History Film / BlackDynamite

20th Aug '16 10:21:52 PM Ghilz
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* BatDeduction: Black Dynamite's EurekaMoment at a diner, where he figures out the evil plot by some InsaneTrollLogic. Starting from M & M's slogan, with an extended trip to Ancient Greece and Rome, which of course everyone is familiar with, and ending up at Music/LittleRichard.

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* BatDeduction: Black Dynamite's EurekaMoment at a diner, where he figures out the evil plot by some InsaneTrollLogic. Starting from M & M's slogan, with an extended trip to Ancient Greece and Rome, which of course everyone is familiar with, and ending up at Music/LittleRichard. [[note]]They are at a diner that serves waffles who melt in your mouth. [=M&Ms=] also melt in your mouth (And not in your hand) and are made by the Mars Candy Company. Mars is the Roman God of War, and his Greek counterpart is Ares. Mars backwards without the S reads "Ram", which is the symbol for Aries. Ares' half sister is Athena, who is the namesake for Athens, Greece. Zodialogical Astronomy was invented by the Greeks in 785 BC (everyone around the table knows this). 785 is the area code of Topeka Kansas. Which can be shortened to Code Kansas. Code Kansas backwards without one of the S gives Snake Doc. AKA Snake Doctor. Aesculapius is the Greek Demigod of Medecine who believed snakes' tongues had mystical healing power and whose staff surrounded by snakes is the symbol for medicine. Apollo is Aesculapius' father, and a legend involving him and snakes is in both Greek and Roman mythology - Apollo slew the serpent at Delphi. The Serpent was a big ass snake. The South American anaconda is the biggest snake in the world. Anaconda Malt Liquor has the slogan "Anaconda Malt Liquor gives you Whooooooooooo!" "Whooooooooooooo!" sounds like Music/LittleRichard. So the motto really is: "Anaconda Malt Liquor gives you Music/LittleRichard". Dick is another name for Richard. So the real motto (and the sinister plot) is that Anaconda Malt Liquor gives you a small dick. And their conclusion is immediately proven correct.[[/note]]
19th Jul '16 5:09:15 AM charliebiggs
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-->Man, [[WhoDares who DARE knock]] right when I'm about to plant my--

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-->Man, [[WhoDares who DARE knock]] right when I'm about plannin' to plant my--



--> '''Black Dynamite's doctor:''' Well, no fragments. In and out. You're lucky Black Dynamite. Three inches to the left and we wouldn't even be having this conversation!

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--> '''Black Dynamite's doctor:''' Well, no fragments. In and out. You're lucky lucky, Black Dynamite. Three inches to the left and we wouldn't even be having this conversation!



* FanserviceExtra: Done, as with everything else, in the style of old blaxsploitation movies.

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* FanserviceExtra: Done, as with everything else, in the style of old blaxsploitation blaxploitation movies.



* JiveTurkey: The makers noted that most of the old blaxsploitation movies were actually written by white men, and contained slang that didn't really resemble the way black people talked even in the seventies. One said that he had never in his life heard a black man call someone a "jive turkey," but of course ''Black Dynamite'' had to be full of that kind of thing.

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* JiveTurkey: The makers noted that most of the old blaxsploitation blaxploitation movies were actually written by white men, and contained slang that didn't really resemble the way black people talked even in the seventies. One said that he had never in his life heard a black man call someone a "jive turkey," but of course ''Black Dynamite'' had to be full of that kind of thing.



-->'''Bullhorn:''' Man, who dare knock when I'm planning to plant my-- ([[{{Leitmotif}} Dynamite!]])

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-->'''Bullhorn:''' Man, who dare knock when I'm planning plannin' to plant my-- ([[{{Leitmotif}} Dynamite!]])
18th Jul '16 5:08:22 PM charliebiggs
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* BrickJoke: After a shootout that ruins his chili and donuts restaurant, Roscoe remarks that the odd combination wasn't working out anyway. Nearly an hour later, Creamed Corn scoffs at a waitress' ridiculous offer of chicken and waffles. Upon hearing this, Roscoe jumps up in the background, shouts "That's IT!" and runs out of the diner.

