History FunnyAneurysmMoment / Film

12th Jun '17 12:08:34 AM CaptainAshTiberiusKirk
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** There's also the RunningGag in the first film about Yondu being accused of going soft becasue of his treatment of Peter and his reluctance to deliver him to his father. [[spoiler: Come this film, Yondu really was helping Peter survive on his own, becoming a ParentalSubstitute towards him; and even dies trying to help Peter escape from Ego.]]
5th Jun '17 1:05:55 PM ngh93
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** In WesternAnimation/HappyFeet he voices a penguin slowly being choked by a 6 ring soda can holder.

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** In WesternAnimation/HappyFeet ''WesternAnimation/HappyFeet'' he voices a penguin slowly being choked by a 6 ring soda can holder.



** Two in ''RV'': The first, when the RV rolls over Robin Williams' character and he narrowly misses being crushed, and another when he walks into a lake after the RV when it rolls underwater and disappears (he comes out a few seconds later with one of the bikes from the back, but it's still rather tense)

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** Two in ''RV'': ''Film/{{RV}}'': The first, when the RV rolls over Robin Williams' character and he narrowly misses being crushed, and another when he walks into a lake after the RV when it rolls underwater and disappears (he comes out a few seconds later with one of the bikes from the back, but it's still rather tense)
18th May '17 9:04:26 AM SteveMB
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* In ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'', Peter and Ego have a nice reunited father-and-son bonding moment as they play catch with a ball of energy Peter has manifested with his newly discovered Celestial powers. [[spoiler:Then it turns out that Ego doesn't care about Peter and is just using him as a pawn in his plan to replace all life in the Galaxy with extensions of himself.]]
16th May '17 4:06:09 PM JJHIL325
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** One of the biggest in both Star Wars and pop culture history occurs in ''Film/RogueOne''. For nearly four decades, Star Wars fans have mocked the Empire for [[SelfDestructButton the infamous exhaust vent]] that allowed Luke to blow up the Death Star with a single torpedo strike. After this film revealed [[spoiler: that the flaw was purposely created by the main designer, who was being held captive by the empire, and that the schematics to exploit that flaw were only obtained by the Rebel Alliance in a horrifically bloody battle that destroyed dozens, if not hundreds of lives on both sides]], it doesn't seem so funny anymore.

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** One of the biggest in both Star Wars and pop culture history occurs in ''Film/RogueOne''. For nearly four decades, Star Wars fans have mocked the Empire for [[SelfDestructButton the infamous exhaust vent]] that allowed Luke to blow up the Death Star with a single torpedo strike. After this film revealed [[spoiler: that the flaw was purposely created by the main designer, who designer (who was being held captive enslaved by the empire, empire to create the weapon in the first place), and that the schematics to exploit that flaw were only obtained by the Rebel Alliance in a horrifically bloody battle that destroyed at the cost of dozens, if not hundreds of lives on both sides]], lives]], it doesn't seem so funny anymore.
14th May '17 6:02:58 PM JJHIL325
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** One of the biggest in both Star Wars and pop culture history occurs in ''Film/RougeOne''. For nearly four decades, Star Wars fans have mocked the Empire for [[SelfDestructButton the infamous exhaust vent]] that allowed Luke to blow up the Death Star with a single torpedo strike. After this film revealed [[spoiler: that the flaw was placed there on purpose by the main designer, who was being held captive by the empire, and that the schematics to exploit that flaw were only obtained by the Rebel Alliance in a horrifically bloody battle that destroyed dozens, if not hundreds of lives]], it doesn't seem so funny anymore.

