History Film / StandByMe

13th Jan '17 2:25:55 PM TheUnknownUploader
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4th Dec '16 10:53:16 PM ElSquibbonator
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''Stand by Me'' is a 1986 ComingOfAge film directed by Creator/RobReiner and based on the novella ''The Body'', from the collection ''Literature/DifferentSeasons'' by Creator/StephenKing (Yes, [[NightmareFuel THAT Stephen King). Set in the fictional Castle Rock, Oregon (Maine in the original story) in 1959, the film is told through the recollections of the main character, Gordie Lachance, now a freelance writer.

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''Stand by Me'' is a 1986 ComingOfAge film directed by Creator/RobReiner and based on the novella ''The Body'', from the collection ''Literature/DifferentSeasons'' by Creator/StephenKing (Yes, [[NightmareFuel THAT THAT]] Stephen King). Set in the fictional Castle Rock, Oregon (Maine in the original story) in 1959, the film is told through the recollections of the main character, Gordie Lachance, now a freelance writer.
4th Dec '16 10:53:02 PM ElSquibbonator
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''Stand by Me'' is a 1986 ComingOfAge film directed by Creator/RobReiner and based on the novella ''The Body'', from the collection ''Literature/DifferentSeasons'' by Creator/StephenKing. Set in the fictional Castle Rock, Oregon (Maine in the original story) in 1959, the film is told through the recollections of the main character, Gordie Lachance, now a freelance writer.

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''Stand by Me'' is a 1986 ComingOfAge film directed by Creator/RobReiner and based on the novella ''The Body'', from the collection ''Literature/DifferentSeasons'' by Creator/StephenKing.Creator/StephenKing (Yes, [[NightmareFuel THAT Stephen King). Set in the fictional Castle Rock, Oregon (Maine in the original story) in 1959, the film is told through the recollections of the main character, Gordie Lachance, now a freelance writer.
6th Nov '16 2:01:44 AM annette12
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In the novella, Chris is the one who pulls the gun on Ace and threatens to kill him. In the film, it's done by Gordie
6th Nov '16 2:01:25 AM annette12
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* AdaptationalBadass: In the novella, Chris is the one who pulls the gun on Ace and threatens to kill him. In the film, it's done by Gordie

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* AdaptationalBadass: Played straight and inverted with Gordie.
** In the novella, Chris is the one who pulls the gun on Ace and threatens to kill him. In the film, it's done by Gordie.
** On the other hand, in the novel ''Gordie'' is the one who pulls Teddy off the tracks when he is trying to dodge the train. In the movie it's Chris.
In the novella, Chris is the one who pulls the gun on Ace and threatens to kill him. In the film, it's done by Gordie
6th Nov '16 1:51:22 AM shamblingdead2
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* EthicalSlut : Played with, in the Cobras' conversation.
--> All she'll let me do is feel her tits.
--> Ace: That's because she's a Catholic. They're all like that. If you wanna get laid, find yourself a Protestant. {{Beat}} Jew's good.
26th Oct '16 2:26:25 PM JoieDeCombat
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* ArtisticLicenseMedicine: [[spoiler: Adult Gordie writes that Chris died almost instantly after being stabbed in the throat. As death would likely be caused by blood loss, it would still take some time.]] Making it all the worse, naturally.
23rd Aug '16 9:03:14 PM TrollBrutal
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* BattleInTheRain: In the book, the final confrontation between the four friends and the older boys at the site of the corpse takes place during a rainstorm, and in the middle of hailstorms Chris tells Gordie to "stay by him", while in the movie it's a bright and sunny day.

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* BattleInTheRain: In the book, the final confrontation between the four friends and the older boys at the site of the corpse takes place during a rainstorm, and in the middle of hailstorms Chris tells Gordie to "stay by him", with me", while in the movie it's a bright and sunny day.
23rd Aug '16 9:02:13 PM TrollBrutal
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* AdaptationalBadass: In the novella, Chris is the one who pulls the gun on Ace and threatens to kill him. In the film, it's done by Gordie



* BattleInTheRain: well, not much of a battle, but in the book the final confrontation between the four friends and the older boys at the site of the corpse takes place during a rainstorm, while in the movie it's a bright and sunny day.

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* BattleInTheRain: well, not much of a battle, but in In the book book, the final confrontation between the four friends and the older boys at the site of the corpse takes place during a rainstorm, and in the middle of hailstorms Chris tells Gordie to "stay by him", while in the movie it's a bright and sunny day.
5th Aug '16 10:44:10 AM hullflyer
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* NoodleIncident: Gordie says to Chris, "Remember that time you saved [Teddy] in the tree?" (In the novella, that incident is vividly described, but in the film, it's not.)

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* NoodleIncident: Gordie says to Chris, "Remember that time you saved [Teddy] in the tree?" (In the novella, that incident is vividly described, described[[note]]Teddy falls while climbing a tree, and Chris just barely manages to catch him (by the hair!) before he's fallen more than a few feet[[/note]], but in the film, it's not.)
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