History Film / MrsDoubtfire

24th Jun '17 11:45:26 AM Aurelian
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* ContrivedCoincidence: It's very convenient for Daniel that his brother happens to be a makeup artist.
7th Jun '17 3:56:49 PM Bergamot
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** FridgeBrilliance: Daniel lied about ''all'' of Mrs. Doubtfire's qualifications, including the first aid, only to pick them up for real as he [[BecomingTheMask got more into the character]]. Meaning at some point, he must have taken a first aid class solely to round out his skill set...and it just happened to come in handy.
2nd Jun '17 4:04:57 PM OnTheHillside
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* MaybeEverAfter: Daniel and Miranda don't get back together in the end of the movie, but Daniel's time as Mrs. Doubtfire serves to ground him, reining in some of the excessive tendencies that drove them apart in the first place. Indeed, Mrs. Doubtfire's closing monologue (which Miranda watches) states that sometimes divorced parents do get back together...and sometimes they don't. The question of whether their marriage is salvageable is left ambiguous, and far less important than the fact that they've reached a happy medium with their children.
19th May '17 3:14:16 PM tyrekecorrea
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* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: Lou and Lydia both respond with "actors" when Daniel quits his job over conscientious objections..

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* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: Lou and Lydia both respond with "actors" when Daniel quits his voice acting job over conscientious objections..objections.
19th May '17 3:12:43 PM tyrekecorrea
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** A happier instance occurs when the kids are told that the legal system is no longer involved in their lives. Chris and Lydia look on approvingly while Natalie hugs their father.


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* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: Lou and Lydia both respond with "actors" when Daniel quits his job over conscientious objections..
18th May '17 8:50:10 PM tyrekecorrea
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: At the end of the film, Daniel comes to take the children for the afternoon, but is too stricken to wait for them inside the house. The closing monologue is Mrs. Doubtfire's response to a letter from a young girl who's concerned about her parents' recent divorce and the future of their family. It's heard over scenes of the Daniel and kids leaving Miranda behind to spend an afternoon together
* oLineOfSightName: The name Doubtfire came from a newspaper headline ("Police Doubt Fire Was Accidental").

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: At the end of the film, Daniel comes to take the children for the afternoon, but regards Miranda somberly, and is too stricken to wait inskidsthe house for them inside the house.kids. The closing monologue is Mrs. Doubtfire's response to a letter from a young girl who's concerned about her parents' recent divorce and the future of their family. It's heard over scenes of the Daniel and kids leaving Miranda behind to spend an afternoon together
and driving into the distance.
* oLineOfSightName: LineOfSightName: The name Doubtfire came from a newspaper headline ("Police Doubt Fire Was Accidental").
18th May '17 8:40:35 PM tyrekecorrea
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The closing monologue is Mrs. Doubtfire's response to a letter from a young girl who's concerned about her parents' recent divorce and the future of their family. It's heard over scenes of the Daniel and kids leaving Miranda behind to spend an afternoon together.

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: At the end of the film, Daniel comes to take the children for the afternoon, but is too stricken to wait for them inside the house. The closing monologue is Mrs. Doubtfire's response to a letter from a young girl who's concerned about her parents' recent divorce and the future of their family. It's heard over scenes of the Daniel and kids leaving Miranda behind to spend an afternoon together.together
18th May '17 8:33:06 PM tyrekecorrea
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* CompensatingForSomething: Mrs. Doubtfire uses this trope regarding Stu's car to mock him, outright stating that men buys big cars to compensate for their small genitals.

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* CompensatingForSomething: Mrs. Doubtfire uses this trope regarding Stu's car to mock him, outright stating that men buys menyoun big cars to compensate for their small genitals.



* LineOfSightName: The name Doubtfire came from a newspaper headline ("Police Doubt Fire Was Accidental").

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* LineOfSightName: LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The closing monologue is Mrs. Doubtfire's response to a letter from a young girl who's concerned about her parents' recent divorce and the future of their family. It's heard over scenes of the Daniel and kids leaving Miranda behind to spend an afternoon together.
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The name Doubtfire came from a newspaper headline ("Police Doubt Fire Was Accidental").
13th May '17 8:38:42 AM tyrekecorrea
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* ReactionShot: After Miranda says she wants a divorce, we cut to all three of the kids' faces in turn. Lydia and Natalie look downcast, and Chris is on the verge of tears.
13th May '17 8:26:20 AM tyrekecorrea
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* HollywoodCalifornia: Set in San Fransisco.
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