History Film / DayOfTheAnimals

28th Jun '16 9:16:14 AM Ardashir
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* TheEndOrIsIt: The film ends with the eagle, that has seemingly been leading the animals, flying at the screen, suggesting that danger is not over yet.

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* TheEndOrIsIt: The film ends with the eagle, hawk that has seemingly been leading the animals, animals flying at the screen, suggesting that danger is not over yet.



* NoEnding: The remaining survivors all hide out in a grounded helicopter, raft downriver to escape some killer dogs, or hide in a pickup at the end -- and the animals all conveniently drop dead from the "virus". Save for the evil eagle, that is.

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* NoEnding: The remaining survivors all hide out in a grounded helicopter, raft downriver to escape some killer dogs, or hide in a pickup at the end -- and the animals all conveniently drop dead from the "virus". Save for the evil eagle, hawk, that is.
26th May '16 11:21:29 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:A movie for your shirtless-Creator/LeslieNielsen-bear-wrestling needs.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:A [[caption-width-right:300:A movie for your shirtless-Creator/LeslieNielsen-bear-wrestling needs.]]
7th Jan '16 11:54:33 PM remtar85
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** And possibly the worst of all is, after Mandy has been attacked by wolves, he sends Frank and the injured Mandy on a different route all by themselves to find help for Mandy, despite the fact that they are his responsibility and they have absolutely zero survival skills or know-how of how to survive in the forest, which is, ironically, the very thing Buckner is paid to do and is supposed to be teaching them. * TheEndOrIsIt: The film ends with the eagle, that has seemingly been leading the animals, flying at the screen, suggesting that danger is not over yet.

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** And possibly the worst of all is, after Mandy has been attacked by wolves, he sends Frank and the injured Mandy on a different route all by themselves to find help for Mandy, despite the fact that they are his responsibility and they have absolutely zero survival skills or know-how of how to survive in the forest, which is, ironically, the very thing Buckner is paid to do and is supposed to be teaching them.
* TheEndOrIsIt: The film ends with the eagle, that has seemingly been leading the animals, flying at the screen, suggesting that danger is not over yet.
14th Dec '15 1:55:59 AM erforce
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A group of people take a backpacking trip through some mountainous terrain. Their timing is rather unfortunate, since the [[GlobalWarming ongoing depletion of ozone layer]] has exposed the animals to higher dozes of UV-radiation, which has driven them mad. "Mad" as in "they all target humans specifically".

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A group of people take a backpacking trip through some mountainous terrain. Their timing is rather unfortunate, since the [[GlobalWarming ongoing depletion of ozone layer]] has exposed the animals to higher dozes of UV-radiation, which has driven them mad. "Mad" as in "they "kill all target humans specifically".
mad".



* TheEndOrIsIt: The film ends with the eagle, that has seemingly been leading the animals, flying at the screen, suggesting that danger is not over yet.

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* TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes: Buckner, in spades. Every death from those in the group are, even if indirectly, his fault:
** He fails to notice the danger they're in despite the strange behavior of the animals, including the continuous attacks, until it's too late.
** He is not suspicious at all that they find a deserted campsite with the belongings of the campers all in there, and even during the nighttime and the following day, after wolves attacked his group and injured one of them, he chooses to ignore the fact that these missing people haven't returned.
** He continues to press on his original planned path rather than turn back and go to where he first sent Frank and Mandy, where there is a radio, buildings to hide out in, and is a shorter trek than the path he has the group take to reach civilization. This after the group discovers that the stash of food he had been leading them to has been ransacked by the animals.
** He brings along absolutely no weapons or form of communication in case of an emergency.
** And possibly the worst of all is, after Mandy has been attacked by wolves, he sends Frank and the injured Mandy on a different route all by themselves to find help for Mandy, despite the fact that they are his responsibility and they have absolutely zero survival skills or know-how of how to survive in the forest, which is, ironically, the very thing Buckner is paid to do and is supposed to be teaching them.
* TheEndOrIsIt: The film ends with the eagle, that has seemingly been leading the animals, flying at the screen, suggesting that danger is not over yet.



* GhostTown: After an arduous journey out of the woods, Frank and the little girl who joined him on the way find the nearby town evacuated, with only animals and a couple of corpses in sight.

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* GhostTown: GhostTown:
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After an arduous journey out of the woods, Frank and the little girl who joined him on the way find the nearby town evacuated, with only animals and a couple of corpses in sight.



* [[GreenAesop Green]] SpaceWhaleAesop: Don't deplete the ozone layer or the extra solar radiation will mutate a virus and turn animals (and Leslie Nielsen) into homicidal maniacs.



** JerkassHasAPoint: Painful though it is to admit it, if the group had backtracked when Jenson first suggested it, they might have all made it back to civilization safely without anyone becoming animal chow or turning on and raping/murdering someone else.

