History Film / TheLawnmowerMan

20th Aug '17 8:53:23 AM nombretomado
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* CyberPunk: The first film has some vaguely Cyber-Punkish elements, though is really more of a techno-thriller. The second film is more an outright example, to the extent where it often feels like ''Film/BladeRunner'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Film/JohnnyMnemonic''.

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* CyberPunk: The first film has some vaguely Cyber-Punkish elements, though is really more of a techno-thriller. The second film is more an outright example, to the extent where it often feels like ''Film/BladeRunner'' [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] ''Film/JohnnyMnemonic''.
30th Jun '17 9:19:52 PM HudsonHawk
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* ManOnFire: [[spoiler:Father [=McKeen=]'s fate, thanks to Jobe's pyrokinesis.]]
30th Jun '17 9:04:46 PM HudsonHawk
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* AssholeVictim: [[JerkAss Jake]], Father McKeen, and ''especially'' [[AbusuveParents Harold Parkette]] qualify.

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* AssholeVictim: [[JerkAss Jake]], Father McKeen, [=McKeen=], and ''especially'' [[AbusuveParents [[AbusiveParents Harold Parkette]] qualify.
30th Jun '17 9:01:15 PM HudsonHawk
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*AssholeVictim: [[JerkAss Jake]], Father McKeen, and ''especially'' [[AbusuveParents Harold Parkette]] qualify.
30th Jun '17 8:54:51 PM HudsonHawk
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* PapaWolf: Jobe doesn't take too kindly to seeing Peter being harmed, especially by his father. Which is why his death is the most gruesome of the bunch.

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* PapaWolf: Jobe doesn't take too kindly to seeing Peter being harmed, especially by his father. Which father, Harold. This is why his Harold's death is the most gruesome of the bunch.



* TitleDrop: Several characters in the first film, especially the bullies at the gas station, call Jobe the "Lawnmower Man." Jobe himself later drops the title when he {{Mind Rape}}s one of said bullies, and tells him that "the Lawnmower Man's in your head now."
* TronLines: Jobe gets a pretty {{Tron}} like outfit once he starts killing people in the real world.

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* TitleDrop: Several characters in the first film, especially the bullies at the gas station, call Jobe the "Lawnmower Man." Jobe himself later drops the title when he {{Mind Rape}}s one of said bullies, and tells him that "the Lawnmower Man's in your head now."
" It's dropped earlier in the director's cut as Jobe is telling Roscoe 1138 about himself, saying it's a nickname he got because he fixes machines and mows lawns better than anyone.
* TronLines: The VR suits used for the cyclotron at VSI by Angelo and Jobe gets a pretty {{Tron}} like outfit once he starts killing people in the real world.have these.
3rd Jun '17 6:29:24 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* PsychicPowers: Jobe starts off by gaining telepathy, then telekinesis, followed by pyrokinesis, and finally the ability to cause people to disintegrate on the molecular level.

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* PsychicPowers: Jobe starts off by gaining telepathy, {{telepathy}}, then telekinesis, followed by pyrokinesis, and finally the ability to cause people to disintegrate on the molecular level.
18th Apr '17 4:08:42 AM Willbyr
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''The Lawnmower Man'' is a 1992 ScienceFiction film starring Creator/PierceBrosnan and Creator/JeffFahey. It was directed by Brett Leonard who wrote the screenplay together with Gimel Everett. The film's title is taken from the Creator/StephenKing short story of the same name, but aside from a single scene that is (more or less) the same, [[InNameOnly the two works shares absolutely no similarities]].

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''The Lawnmower Man'' is a 1992 ScienceFiction film starring Creator/PierceBrosnan and Creator/JeffFahey. It was directed by Brett Leonard who wrote the screenplay together with Gimel Everett. The film's title is taken from the Creator/StephenKing short story of the same name, but aside from a single scene that is (more or less) the same, [[InNameOnly the two works shares share absolutely no similarities]].
18th Apr '17 4:08:26 AM Willbyr
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28th Mar '17 11:24:15 AM rodneyAnonymous
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''The Lawnmower Man'' is a 1992 ScienceFiction film starring Creator/PierceBrosnan and Creator/JeffFahey. It was directed by Brett Leonard who wrote the screenplay together Gimel Everett. The film's title is taken from the Creator/StephenKing short story of the same name, but aside from a single scene that is (more or less) the same, [[InNameOnly the two works shares absolutely no similarities]].

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''The Lawnmower Man'' is a 1992 ScienceFiction film starring Creator/PierceBrosnan and Creator/JeffFahey. It was directed by Brett Leonard who wrote the screenplay together with Gimel Everett. The film's title is taken from the Creator/StephenKing short story of the same name, but aside from a single scene that is (more or less) the same, [[InNameOnly the two works shares absolutely no similarities]].
16th Feb '17 5:20:48 PM valhallaerikson
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* PapaWolf: Jobe doesn't take too kindly to seeing Peter being harmed, especially by his father. Which is why his death is the most gruesome of the bunch.
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