History Film / DogSoldiers

8th Mar '17 5:59:26 PM Sharlee
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** Also used when [[spoiler: a werewolf knocks the lighter out of Wells' hand as he's about to blow up the kitchen gas supply in a TakingYouWithMe. But it ''didn't'' think to also get between him and the stove's pilot-light switch.]]
2nd Mar '17 9:01:40 AM Mdumas43073
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14th Feb '17 8:37:17 PM Giantman04
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* PhotosLie: The Uath family photo. A couple embraces each other tenderly while the other three people look adorable or awkward, looking at eachother, the camera, or somewhere else. This warm family photo belies the fact that the Uath's are [[spoiler: the main werewolves in the film. ]]
14th Feb '17 8:10:01 PM Giantman04
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* MeaningfulName: The name of the family that owns the house is Uath. [[spoiler: It's an Old Irish word and can be translated as "Horror" or "Fear.'' This name is fitting as the werewolves are the owners of the house.]]
14th Feb '17 8:01:43 PM Giantman04
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** [[spoiler: Subverted. There are two tropes on this page detailing what the pack does with their dead victims. The fact the stove most likely has human flesh cooking in the pot shows us that the pack knows what they are doing as both werewolves and humans.]]

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** [[spoiler: Subverted. There are two tropes on this page detailing what the pack does with their dead victims. The fact that the stove most likely has human flesh cooking in the pot shows us that the pack knows what they are doing as both werewolves and humans.]]
14th Feb '17 8:00:42 PM Giantman04
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*FaceMonsterTurn: The werewolves. Megan is their neighbor and she describes them as good people.
**[[spoiler: Subverted. There are two tropes on this page detailing what the pack does with their dead victims. The fact the stove most likely has human flesh cooking in the pot shows us that the pack knows what they are doing as both werewolves and humans.]]


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*RewatchBonus: [[spoiler: From her first scene, a lot of Megan's dialogue can be viewed in a different perspective. When she first pulls up, she asks if the soldiers are in the middle of a rescue mission. Watching the film a second time, she could be asking about her own rescue. The fact she wasn't hunting with the rest of the pack, but driving along the road, she was waiting for Ryan's mission to succeed and for the pack to pay for her 'adoption'.]]
14th Feb '17 7:44:51 PM Giantman04
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*LaserGuidedKarma: Ryan. Twice. [[spoiler: He uses Sarge and Cooper's team as bait for the werewolf so his team can catch it off guard. Instead, Ryan's team gets slaughtered and Sarge's team comes to his rescue. At the end of the film, Cooper shoots Ryan in the head after he turns into werewolf, giving Ryan an IronicEcho from the beginning of the film.]]


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*PoorCommunicationKills: [[spoiler: Megan and Captain Ryan were in contact before the movie. Ryan wanted to capture a werewolf for military purposes and Megan wants out of the pack. However, Ryan thought there was only one werewolf, so he only came prepared for one. Taken to another level in that he doesn't tell Sarge his men are bait and Ryan got confirmation that Sarge's men could be an acceptable loss.]]
1st Feb '17 4:30:08 PM YT45
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1st Feb '17 4:30:07 PM YT45
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: [[spoiler:Ryan shoots a dog in the head in the first few minutes of the film, just because he ''can''.]]

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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: [[spoiler:Ryan shoots a dog (not just any dog, but a highly-trained and extremely-valuable Military Working Dog) in the head in the first few minutes of the film, just because he ''can''.]]
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