History Film / Armageddon

17th Sep '16 7:47:41 AM ErikModi
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* ObliviousAstronomers: {{Lampshaded}} to the point of {{Anvilicious}}ness.
7th Aug '16 5:26:07 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** Davis and Tucker, who are sucked into the void of space when the ''Independence'' is ripped to shreds by debris.


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* FromBadToWorse: Given the gravity of the situation, the entire film runs on this.
5th Aug '16 11:36:24 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* NoOneGetsLeftBehind: Harry and Lev refuse to leave without AJ, even as the space station around them is burning up; Although Harry is forced to flee with his team, Lev stays behind to retrieve AJ. Against all odds, they make it aboard the ''Independence'' just in time.
21st Jul '16 10:52:00 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The size of Texas? Know what else is the size of Texas? Ceres, a dwarf planet discovered ''back in 1801'' that can often be seen without a telescope. The astronomers in this movie claim the asteroid was not detected because only fifteen telescopes on Earth could do so, but in truth, you'd be able to see an asteroid ''that'' big with the naked eye ''two months'' prior to any threat of impact. NASA can - and has - seen and identified ''far'' smaller ones.



* ArtisticLicensePhysics: ''Astrophysics'' to be precise, to the point where the movie is so [[MohsScaleOfSciFiHardness soft]] that pretty much the only thing it gets right about space is "you can't breathe in it". The staggering amount of scientific inaccuracies in this film has [[http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/01/nasa-uses-the-movie-armageddon-in-their-management-training-program/ actually prompted NASA]] to use it as part of their management training to see how many inaccuracies would candidates be able to identify. So far, over 160 have been found and with the film being only 2 1/2 hours in length, that averages to roughly one inaccuracy per minute.

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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: ArtisticLicensePhysics:
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''Astrophysics'' to be precise, to the point where the movie is so [[MohsScaleOfSciFiHardness soft]] that pretty much the only thing it gets right about space is "you can't breathe in it". The staggering amount of scientific inaccuracies in this film has [[http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/01/nasa-uses-the-movie-armageddon-in-their-management-training-program/ actually prompted NASA]] to use it as part of their management training to see how many inaccuracies would candidates be able to identify. So far, over 160 have been found and with the film being only 2 1/2 hours in length, that averages to roughly one inaccuracy per minute.minute.
** Also, the plan they come up with for destroying the asteroid would ''never'' work in reality; that nuke wouldn't be able to split an asteroid that size like the guys in the movie claimed. However, detonating it on the ''side'' of the asteroid and knock it off course might work, seeing as that is ''NASA's actual plan'' if something like this actually happened.
1st Jul '16 7:37:56 AM Morgenthaler
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** [[TheObiWan Charles "Chick" Chapel]]: "At the craps table, Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada."

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** [[TheObiWan Charles "Chick" Chapel]]: Chapel: "At the craps table, Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada."
23rd Mar '16 1:03:36 PM ixfd64
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* DatingWhatDaddyHates: Harry is initially disapproving of Grace's relationship with AJ.
21st Mar '16 9:26:11 PM CrossFeet606441
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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Ridiculous as it may seems, NASA's actual protocol when someone "loses it" in space is to tie them down on a chair with duct tape.
2nd Mar '16 9:05:11 PM Sonic5421
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* DarkestHour: With the loss of Max and the ''Freedom'''s Armadillo, Harry passes the word back to Earth, and the world prepares for TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Civil Defense sirens blare, families head for their shelters, large groups of people pray, the media ends their broadcasting for the last time, and as one British reporter states:
--> '''British Reporter:''' "Once the asteroid hits Zero Barrier, it will take about 3 hours and 57 minutes to impact Earth."
--> '''Rockhound:''' "Guess what, guys? It is time to embrace the horror. Look, we got front row tickets to the end of the Earth!"



* PercussiveMaintenance: [[spoiler:[[PunctuatedForEmphasis "This! Is how we fix things! On Russian! Space! Station!"]]]]

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* PercussiveMaintenance: [[spoiler:[[PunctuatedForEmphasis "This! Is how we fix things! On Russian! Space! Station!"]]]]Station! Because I don't want to stay here anymore!" ''(Engines finally whirl to life so the shuttle can escape)'']]]]



* RedshirtArmy: The USAF crewmembers save for Sharp and Watts [[spoiler: The entire Independance USAF crew is killed when their shuttle is hit by meteors. They never even make it to the asteroid]].

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* RedshirtArmy: The USAF crewmembers crew members save for Sharp and Watts [[spoiler: The entire Independance USAF crew is killed when their shuttle is hit by meteors. They never even make it to the asteroid]].
26th Feb '16 8:15:46 PM Prfnoff
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'''''Armageddon''''' is a 1998 HighConcept disaster movie from TouchstonePictures, directed by Creator/MichaelBay, produced by JerryBruckheimer, co-written by Creator/JJAbrams, and featuring an AllStarCast.

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'''''Armageddon''''' ''Armageddon'' is a 1998 HighConcept disaster movie from TouchstonePictures, Creator/TouchstonePictures, directed by Creator/MichaelBay, produced by JerryBruckheimer, Creator/JerryBruckheimer, co-written by Creator/JJAbrams, and featuring an AllStarCast.
11th Jan '16 11:44:22 AM dmcreif
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* CelebrityParadox: ''Film/PulpFiction'' is mentioned by name and the woodchipper scene in ''Film/{{Fargo}}'' is referenced. Steve Buchemi starred in ''Fargo'', in which his character is shoved into a woodchipper, while he and Bruce Willis appear in ''Pulp Fiction''.

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* CelebrityParadox: ''Film/PulpFiction'' is mentioned by name and the woodchipper scene in ''Film/{{Fargo}}'' is referenced. Steve Buchemi Buscemi starred in ''Fargo'', in which his character is shoved into a woodchipper, while he and Bruce Willis appear in ''Pulp Fiction''.
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