History Film / BedtimeStories

31st Oct '17 3:30:18 AM jormis29
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* Malaproper: Patrick, being a young child, has some gems like "incineratated" and "underdemeciated". The first clue that the stories are affecting events in the real world is when other people start using the same malapropisms.

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* Malaproper: {{Malaproper}}: Patrick, being a young child, has some gems like "incineratated" and "underdemeciated". The first clue that the stories are affecting events in the real world is when other people start using the same malapropisms.
26th Sep '17 4:17:47 AM tigerstar
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* CoolUncle: Skeeter tries to be this to his niece and nephew.



* ItsBeenDone: Kendall's theme for the new hotel was going to be rock and roll, but when Skeeter points out how the Hard Rock hotel has run on this theme for years, Mr.Nottingham gives Skeeter a chance to think up a better theme that can get him in charge.

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* ItsBeenDone: Kendall's theme for the new hotel was going to be rock and roll, but when Skeeter points out how the Hard Rock hotel has run on this theme for years, Mr. Nottingham gives Skeeter a chance to think up a better theme that can get him in charge.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Skeeter has shades of this; although he's sarcastic, rude, selfish and defiant, he's still a hard worker, kind to his niece and nephew, helps Violet when she's mobbed by paparazzi, and [[spoiler:ultimately saves the school and rescues the kids.]]



* Malaproper: Patrick, being a young child, has some gems like "incineratated" and "underdemeciated". The first clue that the stories are affecting events in the real world is when other people start using the same malapropisms.



* [[MockingMusic Your Radio Hates You]]: After the kids finish a story that has Skeeter's character set on fire and disintegrated, all the songs on Skeeter's radio have to do with fire.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Skeeter telling the kids that there are no happy endings near the beginning gets him fired near the end after the kids make a story with a bad ending, saying they want their story to be "real".



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Skeeter telling the kids that there are no happy endings near the beginning gets him fired near the end after the kids make a story with a bad ending, saying they want their story to be "real".



* WakingNonSequitur: Mickey screams "I'm innocent!" after waking himself up with an attack of his "sleep panic disorder".



* [[YourTelevisionHatesYou Your Radio Hates You]]: After the kids finish a story that has Skeeter's character set on fire and disintegrated, all the songs on Skeeter's radio have to do with fire.
5th Jul '17 4:01:32 PM DinoMaurus
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* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Skeeter finishes his first tale with his character getting [[DownerEnding eaten by alligators]].
26th Dec '16 8:36:40 PM PaulA
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** In his last, sci/fi-themed, story, Barry Nottingham is dressed like [[Film/FlashGordon Ming the Merciless]], and Skeeter is dressed like [[Franchise/StarWars Han Solo]] while Mickey's character spoofs C-3PO.

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** In his last, sci/fi-themed, story, Barry Nottingham is dressed like [[Film/FlashGordon [[Film/FlashGordon1980 Ming the Merciless]], and Skeeter is dressed like [[Franchise/StarWars Han Solo]] while Mickey's character spoofs C-3PO.
12th Mar '16 12:06:55 PM morenohijazo
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* RainOfSomethingUnusual: The children that Skeeter is telling a story to interrupt his tale with gumball rain. Because the stories supposedly comes to life, Skeeter is caught in the middle of a gumball rainfall when he's driving home. The camera reveals that it's the result of a gumball lorry crashing into a pillar on the road above him.
13th Feb '16 10:32:30 PM windyshadow32
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12th Sep '15 9:56:21 PM Eagal
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* Creator/AdamSandler meets {{Disney}} Magic.
** Sort of, because it's never fully explained how the magic works. It just does.
*** Actually, every time someone said something in the story that would come true, the camera focused on the Guinea Pig, with magic type sound effects.
6th Jun '15 4:04:31 PM VicGeorge2011
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This film is entirely unrelated to the 1979 GameShow produced by MerrillHeatter and Bob Quigley.

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This film is entirely unrelated to the 1979 GameShow produced by MerrillHeatter and Bob Quigley. Nor does it have anything to do with the Music/{{Madonna}} album of the same name.
2nd Mar '15 10:37:01 AM FantasyLiver
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* BettyAndVeronica: Blonde, sweet heiress Nicole vs. the practical brown-haired principal Jill.

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* BettyAndVeronica: Blonde, sweet heiress Nicole vs. the practical brown-haired principal teacher Jill.
2nd Feb '15 6:23:30 PM GammaCavy
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*** actually every time someone said something in the story that would come true the camera focused on the Guinea Pig, with magic type sound effects.

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*** actually Actually, every time someone said something in the story that would come true true, the camera focused on the Guinea Pig, with magic type sound effects.
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