History Film / RamonaAndBeezus

3rd May '16 11:42:21 PM Adept
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* AdaptedOut: Grandpa Day (Mrs. Quimby and Aunt Bea's father) showed up in ''Ramona Forever'' for Aunt Bea's wedding. He did not appear in the movies at all.



* CompressedAdaptation: The movie hits on most the major plot events of the books by making them all happen in a relatively short time period.

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* CompressedAdaptation: The movie hits on most the major plot events of the books entire book series (Ramona's father getting laid off, their house getting renovated, Ramona's runaway attempt, Aunt Bea getting married, etc.) by making them all happen in a relatively short time period.



* NewOldFlame: Aunt Bea and Uncle Hobart. They rekindle their relationship and are engaged by the end of the film.

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* NewOldFlame: Aunt Bea and Uncle Hobart. Hobart dated during their school years, and broke up at some point. They rekindle their relationship and are engaged married by the end of the film.



* RelationshipCompression: Inverted with Uncle Hobart and Aunt Bea. In the novels, there's barely any mention of the two actually knowing each other that well before they came over the Quimby's house one day and announce they're getting married. Here, they flirt a lot, and are almost always on screen together. The movie even showed Hobart proposing to Bea in front of the two families.

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* RelationshipCompression: Inverted with Uncle Hobart and Aunt Bea. In the novels, there's barely any mention of the two actually knowing each other that well well, before they came over suddenly show up at the Quimby's house one day and announce they're getting married. Here, they flirt a lot, and are almost always on screen together. The movie even showed Hobart proposing to Bea in front of the two families.
7th Mar '16 8:18:50 AM pratchettgaiman
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* BrattyHalfPint: Ramona has her moments, but Willa Jean is the real culprit here
7th Mar '16 8:15:44 AM pratchettgaiman
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* DeadpanSnarker: Mrs. Meachem, Ramona's teacher. As Ramona is a bit young, she doesn't always get it.
26th Jan '16 2:39:44 AM Adept
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* RelationshipCompression: Inverted with Uncle Hobart and Aunt Bea. In the novels, there's barely any mention of the two actually knowing each other that well before they came over the Quimby's house one day and announce they're getting married. Here, they flirt a lot, and are almost always on screen together. The movie even showed Hobart proposing to Bea in front of the two families.
20th Dec '15 11:24:28 PM Adept
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* GoshDarnItToHeck: As in ''[[Literature/RamonaQuimby Ramona the Brave]]'', Ramona is so angry she threatens to say a bad word. So she shouts "GUTS!", but rather than get in trouble, she gets laughed at.

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* GoshDarnItToHeck: As in ''[[Literature/RamonaQuimby Ramona ''Ramona the Brave]]'', Brave'', Ramona is so angry she threatens to say a bad word. So she shouts "GUTS!", but rather than get in trouble, she gets laughed at.



* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely appears or even mentioned in the Literature/RamonaQuimby series, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the ''Henry Huggins'' series.

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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely appears or even mentioned in the Literature/RamonaQuimby series, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the ''Henry Huggins'' ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series.
10th Dec '15 3:13:11 PM dkscribbler31
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* NewOldFlame: Aunt Bea and Uncle Hobart. They rekindle their relationship and are engaged by the end of the film.
25th Aug '15 4:42:51 AM Adept
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* LampshadeHanging: Near the beginning of the film, Mrs. Quimby says "Henry Huggins? I haven't heard that name in awhile." The Ramona books were a {{Spinoff}} of the Henry Huggins series and he was prominently featured in the first few books. His role gradually decreased and by the end, the time when the film is set, he hadn't been mentioned for awhile.

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* LampshadeHanging: Near the beginning of the film, Mrs. Quimby says "Henry Huggins? I haven't heard that name in awhile." The Ramona books were a {{Spinoff}} of the Henry Huggins ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series and he was prominently featured in the first few books. His role gradually decreased and by the end, the time when the film is set, he hadn't been mentioned for awhile.
8th Aug '15 6:38:26 AM Adept
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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely appears or mentioned in the Literature/RamonaQuimby series, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the prequels in the ''Henry Huggins'' series.

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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely appears or even mentioned in the Literature/RamonaQuimby series, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the prequels in the ''Henry Huggins'' series.
22nd May '15 8:16:38 PM Anddrix
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* AwardBaitSong: "Live Like There's No Tomorrow", by SelenaGomez & The Scene.
22nd May '15 7:53:38 PM Schroeder1174
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* ActorAllusion: At the expense of Music/SelenaGomez.
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