History Fridge / TheGoonies

17th Apr '17 10:39:13 AM Allronix
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* FridgeBrilliance: How did a Spanish ship end up in Astoria, Oregon? Well, the Spanish ''did'' explore that far north when they were sailing up and down the coast of what is now the United States in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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* FridgeBrilliance: How did a Spanish ship end up in Astoria, Oregon? Well, the Spanish ''did'' explore that far north when they were sailing up and down the coast of what is now the United States in the 16th and 17th centuries. It was also disputed territory between Spain (claiming it from the south) and England (coming from the east) at the time.
9th Apr '17 7:04:15 AM Macsen
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* FridgeBrilliance: How did a Spanish ship end up in Astoria, Oregon? Well, the Spanish ''did'' explore that far north when they were sailing up and down the coast of what is now the United States in the 16th and 17th centuries.
7th Apr '15 3:28:15 AM RushLimborg
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* FridgeHorror: "Break...FALL...!" can easily be this. It's almost as if the film's implying that the entire reason for Sloth's physical and mental deformities are the result of his being dropped as a baby. GEEZ, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids what a disturbing thing in a kid's movie!]]

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* FridgeHorror: "Break...FALL...!" can easily be this. It's almost as if the film's implying that the entire reason for Sloth's physical and mental deformities are the result of his being dropped as a baby. (See ChildhoodBrainDamage on the Main page.) GEEZ, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids what a disturbing thing in a kid's movie!]]
7th Apr '15 3:12:18 AM RushLimborg
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FridgeHorror: "Break...FALL...!" can easily be this. It's almost as if the film's implying that the entire reason for Sloth's physical and mental deformities are the result of his being dropped as a baby. GEEZ, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids what a disturbing thing in a kid's movie!]]

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FridgeHorror: *FridgeHorror: "Break...FALL...!" can easily be this. It's almost as if the film's implying that the entire reason for Sloth's physical and mental deformities are the result of his being dropped as a baby. GEEZ, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids what a disturbing thing in a kid's movie!]]
7th Apr '15 3:12:05 AM RushLimborg
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FridgeHorror: "Break...FALL...!" can easily be this. It's almost as if the film's implying that the entire reason for Sloth's physical and mental deformities are the result of his being dropped as a baby. GEEZ, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids what a disturbing thing in a kid's movie!]]
20th Oct '13 2:47:32 PM CaptainCrawdad
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Fridge Logic

* When Mikey brings the jewels off the ship, he hasn't just laid claim to a few pretty rocks. Under US and international maritime salvage law, the rights to a salvage vessel and its contents go to the person or persons who first successfully brings something off the vessel in question. Since Mikey was that person for Willy's ship, ''his is the ship and everything that's in it!''

Fridge Brilliance
* The traps in the cave still functioning after so many centuries. If you think about it, a lot of those traps should have been instantly lethal but the kids manage to escape them by the skin on their teeth. So the Goonies have the ravages of time to thank for not being horrifically killed when they set them off.
26th Mar '13 2:35:41 PM MarcusImpudite
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* When Mikey brings the jewels off the ship, he hasn't just laid claim to a few pretty rocks. Under US and international maritime salvage law, the rights to a salvage vessel and its contents go to the person or persons who first successfully brings something off the vessel in question. Since Mikey was that person for Willy's ship, ''his is the ship and everything that's in it!''

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* When Mikey brings the jewels off the ship, he hasn't just laid claim to a few pretty rocks. Under US and international maritime salvage law, the rights to a salvage vessel and its contents go to the person or persons who first successfully brings something off the vessel in question. Since Mikey was that person for Willy's ship, ''his is the ship and everything that's in it!''it!''

Fridge Brilliance
* The traps in the cave still functioning after so many centuries. If you think about it, a lot of those traps should have been instantly lethal but the kids manage to escape them by the skin on their teeth. So the Goonies have the ravages of time to thank for not being horrifically killed when they set them off.
16th Nov '12 7:37:57 PM Whitewings
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Fridge Logic

* When Mikey brings the jewels off the ship, he hasn't just laid claim to a few pretty rocks. Under US and international maritime salvage law, the rights to a salvage vessel and its contents go to the person or persons who first successfully brings something off the vessel in question. Since Mikey was that person for Willy's ship, ''his is the ship and everything that's in it!''
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