9th Jul '14 10:16:55 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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No, it's not. Other than being about the Pacific Theatre, they have nothing in common. ''The Pacific'' was a Spiritual Successor to ''Band Of Brothers'', and it was made by the same creative team. No one involved with ''The Thin Red Line'' had anything to do with it.
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21st Jun '14 7:05:20 AM SeptimusHeap
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Dying Like Animals and Fighting For Survival are being removed. Bad examples and ZCE are being deleted - if you disagree, feel free to readd under a better trope.
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14th May '14 12:06:02 PM SeptimusHeap
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The Messiah has been disambiguated between Messianic Archetype and All Loving Hero. Bad examples and ZCE are being removed; if you disagree, please readd with sufficient context.
5th Jan '14 2:36:12 AM Odon
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23rd Nov '13 1:39:06 PM majohe
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26th Jul '13 9:46:21 PM Phencyclidine
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The 1998 film is very close to the book and I can't see how it could be called "adaptation expansion." A number of the lines of dialogue from the 1998 film are taken straight from the book From Here to Eternity. If anything, material from the book is cut for the film, not the other way around.
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26th Jul '13 9:43:23 PM Phencyclidine
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There wasn't really any 6-hour cut of the film. The editors talk about this on the Blu-Ray Criterion Collection of The Thin Red Line.
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26th Jul '13 9:42:17 PM Phencyclidine
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Witt does die in the book! It's also not clear in the film that Coombs dies.
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26th Jul '13 9:39:19 PM Phencyclidine
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There was no "6 hour cut." Check out the Criterion Collection interviews on Blu-Ray of The thin Red Line. There never was a 6-hour directors cut.
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26th Jul '13 9:37:37 PM Phencyclidine
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They're not marines. Charlie company is regular army.
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