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* BrickJoke: After a shootout that ruins his chili and donuts restaurant, Roscoe remarks that the odd combination wasn't working out anyway. Nearly an hour later, Creamed Corn scoffs at a waitress' ridiculous offer of chicken and waffles. Upon hearing this, Roscoe jumps up in the background, shouts [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roscoe%27s_House_of_Chicken_and_Waffles "That's IT!" IT!"]] and runs out of the diner.
23rd Jun '16 3:23:03 AM gewunomox
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* BatDeduction: Black Dynamite's EurekaMoment at a diner, where he figures out the evil plot by some InsaneTrollLogic. Starting from M & M's slogan, with an extended trip to Ancient Greece and Rome, which of course everyone is familiar with, and ending up at LittleRichard.

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* BatDeduction: Black Dynamite's EurekaMoment at a diner, where he figures out the evil plot by some InsaneTrollLogic. Starting from M & M's slogan, with an extended trip to Ancient Greece and Rome, which of course everyone is familiar with, and ending up at LittleRichard.Music/LittleRichard.
22nd Jun '16 8:27:03 AM dangerdan97
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** Baltimore Colts All-Star Running Back Ferrante Jones ([[Film/{{Spawn}} Michael Jai White]]) as Black Dynamite.

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** [[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball Baltimore Colts All-Star Running Back Back]] Ferrante Jones ([[Film/{{Spawn}} Michael Jai White]]) as Black Dynamite.



** William T Michaelson ([[Film/ForrestGump Mykelti]] [[Film/ConAir Williamson]]) as Chicago Wind.

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** [[RealNameAsAnAlias William T Michaelson Michaelson]] ([[Film/ForrestGump Mykelti]] [[Film/ConAir Williamson]]) as Chicago Wind.



** And me, that bad Bullhorn (Byron Minns) as Himself, making him a straight example of the trope as well.

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** And me, that bad Bullhorn (Byron Minns) as Himself, Himself; making him him, paradoxically, both a straight example and an inversion of the trope as well.''at the same time''.
9th Apr '16 8:21:54 PM Tuckerscreator
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** Black Dynamite swears on the ghost of Abraham Lincoln, [[spoiler: who helps him to defeat Richard Nixon. That's what Nixon gets for using John Wilkes Boothe's derringer]].

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** Black Dynamite swears on the ghost of Abraham Lincoln, [[spoiler: who helps him to defeat Richard Nixon. That's what Nixon gets for using John Wilkes Boothe's Booth's derringer]].
26th Feb '16 3:42:43 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* TimeshiftedActor: Parodied; while in the flashback with Jimmy, "18-Year-Old Black Dynamite" looks so little like his adult counterpart (with Scott Sanders mentioning in the commentary how Neill Lewis is [[ButNotTooBlack "several shades lighter"]] than Michael Jai White) that he still has to state who they both are, just for clarity.
13th Sep '15 2:22:19 AM JB0187
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* RoaringRampageofRevenge: BD goes on one after he finds out about his brother Jimmy is killed.

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* RoaringRampageofRevenge: {{Roaring Rampage of Revenge}}: BD goes on one after he finds out about his brother Jimmy is killed.
1st Aug '15 8:11:26 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* BadBadActing: Many of the line readings are delivered in an intentionally stilted way to parody the level of acting you might find in a cheap blaxploitation film. In one notable example, Black Dynamite is supposed to be frolicking playfully with his new girlfriend, but the actor is clearly confused and annoyed by the scene.

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* BadBadActing: Many of the line readings are delivered in an intentionally stilted way to parody the level of acting you might find in a cheap blaxploitation film. In one notable example, Black Dynamite is supposed to be frolicking playfully with his new girlfriend, but the actor actor, Ferrante Jones, is clearly confused and annoyed by the scene.scene, and it ends in an extremely awkward hug.[[note]]Michael Jai White even mentions in the commentary that this was inspired by any love scenes featuring Jim Brown, a tough-guy sort of actor who couldn't play "tender" to save his life.[[/note]]
1st Aug '15 7:58:29 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: In-universe, of course. Black Dynamite -- a stern, violent, murderous pimp -- appears as himself on the faux-kids show ''Ding Dong Roar'' to deliver a PSA to children about how DrugsAreBad; the way they choose to spread the word, however, is through a song confusingly titled [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk6Zy1xC4JM "Drugs are Fun"]], almost entirely about how drugs have street names that sound like nice things.
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