History Film / Gordy

29th Jul '17 7:42:17 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Sipes' attempt to ruin Gordy's test shoot only succeeds in securing his fame when Hanky switches out the wide-angle lens for the regular lens after he and Gordy get wise to their scheme. Somehow the camera crew does not notice the switch when they move on to Hanky's mother, setting back his planned takeover of her father's company when she's reduced to a laughingstock.
** Also counts as a case of NiceJobBreakingItHero as Gordy and Hanky inadvertently set her up for the fall when they switched the lenses, and [[IdiotHoudini are completely oblivious to the part they played in it.]] To be fair though, this more owed to the oversight of the camera crew than to any malicious intent on their part.
29th Jul '17 7:34:08 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** For that matter, if the two families have married, what became of Luke's band and Royce Industries after they all moved to the farm?
5th Jun '16 12:02:35 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* ProductPlacement: A particularly strange one that involves Federal Express.
21st Oct '15 5:34:46 PM nombretomado
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A 1995 movie in which a piglet goes on a search for his family and along the way, he meets a country-singing girl with no mother and a rich boy with no father (Hey, [[Film/InspectorGadget it's a]] {{Disney}}-distributed [[Film/InspectorGadget movie!]]). Eventually, Gordy becomes famous.

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A 1995 movie in which a piglet goes on a search for his family and along the way, he meets a country-singing girl with no mother and a rich boy with no father (Hey, [[Film/InspectorGadget it's a]] {{Disney}}-distributed Creator/{{Disney}}-distributed [[Film/InspectorGadget movie!]]). Eventually, Gordy becomes famous.
26th Aug '15 1:16:12 PM Twentington
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* WhatAnIdiot: The two henchmen when they lose track of Gordy and Hanky lie to their boss that they had both kids "all locked up" in the limo. Seeing how the intent was not to kidnap Hanky in the first place, all these two did was put themselves on the spot.
26th Jul '15 2:00:31 PM OlfinBedwere
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* ArtisticLicenseFilmProduction: Midway through the film, a camera has its ordinary lens secretly replaced with a wide-angle lens, which causes the commercial it's filming to be distorted. The cameraman apparently notices while he's looking through the camera, but all he does is rub his eyes. No one apparently noticed when the footage was being edited together. Sabotage of this kind would require striking the whole film crew with blindness.

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* ArtisticLicenseFilmProduction: Midway through the film, a camera has its ordinary lens secretly replaced with a wide-angle lens, which causes the commercial it's filming to be distorted. [[note]](Suggesting that the writers didn't know the difference between a wide-angle lens and a fisheye lens, as the former would actually just make Gordy appear to be stood further away from the camera)[[/note]] The cameraman apparently notices while he's looking through the camera, but all he does is rub his eyes. No one apparently noticed when the footage was being edited together. Sabotage of this kind would require striking the whole film crew with blindness.
23rd May '15 1:34:08 PM MyTimingIsOff
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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Jessica.
** To be fair, the movie never really establishes her as either an antagonist or a protagonist; she's mostly just focused on expanding her own career, while Sipes (who ''is'' the villain) tries desperately to help give her a jumpstart.
23rd May '15 10:58:17 AM justanotherrandomlurker
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* SpeaksFluentAnimal: According to this film, anyone can understand animals if they take the time to listen. Which apparently amounts to about ten seconds of silent observation.

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* SpeaksFluentAnimal: According to this film, anyone can understand animals if they take the time to listen. Which apparently amounts to about ten seconds of silent observation.listen, but particularly those who are pure-hearted.
23rd May '15 10:43:54 AM justanotherrandomlurker
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** To be fair, the movie never really establishes her as either an antagonist or a protagonist; she's mostly just focused on expanding her own career, while Sipes (who ''is'' the villain) tries desperately to help give her a jumpstart.
19th May '15 6:46:09 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: When Mr. Sipes' true colors are finally seen, it is Luke of all people who repays him with a knockout punch; Jessica also counts, courtesy of her attorney's briefcase.


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* DirtyCoward: Pretty much the only reason the otherwise harmless and well-meaning Brinks continues to obey Mr. Sipes.
* ExecutiveMeddling: In-universe example; Mr. Sipes constantly schemes to inherit his fiancee's company and isn't about to let its new mascot interfere in that.


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* WhatAnIdiot: The two henchmen when they lose track of Gordy and Hanky lie to their boss that they had both kids "all locked up" in the limo. Seeing how the intent was not to kidnap Hanky in the first place, all these two did was put themselves on the spot.
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