History Film / CoyoteUgly

28th Jan '16 5:20:25 AM mephistos
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* FlairBartending
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* FlairBartendingFlairBartending: Played straight with the veteran barkeeps who have been doing the job for a while. It's averted for comedy with Violet/Jersey, whose attempts fail whens she tries.
28th Jan '16 5:14:54 AM mephistos
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* ThePlace
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* ThePlaceThePlace: The setting of the story is almost exclusively in the city's [[CoolestClubEver very popular bar]], Coyote Ugly.
28th Jan '16 5:11:58 AM mephistos
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* PerformanceAnxiety: The main plot arc for [[ShrinkingViolet Violet]] Sanford, who is a talented singer in private but struggles overcoming her nervousness in front of a crowd.
11th Jan '16 1:56:49 PM DaRatBastid
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* MeaningfulEcho: During Violet's initial job interview with Lil, Lil jokingly asks about Violet's home town: "Lemme guess: Piedmont, North Dakota?" [[spoiler:As she later reveals to Violet before swearing her to secrecy on penalty of death, Piedmont is actually Lil's home town.]]
21st Dec '15 1:48:01 AM annette12
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* DeadpanSnarker: Several character but especially Lil, the bar owner.

* MeaningfulName: The violet is the state flower of New Jersey, the heroine's state of origin.
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* MeaningfulName: Violet. ** The violet is the state flower of New Jersey, the heroine's state of origin.origin. ** She's also a ShrinkingViolet at the beginning of the movie. * NaiveNewcomer: Violet, when she moves to New York at first.

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* MeaningfulName: The violet TheUglyGuysHotDaughter: Violet's father is the state flower of New Jersey, the heroine's state of origin.played by overweight Creator/JohnGoodman.
24th Jun '15 6:42:07 PM wootzits
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''Coyote Ugly'' was a 2000 Jerry Bruckheimer film about songwriter Violet Sanford (Piper Perabo) [[FishOutOfWater who moves to New York City to try to make it big with her music]]. She ends up getting a job at a woman-run bar prominently featuring scantily clad bar-dancers teasing the male patrons. She eventually comes out of her shell with the help of her Australian boyfriend (Adam Garcia) and the girls at ''Coyote Ugly''.
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''Coyote Ugly'' was is a 2000 Jerry Bruckheimer film about songwriter Violet Sanford (Piper Perabo) [[FishOutOfWater who moves to New York City to try to make it big with her music]]. She ends up getting a job at a woman-run bar prominently featuring scantily clad bar-dancers teasing the male patrons. She eventually comes out of her shell with the help of her Australian boyfriend (Adam Garcia) and the girls at ''Coyote Ugly''.
31st Dec '14 8:31:20 PM pvsage
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* TenWithATwo: {{Discussed|Trope}} when Lil explains the meaning of the bar's name to Violet.
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* TenWithATwo: {{Discussed|Trope}} when Lil explains the meaning of the bar's name to Violet.a patron.
31st Dec '14 8:30:44 PM JoieDeCombat
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* DiscreetDrinkDisposal: Cammy teaches Violet a neat way of doing this.
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* DiscreetDrinkDisposal: Cammy teaches Violet a neat way trick to help her cope with the shots that customers keep treating her to: "chase it with a beer," which is to say spitting the alcohol back out into a beer bottle while pretending to take a swig. Keeps everyone happy, as long as nobody loses track of doing this.their spit bottle.
31st Dec '14 8:16:05 PM pvsage
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* TenWithATwo: {{Discussed|Trope}} when Lil explains the meaning of the bar's name to Violet.
25th Apr '14 12:34:45 PM emeriin
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* MaleGaze: Might as well have been called "Male Gaze: The Movie". Well, I guess you gotta do something to make them sit through a ChickFlick.
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* MaleGaze: Might as well have been called "Male Gaze: The Movie". Well, I guess you gotta do something to make them sit through a ChickFlick.
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