History Film / MyBlueHeaven

29th Oct '16 8:12:38 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* BavarianFireDrill: Vinnie talks Barney into handing over his wrinkled suit trousers so he can take them downstaris to get pressed, treating it as SeriousBusiness. Barney stands alone in his boxers for a moment before realizing that he's been had, and Vinnie gave him the slip.

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* BavarianFireDrill: Vinnie talks Barney into handing over his wrinkled suit trousers so he can take them downstaris downstairs to get pressed, treating it as SeriousBusiness. SeriousBusiness, when his actual plan is to give his F.B.I. handler the slip. Barney stands alone in his boxers for a moment before realizing that he's been had, and Vinnie gave him the slip.had.
29th Oct '16 8:08:19 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* BilingualBonus: Vinnie's (probably fictional) dog is named "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Vaffanculo]]." Hannah's reaction to this indicates she not only understood it, but provides context for the audience that this was Not A Nice Thing To Name A Dog.

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* BilingualBonus: Vinnie's (probably fictional) dog is named "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Vaffanculo]]." Hannah's reaction to this indicates she not only understood it, but provides context for the audience that this was Not A Nice Thing To Name A Dog.[[note]]It basically translates to "Go do it in the ass."[[/note]]
22nd Oct '16 12:51:16 PM lorgskyegon
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* BilingualBonus: Vinnie's (probably fictional) dog is named "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Fongool]]." Hannah's reaction to this indicates she not only understood it, but provides context for the audience that this was Not A Nice Thing To Name A Dog.

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* BilingualBonus: Vinnie's (probably fictional) dog is named "[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Fongool]].Vaffanculo]]." Hannah's reaction to this indicates she not only understood it, but provides context for the audience that this was Not A Nice Thing To Name A Dog.



* CharacterDevelopment: Vinnie becomes more responsible and it's implied he really does come to love and care about the town. Barney loosens up and learns to enjoy his life.

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* CharacterDevelopment: Vinnie becomes more responsible and it's implied he really does come to love and care about the town. Barney loosens up and learns to enjoy his life.life; Hannah does the same.


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* HereWeGoAgain: The pair of hitmen sent to kill Vinnie end up in Witness Protection as well. They even live in the same town and have married Vinnie's first and second wives.


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* MarryThemAll: Vinnie has three wives over the course of the movie. And not a single divorce.
22nd Oct '16 12:47:06 PM lorgskyegon
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* CreatureOfHabit: Barney starts as this, to the point that his wife leaves him because he never changes anything about his routine and is not fun anymore.


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** Of course since Vinnie is a ConsummateLiar, you have to take everything he says with a grain of salt.
8th Aug '16 1:24:05 PM MrDeath
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Vinnie's given reason for why he's testifying. He claims he's actually getting a pretty crappy deal out of the whole thing but he has to do what's right. Whether this is how he actually feels (and felt originally) or if it's just him laying it on for the jury is probably deliberately ambiguous.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: When Vinnie's given reason for why put on the stand, the cross examination tries to discredit him by pointing out all the perks of being in Witness Protection. Vinnie then continues by pointing out he also never gets to see his parents or friends again and that his wife left him. He finishes by saying it's true that he's testifying. He claims only saying these things because of the government deal -- but he gave his word that he'd tell the truth, and that's what he's actually getting a pretty crappy deal out of the whole thing but he has to do what's right. Whether this is how he actually feels (and felt originally) or if it's just him laying it on for the jury is probably deliberately ambiguous.doing.
8th Aug '16 1:20:48 PM MrDeath
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When Vinnie gets into trouble for committing some local crime, he gets arrested by policewoman Hannah Stubbs (Cusack), who is not at all happy that someone like him is being under the watch of Barney and vents at the FBI agent when they first meet. The reason for all of Hannah's frustration is because she's a divorced mom stuck raising her two sons.

