frame. This was due to the technology not yet being at point where it could render organic things realistically: it wasn't until ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' that they took the plunge and made a film about people. The film is also remarkably low-key compared to the bombastic flourishes of later films in the series.
** On the subject of Pixar,
series. Also, ''Toy Story'' doesn't have their Pixar's VanityPlate shown before the film (although it does appear after the credits). Instead, the Walt Disney Pictures logo, rather than fading to black, actually transitions into the movie proper, by having the camera pan away from the castle until it fades into the wallpaper of Andy's room. Retconned with the 3D re-release in 2009, as it opened with the current Disney logo ''and'' the Pixar logo.
10th Mar '17 8:28:43 AM Pichu-kun
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* Among Creator/DreamWorksAnimation's first films, ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron'' and ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'' had 2-D animation instead of the now-omnipresent CGI. Also, ''Prince'' and ''Spirit'' were serious dramas, and ''Prince'' and ''Road'' are Disney-style musicals, both in stark comparison to the zaniness they developed by ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' (even if later franchises like ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' and ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' showed that they could still be a little more serious when called for).

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* Among Creator/DreamWorksAnimation's Creator/DreamWorksAnimation:
** Amongst Dreamwork's
first films, ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron'' and ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'' had 2-D animation instead of the now-omnipresent CGI. Also, ''Prince'' and ''Spirit'' were serious dramas, and ''Prince'' and ''Road'' are Disney-style musicals, both in stark comparison to the zaniness they developed by ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' (even if later franchises like ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' and ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' showed that they could still be a little more serious when called for).
8th Mar '17 8:15:48 PM nombretomado
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* Among DreamWorksAnimation's first films, ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron'' and ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'' had 2-D animation instead of the now-omnipresent CGI. Also, ''Prince'' and ''Spirit'' were serious dramas, and ''Prince'' and ''Road'' are Disney-style musicals, both in stark comparison to the zaniness they developed by ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' (even if later franchises like ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' and ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' showed that they could still be a little more serious when called for).

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* Among DreamWorksAnimation's Creator/DreamWorksAnimation's first films, ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron'' and ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'' had 2-D animation instead of the now-omnipresent CGI. Also, ''Prince'' and ''Spirit'' were serious dramas, and ''Prince'' and ''Road'' are Disney-style musicals, both in stark comparison to the zaniness they developed by ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' (even if later franchises like ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' and ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' showed that they could still be a little more serious when called for).
25th Feb '17 2:06:50 PM MeYouFools
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*** Although, Freddy does actually refer to himself as Freddy ("Come to Freddy...") at least once in the first movie. And Nancy calls him "Freddy" at least twice throughout the final showdown ("Come on, Freddy, can't you catch me?").
17th Feb '17 7:56:09 AM LordKeane
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***This behavior returned in the prequel film ''RogueOne''


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***The more primitive Vader suit is also visible in ''RogueOne''
26th Jan '17 8:47:31 AM akaun6899
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** On the CGI side of the library, their very first release, ''WesternAnimation/{{Antz}}'' is clearly aimed more towards older audiences, featuring mature themes, and petty swearing, among other things, while later DWA films are clearly aimed toward family audiences.
19th Jan '17 11:57:38 AM GeniusInTheLamp
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* The earliest ''Bowery Boys'' movies were still comedies, but had more serious plotlines, with a number of scenes being straightforward melodrama. It wasn't until the series gained traction that the movies became DenserAndWackier.
18th Jan '17 5:02:04 AM akaun6899
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** On the subject of Pixar, ''Toy Story'' doesn't have their VanityPlate shown before the film (although it does appear after the credits). Instead, the Walt Disney Pictures logo, rather than fading to black, actually transitions into the movie proper, by having the camera pan away from the castle until it fades into the wallpaper of Andy's room.

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** On the subject of Pixar, ''Toy Story'' doesn't have their VanityPlate shown before the film (although it does appear after the credits). Instead, the Walt Disney Pictures logo, rather than fading to black, actually transitions into the movie proper, by having the camera pan away from the castle until it fades into the wallpaper of Andy's room. Retconned with the 3D re-release in 2009, as it opened with the current Disney logo ''and'' the Pixar logo.
4th Jan '17 7:08:46 AM TrueBlue170
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* Watching ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' 15 years after it was originally made, while the composition of the elements is still impressive, it is noticeable how certain textures (hair and fabric) are left rather ambiguous and that the faces of human characters other than Sid are often out of frame. This was due to the technology not yet being at point where it could render organic things realistically: it wasn't until ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' that they took the plunge and made a film about people. The film is also remarkably low-key compared to the bombastic flourishes of later films in the series.

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* Watching ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' 15 over 20 years after it was originally made, while the composition of the elements is still impressive, it is noticeable how certain textures (hair and fabric) are left rather ambiguous and that the faces of human characters other than Sid are often out of frame. This was due to the technology not yet being at point where it could render organic things realistically: it wasn't until ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' that they took the plunge and made a film about people. The film is also remarkably low-key compared to the bombastic flourishes of later films in the series.
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