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** * JerkassHasAPoint: Painful though it is to admit it, if the group had backtracked when Jenson first suggested it, they might have all made it back to civilization safely without anyone becoming animal chow or turning on and raping/murdering someone else.



* SpaceWhaleAesop: Don't deplete the ozone layer or the extra solar radiation will mutate a virus and turn animals (and Leslie Nielsen) into homicidal maniacs.



* TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes: Buckner, in spades. Every death from those in the group are, even if indirectly, his fault:
** He fails to notice the danger they're in despite the strange behavior of the animals, including the continuous attacks, until it's too late.
** He is not suspicious at all that they find a deserted campsite with the belongings of the campers all in there, and even during the nighttime and the following day, after wolves attacked his group and injured one of them, he chooses to ignore the fact that these missing people haven't returned.
** He continues to press on his original planned path rather than turn back and go to where he first sent Frank and Mandy, where there is a radio, buildings to hide out in, and is a shorter trek than the path he has the group take to reach civilization. This after the group discovers that the stash of food he had been leading them to has been ransacked by the animals.
** He brings along absolutely no weapons or form of communication in case of an emergency.
** And possibly the worst of all is, after Mandy has been attacked by wolves, he sends Frank and the injured Mandy on a different route all by themselves to find help for Mandy, despite the fact that they are his responsibility and they have absolutely zero survival skills or know-how of how to survive in the forest, which is, ironically, the very thing Buckner is paid to do and is supposed to be teaching them.
29th Jul '15 1:35:46 AM remtar85
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** He continues to press on his original planned path rather than turn back and go to where he first sent Frank and Mandy, where there is a radio, buildings to hide out in, and is a shorter trek than the path he has the group take to reach civilization.

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** He continues to press on his original planned path rather than turn back and go to where he first sent Frank and Mandy, where there is a radio, buildings to hide out in, and is a shorter trek than the path he has the group take to reach civilization. This after the group discovers that the stash of food he had been leading them to has been ransacked by the animals.
29th Jul '15 1:30:53 AM remtar85
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* TheCobblersChildrenHaveNoShoes: Buckner, in spades. Every death from those in the group are, even if indirectly, his fault:
** He fails to notice the danger they're in despite the strange behavior of the animals, including the continuous attacks, until it's too late.
** He is not suspicious at all that they find a deserted campsite with the belongings of the campers all in there, and even during the nighttime and the following day, after wolves attacked his group and injured one of them, he chooses to ignore the fact that these missing people haven't returned.
** He continues to press on his original planned path rather than turn back and go to where he first sent Frank and Mandy, where there is a radio, buildings to hide out in, and is a shorter trek than the path he has the group take to reach civilization.
** He brings along absolutely no weapons or form of communication in case of an emergency.
** And possibly the worst of all is, after Mandy has been attacked by wolves, he sends Frank and the injured Mandy on a different route all by themselves to find help for Mandy, despite the fact that they are his responsibility and they have absolutely zero survival skills or know-how of how to survive in the forest, which is, ironically, the very thing Buckner is paid to do and is supposed to be teaching them.
10th Nov '14 10:37:11 AM akih08
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** JerkassHasAPoint: Painful though it is to admit it, if the group had backtracked when Jenson first suggested it, they might have all made it back to civilization safely without anyone becoming animal chow or turning on and raping/murdering someone else.



** JerkassHasAPoint: Painful though it is to admit it, if the group had backtracked when Jenson first suggested it, they might have all made it back to civilization safely without anyone becoming animal chow or turning on and raping/murdering someone else.
10th Nov '14 10:36:39 AM akih08
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** JerkassHasAPoint: Painful though it is to admit it, if the group had backtracked when Jenson first suggested it, they might have all made it back to civilization safely without anyone becoming animal chow or turning on everyone else.

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** JerkassHasAPoint: Painful though it is to admit it, if the group had backtracked when Jenson first suggested it, they might have all made it back to civilization safely without anyone becoming animal chow or turning on everyone and raping/murdering someone else.
10th Nov '14 10:35:58 AM akih08
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** JerkassHasAPoint: Painful though it is to admit it, if the group had backtracked when Jenson first suggested it, they might have all made it back to civilization safely without anyone becoming animal chow or turning on everyone else.
19th Aug '14 9:12:17 PM Ardashir
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* GreenAesop/SpaceWhaleAesop: Don't deplete the ozone layer or the extra solar radiation will mutate a virus and turn animals (and Leslie Nielsen) into homicidal maniacs.

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* GreenAesop/SpaceWhaleAesop: [[GreenAesop Green]] SpaceWhaleAesop: Don't deplete the ozone layer or the extra solar radiation will mutate a virus and turn animals (and Leslie Nielsen) into homicidal maniacs.
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