History Film / CastAway

4th Jun '16 8:07:06 PM SgtFrog1
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* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:It's gradually revealed that Chuck came very close to taking his own life. Good thing he did a "dry run" first with a dummy, or else he would've just broken his legs and died of exposure or dehydration.]]

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* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:It's gradually revealed that Chuck came very close to taking his own life. Good thing he did a "dry run" first with a dummy, or else he would've just broken his legs and died of a horribly prolonged death due to exposure or dehydration.]]
13th Mar '16 4:56:36 AM eroock
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'''''Cast Away''''' is a 2000 film directed by Creator/RobertZemeckis, written by William Broyles Jr. and starring Creator/TomHanks.

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'''''Cast Away''''' ''Cast Away'' is a 2000 film directed by Creator/RobertZemeckis, written by William Broyles Jr. and starring Creator/TomHanks.
13th Mar '16 4:55:25 AM eroock
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* BookEnds: The movie begins and ends at [[spoiler:the same rural crossroads in Texas, near the ranch that the "winged package" came from.]]

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* BookEnds: {{Bookends}}: The movie begins and ends at [[spoiler:the same rural crossroads in Texas, near the ranch that the "winged package" came from.]]
27th Feb '16 12:00:36 PM poi99
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* GallowsHumor: With a rotten tooth Chuck mentions to Wilson, a volleyball, that his dentist back home was named Dr. Spalding. The joke gets an IronicEcho later, but when we hear the name again after [[spoiler:the man who married Kelly identifies himself as an acquaintance of Spaulding]], suffice to say, the joke is a lot less funny.

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* GallowsHumor: With a rotten tooth Chuck mentions to Wilson, a volleyball, that his dentist back home was named Dr. Spalding. The joke gets an IronicEcho later, but when we hear the name again after [[spoiler:the man who married Kelly identifies himself as an acquaintance of Spaulding]], suffice to say, [[FunnyAneurysmMoment the joke is a lot less funny.]]
12th Sep '15 9:51:54 PM NWolfman
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This was Zemeckis's only live-action film made during the 2000s, the rest of which he spent making MotionCapture films before returning to live-action eleven years later with ''Film/{{Flight}}''.
9th Aug '15 7:05:44 PM OnTheHillside
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* AccidentalAdultery: Confusingly, Chuck's long-term partner Kelly says that she "always knew" he was alive, but [[AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder marries a dentist anyway]]. [[spoiler: She offers to divorce her new husband to get back together with Chuck, but he refuses.]]

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* AccidentalAdultery: Confusingly, Chuck's long-term partner Kelly says that she "always knew" he was alive, but [[AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder marries a dentist anyway]]. after everyone pressures her to move on]]. [[spoiler: She offers to divorce her new husband to get back together with Chuck, but he refuses.just changes her mind about a minute later.]]
19th Jul '15 10:10:24 PM OnTheHillside
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* AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder: Interestingly, [[spoiler:Kelly was fully willing to drop her new husband for Chuck, but [[DidNotGetTheGirl both Chuck and Kelly realize that doing so would be impossible]].]] It's an interesting bit of trivia that according to the commentary that the scene [[spoiler: was the part of the movie that confused watchers between the ages of 14 and 20 in the test audience. They were either too accustomed to the idea of the protagonist [[HappilyEverAfter getting the girl in the end]] or weren't yet emotionally ready to grasp the sheer complexity of adult relationships.]]

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* AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder: Interestingly, [[spoiler:Kelly was fully willing to drop her new husband for Chuck, but and they were seconds away from running off together, only for [[DidNotGetTheGirl both Chuck and Kelly realize that doing so would be impossible]].to reconsider]].]] It's an interesting bit of trivia that according to the commentary that the scene [[spoiler: was the part of the movie that confused watchers between the ages of 14 and 20 in the test audience. They were either too accustomed to the idea of the protagonist [[HappilyEverAfter getting the girl in the end]] or weren't yet emotionally ready to grasp the sheer complexity of adult relationships.]]
14th May '15 10:36:48 AM HighCrate
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* AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder: Interestingly, [[spoiler:Kelly was fully willing to drop her new husband for Chuck, but [[DidNotGetTheGirl both Chuck and Kelly realize that doing so would be impossible]].]]
** It's an interesting bit of trivia that according to the commentary that the scene [[spoiler: was the part of the movie that confused watchers between the ages of 14 and 20 in the test audience. They were either too accustomed to the idea of the protagonist [[HappilyEverAfter getting the girl in the end]] or weren't yet emotionally ready to grasp the sheer complexity of adult relationships.]]

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* AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder: Interestingly, [[spoiler:Kelly was fully willing to drop her new husband for Chuck, but [[DidNotGetTheGirl both Chuck and Kelly realize that doing so would be impossible]].]]
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]] It's an interesting bit of trivia that according to the commentary that the scene [[spoiler: was the part of the movie that confused watchers between the ages of 14 and 20 in the test audience. They were either too accustomed to the idea of the protagonist [[HappilyEverAfter getting the girl in the end]] or weren't yet emotionally ready to grasp the sheer complexity of adult relationships.]]
* AccidentalAdultery: Confusingly, Chuck's long-term partner Kelly says that she "always knew" he was alive, but [[AbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder marries a dentist anyway]]. [[spoiler: She offers to divorce her new husband to get back together with Chuck, but he refuses.
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21st Feb '15 7:30:35 PM keyree
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** One popular theory is that the wings on the package were a symbol of hope for Chuck.

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** One popular theory is that the wings on the package were a symbol of hope for Chuck. Seemingly corroborated when he [[spoiler: paints the symbol on the makeshift sail.]]
4th Feb '15 12:16:19 AM R.G.
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* {{Robinsonade}}

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* {{Robinsonade}}{{Robinsonade}}: See SettingUpdate below.
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