History IdiotBall / Film

19th Apr '16 12:47:57 PM erforce
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* Almost all the villains in the IndianaJones series get a dose of this trope. In ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'':

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* Almost all the villains in the IndianaJones ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' series get a dose of this trope. In ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'':
14th Apr '16 8:29:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* Almost all the villains in the IndianaJones series get a dose of this trope. In ''IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'':

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* Almost all the villains in the IndianaJones series get a dose of this trope. In ''IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'':''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade'':
8th Apr '16 10:19:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SupermanII''

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* ''SupermanII''''Film/SupermanII''
4th Apr '16 7:09:17 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** This is actually an aversion the only person given those rules doesn't believe in ghosts. The house apparently doesn't even require people to enter it.
* In ''[[Film/{{WolfGirl}} Wolf Girl]]'' Beau is shown to have [[{{ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy}} really bad aiming]] skills; he plans to murder Kara with a pistol. An angry mob forms to kill Kara who is responsible for murder. The plan is off to a sound start until Krystal seems to forget that they are looking for a 'girl' with 'long brown hair' and decides that it is as good a time as ever to flirt with a girl who looks exactly like Kara but without the hair on her face. Hilariously enough, Krystal even remarks that Kara looks familiar.

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** This is actually an aversion the only person given those rules doesn't believe in ghosts. The house apparently doesn't even require people to enter it.
* In ''[[Film/{{WolfGirl}} Wolf Girl]]'' ''Film/WolfGirl'' Beau is shown to have [[{{ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy}} really bad aiming]] skills; he plans to murder Kara with a pistol. An angry mob forms to kill Kara who is responsible for murder. The plan is off to a sound start until Krystal seems to forget that they are looking for a 'girl' with 'long brown hair' and decides that it is as good a time as ever to flirt with a girl who looks exactly like Kara but without the hair on her face. Hilariously enough, Krystal even remarks that Kara looks familiar.
4th Apr '16 6:22:58 PM DoorIntoSummer
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** This is actually an aversion - the only person givwn those rules doesn't believe in ghosts. If nothing else, the house apparently doesn't require people to enter to begin with.

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** This is actually an aversion - the only person givwn given those rules doesn't believe in ghosts. If nothing else, the The house apparently doesn't even require people to enter to begin with.it.
3rd Apr '16 2:19:20 PM Tyrannosauruses
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** This is actually an aversion - the only person given those rules doesn't believein ghosts. Additional, some victims didn't even go into the house at all, so these rules may just be superstitions.

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** This is actually an aversion - the only person given givwn those rules doesn't believein believe in ghosts. Additional, some victims didn't even go into If nothing else, the house at all, so these rules may just be superstitions.apparently doesn't require people to enter to begin with.
3rd Apr '16 1:59:16 PM Tyrannosauruses
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** This is actually an aversion - the only person given those rules doesn't believein ghosts. Additional, some victims didn't even go into the house at all, so these rules may just be superstitions.
10th Feb '16 2:06:15 PM gophergiggles
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* Apparently the T-X from ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' has a sub-routine that makes it clutch the ball several times. Most notably when it's imitating Scott (Kate's fiance) and she is running toward it. What does it do? [[TooDumbToLive Turns back to the form Kate already knows is a killing machine well ahead of time]], giving Kate ample time and distance to be rescued. Though it may be a case of ArtificialStupidity, neither the [[Film/TheTerminator obsolete T-800]] or the [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay T-1000]] made moves like this, and the T-X is [[InformedAbility alegedly far more intelligent and advanced]].
7th Feb '16 11:19:02 PM gophergiggles
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** And when we get to the Original Trilogy, in the light of events of the Prequel Trilogy, Palpatine's response to Luke's refusal to be turned to the Dark Side is truly idiotic: He proceeds to try to torture Luke to death, in front of his father, while Luke begs his father for help, despite the fact that ''offering Anakin the power to preserve the lives of his family was the key to getting him to turn to the Dark Side''. He may have hoped [[ThatManIsDead Anakin was dead]], but he didn't even think of the possibility!

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** And when we get to the Original Trilogy, in the light of events of the Prequel Trilogy, Palpatine's response to Luke's refusal to be turned to the Dark Side is truly idiotic: He proceeds to try to torture Luke to death, in front of his father, while Luke begs his father for help, despite the fact that ''offering Anakin the power to preserve the lives of his family was the key to getting him to turn to the Dark Side''. He may have hoped [[ThatManIsDead Anakin was dead]], but he didn't even think of the possibility!possibility! Palpatine's plan to sway Luke to the Dark Side to begin with was even more idiotic: simply put it "ha ha I've lured your friends into a death trap... so now you're my apprentice I guess! Go Team Dark Side!" At least with Anakin he actually offered the guy a desirable incentive to [[FaceHeelTurn turn bum on the Republic]].
7th Feb '16 2:02:47 PM gophergiggles
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* Sandman / Flint Marko from ''Film/SpiderMan3'', after being foiled by ol' Web Head, decides that he'll never be able to get the money he needs to help his daughter as long as the web slinger is around and decides to take him out. Considering he can ''fly'' and regular police and military can't stand a chance against him, it never occurs to him to just cross the Hudson and hit a bank in Jersey City, ''where Spider Man doesn't fight crime.'' That's also not considering the legal applications of his abilities that would have been far more lucrative than robbing banks (see his entry under CutLexLuthorACheck).
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