History Film / NickOfTime

26th Aug '16 1:45:07 AM JackG
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: The meek and mild-mannered Watson is trying to make a phone call at the bus station, while a group of [[TheQuincyPunk punk]] [[RollerbladeGood rollerbladers]] harass his young daughter. After they refuse to go away after he asks them numerous times, he [[PapaWolf knocks over a garbage can in their path]], sending them crashing to the floor [[BewareTheNiceOnes with a deadpan "Oops"]] and a reminder to his daughter to wear a helmet and knee-pads when rollerskating.

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The meek and mild-mannered Watson is trying to make a phone call at the bus station, while a group of [[TheQuincyPunk punk]] [[RollerbladeGood rollerbladers]] harass his young daughter. After they refuse to go away after he asks them numerous times, he [[PapaWolf knocks over a garbage can in their path]], sending them crashing to the floor [[BewareTheNiceOnes with a deadpan "Oops"]] and a reminder to his daughter to wear a helmet and knee-pads when rollerskating.rollerskating.
*** It's also this InUniverse; Smith witnesses the above scene and knows that Watson has what's needed to commit the assassination.
21st Aug '16 11:46:44 PM Silverblade2
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A young girl, Lynn Watson (Courtney Chase), is taken hostage by two mysterious people, Mr. Smith (Walken) and Miss Jones (Roma Maffia). Her father, Gene Watson (Depp), is told that he must kill a woman, Eleanor Grant (Marsha Mason), if he wants to get his girl back. He soon discovers that Eleanor is [[spoiler:the Governor of California]].

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A young girl, Lynn Watson (Courtney Chase), is taken hostage by two mysterious people, Mr. Smith (Walken) and Miss Jones (Roma Maffia). Her father, Gene Watson (Depp), is told that he must kill a woman, Eleanor Grant (Marsha Mason), if he wants to get his girl back. He soon discovers that Eleanor is [[spoiler:the Governor of California]].
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29th Jul '16 1:43:53 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* IdiotBall: The villains are [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy scarily competent]] at first, but suddenly when it's convenient for the hero their competence goes down a few notches and they start committing unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing is [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.

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* IdiotBall: The villains are [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy scarily competent]] competent at first, but suddenly when it's convenient for the hero their competence goes down a few notches and they start committing unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing is [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.
5th Jun '16 8:58:22 PM Mdumas43073
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''Nick of Time'' is a 1995 thriller directed by John Badham, starring Creator/JohnnyDepp and Creator/ChristopherWalken.

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''Nick of Time'' is a 1995 thriller film directed by John Badham, starring Creator/JohnnyDepp and Creator/ChristopherWalken.
5th Jun '16 8:58:09 PM Mdumas43073
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''Nick of Time'' is a 1995 thriller movie, directed by [[Film/SaturdayNightFever John Badham]] and starring Creator/JohnnyDepp and Creator/ChristopherWalken.

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''Nick of Time'' is a 1995 thriller movie, directed by [[Film/SaturdayNightFever John Badham]] and Badham, starring Creator/JohnnyDepp and Creator/ChristopherWalken.
5th Jun '16 8:54:08 PM Mdumas43073
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'''''Nick of Time''''' is a 1995 thriller movie, directed by [[Film/SaturdayNightFever John Badham]] and starring Creator/JohnnyDepp and Creator/ChristopherWalken.

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'''''Nick ''Nick of Time''''' Time'' is a 1995 thriller movie, directed by [[Film/SaturdayNightFever John Badham]] and starring Creator/JohnnyDepp and Creator/ChristopherWalken.


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17th Sep '15 9:10:31 PM smalltime
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* IdiotBall: The villains are [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy scarily competent]] at first, but suddenly when it's convenient for the hero they commit unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing is [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.

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* IdiotBall: The villains are [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy scarily competent]] at first, but suddenly when it's convenient for the hero their competence goes down a few notches and they commit start committing unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing is [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.
17th Sep '15 9:04:02 PM smalltime
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* IdiotBall: The villains are scarily competent at first, but then suddenly when it's convenient for the hero they commit unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing is [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.

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* IdiotBall: The villains are [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy scarily competent competent]] at first, but then suddenly when it's convenient for the hero they commit unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing is [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.
17th Sep '15 9:02:30 PM smalltime
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* IdiotBall: The villains are scarily competent at first, but then suddenly when it's convenient for the hero they commit unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.

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* IdiotBall: The villains are scarily competent at first, but then suddenly when it's convenient for the hero they commit unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing is [[GambitRoulette unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.
17th Sep '15 9:02:01 PM smalltime
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* IdiotBall: The villains are scarily competent at first, but suddenly when it's convenient for the hero they commit unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:aptly killing off the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing [[GambitRoulette unncessarily risky]] so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.

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* IdiotBall: The villains are scarily competent at first, but then suddenly when it's convenient for the hero they commit unnecessary blunders that could ([[spoiler:and then did]]) destroy their EvilPlan (like [[spoiler:aptly killing off [[spoiler:killing the governor's personal assistant without coming up with an explanation for her absence]]), though it is implied that they did so out of sheer nervousness and desperation. The whole thing [[GambitRoulette unncessarily risky]] unnecessarily risky]], so it's amazing they didn't make more mistakes.
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