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When Vinnie gets into trouble for committing some local crime, he gets arrested by policewoman local District Attorney Hannah Stubbs (Cusack), who is not at all happy that someone like him is being under the watch of Barney and vents at the FBI agent when they first meet. The reason for all of Hannah's frustration is because she's a divorced mom stuck raising her two sons.
8th Aug '16 12:57:48 PM Mdumas43073
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A 1990 film directed by Herbert Ross, written by Creator/NoraEphron, and starring Creator/SteveMartin, Creator/RickMoranis, and Creator/JoanCusack.

In this SliceOfLife RomanticComedy, Vincent "Vinnie" Antonelli (Martin) is a wise-cracking, flashy ex-mobster who has entered the Federal Witness Protection Program and is adjusting to {{suburbia}} with the help of Barney Coopersmith (Moranis), an FBI agent assigned to protect him, whose wife just left him for her own selfish reasons.

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A 1990 SliceOfLife RomanticComedy film directed by Herbert Ross, written by Creator/NoraEphron, and starring Creator/SteveMartin, Creator/RickMoranis, and Creator/JoanCusack.

In this SliceOfLife RomanticComedy, Vincent "Vinnie" Antonelli (Martin) is a wise-cracking, flashy ex-mobster who has entered the Federal Witness Protection Program and is adjusting to {{suburbia}} with the help of Barney Coopersmith (Moranis), an FBI agent assigned to protect him, whose wife just left him for her own selfish reasons.
8th Aug '16 12:56:45 PM Mdumas43073
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In this 1990 SliceOfLife RomanticComedy, Vincent "Vinnie" Antonelli (played by Creator/SteveMartin) is a wise-cracking, flashy ex-mobster who has entered the Federal Witness Protection Program and is adjusting to suburbia with the help of Barney Coopersmith (played by Creator/RickMoranis), an FBI agent assigned to protect him, whose wife just left him for her own selfish reasons.

When Vinnie gets into trouble for committing some local crime, he gets arrested by policewoman Hannah Stubbs (played by Creator/JoanCusack), who is not at all happy that someone like him is being under the watch of Barney and vents at the FBI agent when they first meet. The reason for all of Hannah's frustration is because she's a divorced mom stuck raising her two sons.

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A 1990 film directed by Herbert Ross, written by Creator/NoraEphron, and starring Creator/SteveMartin, Creator/RickMoranis, and Creator/JoanCusack.

In this 1990 SliceOfLife RomanticComedy, Vincent "Vinnie" Antonelli (played by Creator/SteveMartin) (Martin) is a wise-cracking, flashy ex-mobster who has entered the Federal Witness Protection Program and is adjusting to suburbia {{suburbia}} with the help of Barney Coopersmith (played by Creator/RickMoranis), (Moranis), an FBI agent assigned to protect him, whose wife just left him for her own selfish reasons.

When Vinnie gets into trouble for committing some local crime, he gets arrested by policewoman Hannah Stubbs (played by Creator/JoanCusack), (Cusack), who is not at all happy that someone like him is being under the watch of Barney and vents at the FBI agent when they first meet. The reason for all of Hannah's frustration is because she's a divorced mom stuck raising her two sons.



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* BadLiar: Vinnie is a consummate liar who can say anything with a straight face, but he's not always very good at coming up with the lies themselves. "Why do you need 25 copies of it?" "In case I want to read it more than once!"

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* BadLiar: Vinnie is a consummate liar ConsummateLiar who can say anything with a straight face, but he's not always very good at coming up with the lies themselves. "Why do you need 25 copies of it?" "In case I want to read it more than once!"
25th May '16 10:12:52 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* BavarianFireDrill: Vinnie talks Barney into handing over his wrinkled suit trousers so he can take them downstaris to get pressed. Barney stands in his boxers for a moment before realizing that he's been had, and Vinnie gave him the slip.

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* BavarianFireDrill: Vinnie talks Barney into handing over his wrinkled suit trousers so he can take them downstaris to get pressed. pressed, treating it as SeriousBusiness. Barney stands alone in his boxers for a moment before realizing that he's been had, and Vinnie gave him the slip.
25th May '16 10:08:55 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* SharpDressedMan: Vinnie loves his shiny suits, and makes sure Barney gets one, too. His Little League coach's outfit is even a nice suit in the team colors, complete with baseball pinstripes.
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