History Film / DropDeadFred

7th Nov '17 6:58:18 AM JohnShel91
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* AnAseop: Elizabeth's greatest fear is to be alone. After defending herself and freeing her younger self in her dream, Fred tells her that all she had learn was that as she had herself and stood up for herself, she was never really alone.
2nd Jul '17 8:29:05 AM M3
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* IdiotBall: Lizzie lets Fred screw up her date with Mickey, despite the fact she could've simply told Mickey about Fred's sudden appearance (in his first scene, Mickey even admitted that he believed her about Fred because of all the weird things he saw Lizzie do when they were kids).
13th Jun '17 5:07:15 AM BlindJustice-2515
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* NeverMyFault: Polly blames Lizzie for Nigel leaving her, when really, it was because of how horrible a mother she was to Lizzie.

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* NeverMyFault: Polly blames Lizzie for Nigel leaving her, when really, it was because of how horrible a mother he couldn't stand the emotional abuse she was to heaped on poor Lizzie.
11th Jun '17 2:16:25 PM OddMostOdd
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* DisappearedDad: Lizzie was only conceived because Polly believed that having a child might save her failing marriage to her husband Nigel. However, they couldn't agree on how to raise her; when Polly finally gets sick of Lizzie's antics with Fred and decides to imprison him in a jack-in-the-box, Nigel insists she's making a mistake, but she dismisses his opinion as irrelevant. This proves to be the last straw for their marriage, and Polly's treatment of Lizzie becomes even more strict and manipulative without Nigel to reel her in.

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* DisappearedDad: Lizzie was only conceived because Polly believed that having a child might save her failing marriage to her husband Nigel. However, they couldn't agree on how to raise her; when Polly finally gets sick of Lizzie's antics with Fred and decides to imprison him in a jack-in-the-box, Nigel insists she's making a mistake, but she dismisses his opinion as irrelevant. This proves to be the last straw for their marriage, and Polly's treatment of Lizzie becomes even more strict and manipulative without Nigel to reel rein her in.
15th Jan '17 10:15:09 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* NeverGrewUp: Implied that a person might not actually grow out of needing their imaginary friend. They can take the green pills that will inevitably kill their friend [[spoiler:or in Lizzie's case figure out and defeat what it is that is making them unhappy.]

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* NeverGrewUp: Implied that a person might not actually grow out of needing their imaginary friend. They can take the green pills that will inevitably kill their friend [[spoiler:or in Lizzie's case figure out and defeat what it is that is making them unhappy.]]]
15th Jan '17 10:13:50 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* NeverMyFault: [[MyBelovedSmother Polly]] blames Lizzie for Nigel leaving her, when really, it was because of how horrible a mother she was to Lizzie.

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* NeverMyFault: [[MyBelovedSmother Polly]] Polly blames Lizzie for Nigel leaving her, when really, it was because of how horrible a mother she was to Lizzie.
15th Jan '17 10:12:47 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* NeverMyFault: It's implied that [[MyBelovedSmother Polly]] blames anyone but herself for Nigel leaving her.

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* NeverMyFault: It's implied that [[MyBelovedSmother Polly]] blames anyone but herself Lizzie for Nigel leaving her.her, when really, it was because of how horrible a mother she was to Lizzie.
15th Jan '17 10:08:41 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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'''Polly:''' Well, you only made things worse! He left because of you!

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'''Polly:''' Well, you only made things worse! He left because of you!you!\\
15th Jan '17 10:07:35 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* NeverGrewUp: Implied that a person might not actually grow out of needing their imaginary friend. They can take the green pills that will inevitably kill their friend [[spoiler:or in Lizzie's case figure out and defeat what it is that is making them unhappy.]]

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* NeverGrewUp: Implied that a person might not actually grow out of needing their imaginary friend. They can take the green pills that will inevitably kill their friend [[spoiler:or in Lizzie's case figure out and defeat what it is that is making them unhappy.]]]
* NeverMyFault: It's implied that [[MyBelovedSmother Polly]] blames anyone but herself for Nigel leaving her.
-->'''Polly:''' I guess I made a mistake anyone could make, I had a child to save a marriage.\\
'''Lizzie:''' How could you say that?\\
'''Polly:''' Well, you only made things worse! He left because of you!
'''Lizzie:''' [[CallingTheOldManOut What a pile of shit]].
8th Jan '17 7:02:17 AM Aruu
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* AnimatedCreditsOpening

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* AnimatedCreditsOpeningAnimatedCreditsOpening: Done in the style of children's drawings.



* CharacterTitle
* CringeComedy

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* CharacterTitle
CharacterTitle: Drop Dead Fred is Lizzie's imaginary friend, and arguably the deuteragonist of the film.
* CringeComedyCringeComedy: With lots of physical comedy and toilet humour.
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