History HeroicBSOD / Film

1st Dec '16 2:22:32 AM jormis29
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* ''Film/{{Thor}}'' goes into one when he discovers that [[spoiler:he can no longer lift Mjolnir.]] Also Loki visiting him and [[spoiler: lying to him that their father had died and that he was banished from Asgard forever.]]

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* ''Film/{{Thor}}'' goes into one when he discovers that [[spoiler:he can no longer lift Mjolnir.{{Mjolnir}}.]] Also Loki visiting him and [[spoiler: lying to him that their father had died and that he was banished from Asgard forever.]]
14th Nov '16 7:58:50 AM SuzieGuru
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', the movie begins with [[CuteClumsyGirl Fairy Princess Marianne]] as a blissfully happy bride-to-be, joyfully getting ready for her wedding to the handsome Roland...[[spoiler:and then she finds him cheating on her with an unnamed girl. [[BastardBoyfriend On the day of their wedding.]]]]. The sudden cut from the music and the echoing silence, [[BreakTheCutie along with Marianne's heartbreaking expression]], really hammers home the devastating power of this moment.


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9th Oct '16 11:13:46 AM erforce
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** Barbossa (arguably this rather than a VillainousBreakdown, given his brief stint as a "hero" in the third movie) has one in the third movie, after his plan to save the pirates by releasing Calypso fails miserably. Upon seeing the maelstrom that the Pearl is forced to weather, he just stands on the deck staring at it, before Elizabeth snaps him out of it by reminding that he's needed at the helm.

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** Barbossa (arguably this rather than a VillainousBreakdown, given his brief stint as a "hero" in the third movie) "hero") has one in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd third movie, movie]], after his plan to save the pirates by releasing Calypso fails miserably. Upon seeing the maelstrom that the Pearl ''Pearl'' is forced to weather, he just stands on the deck staring at it, before Elizabeth snaps him out of it by reminding that he's needed at the helm.



** Norrington in the second movie.

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** Norrington in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest second movie.movie]] is in grips of one, because he lost his ship in pursuit of Jack Sparrow.
21st Aug '16 12:20:42 PM TheGreenHerring
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* In ''Film/CaptainPhillips'', based on the ''Maersk Alabama'' hijacking, the eponymous captain is rescued by the U.S. Navy after they dispatch the hijackers holding him hostage, but has to be treated for shock since he just narrowly avoided death at his captors' hands. The poor guy is in tears and can barely even talk.
24th Jul '16 7:58:53 PM jormis29
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* The plot of ''Charlie St. Cloud'' has the title character suffer one of these after his little brother was killed in a car accident.

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* The plot of ''Charlie St. Cloud'' ''Film/CharlieStCloud'' has the title character suffer one of these after his little brother was killed in a car accident.
23rd Jul '16 2:00:51 AM WillBGood
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* In LittleWomen's TheFilmOfTheBook (more exactly, the classic one of the 40's), Beth has a huge one when she and Amy [[SnoopingLittleKid sneak into the Christmas Party]] and overhear the GossipyHens speculating about Marmee's "plans" of marrying either Meg or Jo off to Laurie. This is parallel to the book scene where Meg is the one who has such an experience and keeps self cool for a bit, then breaks down crying when she's alone.

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* In LittleWomen's ''Literature/LittleWomen'''s TheFilmOfTheBook (more exactly, the classic one of the 40's), Beth has a huge one when she and Amy [[SnoopingLittleKid sneak into the Christmas Party]] and overhear the GossipyHens speculating about Marmee's "plans" of marrying either Meg or Jo off to Laurie. This is parallel to the book scene where Meg is the one who has such an experience and keeps self cool for a bit, then breaks down crying when she's alone.
23rd Jul '16 2:00:24 AM WillBGood
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* In Film/''TheDeerHunter'', there's Nicky.
* In ''Film/{{Memento}}'', this has happened to Lenny- permanently.

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* In Film/''TheDeerHunter'', ''Film/TheDeerHunter'', there's Nicky.
* In ''Film/{{Memento}}'', this has happened to Lenny- Lenny-- permanently.
23rd Jul '16 1:52:00 AM WillBGood
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* Katherine, the protagonist's love interest in ''Fury'', has one after seeing an angry mob burn her fiance alive. [[spoiler: He gets better.]] Afterwards she's [[DumbStruck unable to speak]], and has a post-traumatic freakout whenever she sees fire (including people lighting their cigarettes).

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* Katherine, the protagonist's love interest in ''Fury'', ''Film/{{Fury 1936}}'', has one after seeing an angry mob burn her fiance alive. [[spoiler: He gets better.]] Afterwards she's [[DumbStruck unable to speak]], and has a post-traumatic freakout whenever she sees fire (including people lighting their cigarettes).
17th Jul '16 9:39:19 AM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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** The Expanded Universe events of the franchise also hint that he continuously suffered from the BSOD even after getting his hand replaced.

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** The non-canon ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'' Expanded Universe events of the franchise also hint that he continuously suffered from the BSOD even after getting his hand replaced.
28th Jun '16 12:16:19 PM 32_Footsteps
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* In ''Film/StrangerThanFiction'', when Karen Eiffel learns that the subject of her latest book, Harold Crick, is a real person that she's going to kill via her writing, she becomes horrified at what she was about to do, and the fact that she may have inadvertently killed other real people with previous books. Later, when she does type out her planned death for Harold, she has a complete breakdown.
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