History Film / Screamers

10th Mar '16 3:57:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* RoboticReveal: Happens to the humanoid Screamers. ExaggeratedTrope; there are so many new generations that the protagonist eventually has trouble believing that anyone besides him is even human. In fact, [[spoiler:he visits the enemy camp (dwindled down to three remaining soldiers) and the soldier who is killed under suspicion of being a Screamer turns out to be the only one who ''wasn't'' a robot.]]

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* RoboticReveal: Happens to the The humanoid Screamers. ExaggeratedTrope; there Screamers successfully infiltrate human camps before they're revealed. There are so many new generations that the protagonist eventually has trouble believing that [[ExaggeratedTrope anyone besides him is even human. human]]. In fact, [[spoiler:he he visits the enemy camp (dwindled down to three remaining soldiers) and the [[spoiler:the soldier who is killed under suspicion of being a Screamer turns out to be the only one of the three who ''wasn't'' a robot.]]
9th Nov '15 12:42:49 PM Morgenthaler
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* CruelTwistEnding: [[spoiler:The last survivor escapes the planet after a number of horrifying revelations (and gruesome deaths) and falls asleep, safe at last... turns out, the teddy bear he kept as a souvenir is also a Screamer.]]


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* TheEndOrIsIt: [[spoiler:The last survivor escapes the planet after a number of horrifying revelations (and gruesome deaths) and falls asleep, safe at last... turns out, the teddy bear he kept as a souvenir is also a Screamer.]]
17th Jun '15 4:05:43 AM Morgenthaler
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''Screamers'' is a 1995 Sci-Fi/Horror film based off of the Creator/PhilipKDick story ''Second Variety''.

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''Screamers'' is a 1995 Sci-Fi/Horror SciFiHorror film based off of the Creator/PhilipKDick story ''Second Variety''.
11th Jun '15 7:30:13 PM Morgenthaler
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29th Apr '15 10:08:14 AM Black_Diesel
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29th Apr '15 10:07:35 AM Black_Diesel
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20th Apr '15 11:25:42 AM nombretomado
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** There is no mention of the N.E.B. and conversation in general gives the impression that Alliance is the governing body of Earth. Particularly puzzling since the first film established that the N.E.B. (who were in a state of ColdWar with the Alliance) was not stymied by the loss of Sirius B and moved on to a new planet where they found Berynium deposits.

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** There is no mention of the N.E.B. and conversation in general gives the impression that Alliance is the governing body of Earth. Particularly puzzling since the first film established that the N.E.B. (who were in a state of ColdWar UsefulNotes/ColdWar with the Alliance) was not stymied by the loss of Sirius B and moved on to a new planet where they found Berynium deposits.
9th Feb '15 10:15:15 AM Neakal
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** There is no mention of the N.E.B. and conversation in general gives the impression that Alliance is the governing body of Earth. Particularly puzzling since the first film established that the N.E.B. was not stymied by the loss of Sirius B and moved on to a new planet where they found Berynium deposits.

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** There is no mention of the N.E.B. and conversation in general gives the impression that Alliance is the governing body of Earth. Particularly puzzling since the first film established that the N.E.B. (who were in a state of ColdWar with the Alliance) was not stymied by the loss of Sirius B and moved on to a new planet where they found Berynium deposits.
9th Feb '15 10:11:48 AM Neakal
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
** The second film makes no mention of the N.E.B. and conversation in general gives the impression that Alliance is the governing body of Earth. Particularly puzzling since the first film established that the N.E.B. was not stymied by the loss of Sirius B and moved on to a new planet where they found Berynium deposits.
** The identity and fate of the group that sent the distress signal in the second film is left unexplained. Two of them get killed and one of them manages to barricade himself in the communication array and send the distress signal. However, the rescue team never makes it there. All we can determine is that they were not affiliated with the survivors at the refinery (who were unfamiliar with a distress call and disbelieved the rescue team when they mentioned it) or Orsow (who stated that he does not wish anyone leaving the planet for fear of spreading the Screamers).

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
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WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The second film makes sequel provides couple instances.
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no mention of the N.E.B. and conversation in general gives the impression that Alliance is the governing body of Earth. Particularly puzzling since the first film established that the N.E.B. was not stymied by the loss of Sirius B and moved on to a new planet where they found Berynium deposits.
** The identity and fate of the group that sent the distress signal in the second film is also left unexplained. Two of them get killed and one of them manages to barricade himself in the communication array and send the distress signal. However, the rescue team never makes it there. All we can determine is that they were not affiliated with the survivors at the refinery (who were unfamiliar with a distress call and disbelieved the rescue team when they mentioned it) or Orsow (who stated that he does not wish anyone leaving the planet for fear of spreading the Screamers).
9th Feb '15 10:10:55 AM Neakal
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
** The second film makes no mention of the N.E.B. and conversation in general gives the impression that Alliance is the governing body of Earth. Particularly puzzling since the first film established that the N.E.B. was not stymied by the loss of Sirius B and moved on to a new planet where they found Berynium deposits.
** The identity and fate of the group that sent the distress signal in the second film is left unexplained. Two of them get killed and one of them manages to barricade himself in the communication array and send the distress signal. However, the rescue team never makes it there. All we can determine is that they were not affiliated with the survivors at the refinery (who were unfamiliar with a distress call and disbelieved the rescue team when they mentioned it) or Orsow (who stated that he does not wish anyone leaving the planet for fear of spreading the Screamers).
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