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** One of the biggest in both Star Wars and pop culture history occurs in ''Film/RougeOne''.''Film/RogueOne''. For nearly four decades, Star Wars fans have mocked the Empire for [[SelfDestructButton the infamous exhaust vent]] that allowed Luke to blow up the Death Star with a single torpedo strike. After this film revealed [[spoiler: that the flaw was placed there on purpose purposely created by the main designer, who was being held captive by the empire, and that the schematics to exploit that flaw were only obtained by the Rebel Alliance in a horrifically bloody battle that destroyed dozens, if not hundreds of lives]], lives on both sides]], it doesn't seem so funny anymore.
14th May '17 6:00:07 PM JJHIL325
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** One of the biggest in both Star Wars and pop culture history occurs in ''Film/RougeOne''. For nearly four decades, Star Wars fans have mocked the Empire for [[SelfDestructButton the infamous exhaust vent]] that allowed Luke to blow up the Death Star with a single torpedo strike. After this film revealed [[spoiler: that the flaw was placed there on purpose by the main designer, who was being held captive by the empire, and that the schematics to exploit that flaw were only obtained by the Rebel Alliance in a horrifically bloody battle that destroyed dozens, if not hundreds of lives]], it doesn't seem so funny anymore.
30th Apr '17 9:07:18 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''Film/JackReacher'' movie with TomCruise, the first scene has TheDragon sniping five innocent bystanders. It's rather disturbing to watch considering what happened at Sandy Hook; as it happened, the red-carpet premiere of the film was scheduled for the weekend after that massacre, so it was cancelled.

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* In the ''Film/JackReacher'' movie with TomCruise, Creator/TomCruise, the first scene has TheDragon sniping five innocent bystanders. It's rather disturbing to watch considering what happened at Sandy Hook; as it happened, the red-carpet premiere of the film was scheduled for the weekend after that massacre, so it was cancelled.
15th Apr '17 10:13:06 AM Discord_and_Dine
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* In the pool party scene of ''Film/LaLaLand'', {{Creator/Emma Stone}}'s character taunts {{Creator/Ryan Gosling}}'s piano-player character by shouting, "Hey! George Michael!" at him. The film's script was written in 2011, but by the time the movie had been greenlit and completed, becoming popular in December 2016, {{Music/George Michael}} died of heart failure later that month, making the joke seem ill-timed and TooSoon.



* In the pool party scene of ''Film/LaLaLand'', {{Creator/Emma Stone}}'s character taunts {{Creator/Ryan Gosling}}'s piano-player character by shouting, "Hey! George Michael!" at him. The film's script was written in 2011, but by the time the movie had been greenlit and completed, becoming popular in December 2016, {{Music/George Michael}} died of heart failure later that month, making the joke seem ill-timed and TooSoon.
15th Apr '17 10:10:45 AM Discord_and_Dine
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* In the pool party scene of ''Film/LaLaLand'', {{Creator/Emma Stone}}'s character taunts {{Creator/Ryan Gosling}}'s piano-player character by shouting, "Hey! George Michael!" at him. The film's script was written in 2011, but by the time the movie had been greenlit and completed, becoming popular in December 2016, {{Music/George Michael}} had died of heart failure just days before, making the joke seem ill-timed and TooSoon.

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* In the pool party scene of ''Film/LaLaLand'', {{Creator/Emma Stone}}'s character taunts {{Creator/Ryan Gosling}}'s piano-player character by shouting, "Hey! George Michael!" at him. The film's script was written in 2011, but by the time the movie had been greenlit and completed, becoming popular in December 2016, {{Music/George Michael}} had died of heart failure just days before, later that month, making the joke seem ill-timed and TooSoon.
15th Apr '17 10:10:14 AM Discord_and_Dine
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* In the pool party scene of ''Film/LaLaLand'', {{Creator/Emma Stone}}'s character taunts {{Creator/Ryan Gosling}}'s piano-player character by shouting, "Hey! George Michael!" at him. The film's script was written in 2011, but by the time the movie had been greenlit and completed, becoming popular in December 2016, {{Music/GeorgeMichael}} had died of heart failure just days before, making the joke seem ill-timed and TooSoon.

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* In the pool party scene of ''Film/LaLaLand'', {{Creator/Emma Stone}}'s character taunts {{Creator/Ryan Gosling}}'s piano-player character by shouting, "Hey! George Michael!" at him. The film's script was written in 2011, but by the time the movie had been greenlit and completed, becoming popular in December 2016, {{Music/GeorgeMichael}} {{Music/George Michael}} had died of heart failure just days before, making the joke seem ill-timed and TooSoon.
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