History Film / DeadMan

10th Jun '17 2:18:40 PM nombretomado
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* StuffedIntoTheFridge: [[spoiler:Thel, disposed of after a few minutes of screen time.]]



* WomenInRefrigerators: [[spoiler:Thel, disposed of after a few minutes of screen time.]]
23rd May '17 11:00:49 AM CosmicFerret
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* RiverOfInsanity: The whole trip is a journey into the madness of the American soul. Blake must be put [[LongBusTrip on a boat]] to cleanse him and prepare him for the journey [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence to the afterlife]] as the surroundings get weirder and darker and more dangerous the further he goes into the wilderness. And then to top it off, there's the opening railroad journey, piloted by Crispin Glover:

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* RiverOfInsanity: The whole trip is a journey into the madness of the American soul. Blake must be put [[LongBusTrip on a boat]] to cleanse him and prepare him for the journey [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence to the afterlife]] as the surroundings get weirder and darker and more dangerous the further he goes into the wilderness. And then to top it off, there's the opening railroad journey, piloted by Crispin Glover:Creator/CrispinGlover:
8th Apr '17 3:43:58 PM XFllo
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* DeadAllAlong: [[spoiler:Nobody fits this trope.]]
8th Apr '17 2:46:22 PM XFllo
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22nd Mar '17 7:03:00 AM Adept
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Not to be confused with the Creator/DCComics character of the [[ComicBook/{{Deadman}} same name]], and ''not'' to be confused with [[DeadmanWonderland that one really]] {{Gorn}}y {{anime}} about an amusement park prison.

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Not to be confused with the Creator/DCComics character of the [[ComicBook/{{Deadman}} same name]], and ''not'' to be confused with [[DeadmanWonderland [[Manga/DeadmanWonderland that one really]] {{Gorn}}y {{anime}} about an amusement park prison.



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22nd May '15 10:23:05 PM DarkSoldier
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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Mr. Dickinson, the boss of Machine. He seems to carry a shotgun around with him at all times, and even uses it to threaten the three baddest bounty hunters in the west into taking his assignment. This was Robert Mitchum's final role.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Mr. Dickinson, the boss of Machine. He seems to carry a shotgun around with him at all times, times and even uses it to threaten the three baddest bounty hunters in the west into taking his assignment. This was Robert Mitchum's final role.



* CatchPhrase: Nobody's is, "Stupid fucking white man!" He even [[ActorAllusion gets to say it]] in [[Creator/JimJarmusch Jarmusch]]'s next film ''Film/GhostDogTheWayOfTheSamurai''.

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* CatchPhrase: Nobody's is, is "Stupid fucking white man!" He even [[ActorAllusion gets to say it]] in [[Creator/JimJarmusch Jarmusch]]'s next film ''Film/GhostDogTheWayOfTheSamurai''.



* CultureClash: The status of tobacco. The white characters view it as a vice, while Nobody comes from a culture that views it as a sacrament. When Nobody asks, "Do you have any tobacco?", he's essentially asking, "Will you pray with me?" while the white characters read it as "Can I bum a smoke?"



* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: Thel is an ex-hooker turned paper flower maker, and takes Blake in when he has nowhere to go. It turns out to be a bad idea for both of them.

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* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: Thel is an ex-hooker turned paper flower maker, maker and takes Blake in when he has nowhere to go. It turns out to be a bad idea for both of them.



* MagicRealism: Blake's trip to the ocean is basicaly a spiritual journey into the afterlife taking place in the real world. Even before Blake gets shot, the film presents a dream-like, otherworldy level of reality.
* MeaningfulName: William Blake, Dickinson, Nobody, etc.

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* MagicRealism: Blake's trip to the ocean is basicaly basically a spiritual journey into the afterlife taking place in the real world. Even before Blake gets shot, the film presents a dream-like, otherworldy otherworldly level of reality.
* MeaningfulName: William Blake, Dickinson, and Nobody, etc.most notably.



* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: The town of Machine is just as soulless of an industrial town as you'd imagine.

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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: The town of Machine is just as soulless of an industrial town as you'd imagine.



* PopStarComposer: NeilYoung provides a soundtrack that's entirely improvised on electric guitar.

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* PopStarComposer: NeilYoung Music/NeilYoung provides a soundtrack that's entirely improvised on electric guitar.
19th May '15 4:51:00 AM bobg
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* DisproportionateRetribution: [[spoiler:Cole shoots Johnny dead for telling him "Fuck you", and later kills and eats Conway just because Conway annoyed him by trying to ake idle conversation with him by asking what race his family was.]]
30th Apr '15 9:37:47 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ArcWords: "Have you got any tobacco?"
2nd Feb '15 1:55:47 PM fgenzo159
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2nd Feb '15 1:54:15 PM fgenzo159
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