History ItsAllAboutMe / Film

28th Aug '16 12:28:53 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'': Joy always wants Riley to be happy, so essentially she always wants Riley to focus on her. The conflict of the film is kicked off when Sadness creates a new core memory, which Joy is so opposed to that she yanks it out before it can take and tries to send it to the Memory Dump, thus leading to the rest being knocked loose and being sucked through the tube. Also, if you look closely, all the core memories have been created by her.

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* ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'': Joy is a WellIntentionedExtremist version. She always wants Riley to be happy, so essentially she always wants Riley to focus on her. The She's the one behind all of Riley's core memories, and the conflict of the film is kicked off when Sadness ''Sadness'' creates a new core memory, which Joy is so opposed to that she yanks it out before it can take and tries to send it to the Memory Dump, thus leading to the rest being knocked loose and being sucked through the tube. Also, if you look closely, all the core memories have been created by her.tube, with her and Sadness following when she tries to save them.
31st Jul '16 7:53:02 AM SirSapphire
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** Which is ironic, considering Magneto's ego and inability to believe that Mutants could possibly survive without him is something of a running theme through the first three movies
9th Jun '16 5:53:04 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** This characterization carries over to Gaston's appearances in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'', when he'll interject with "Nobody X's like Gaston!" Except for "Nobody shuts up like... nevermind."

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** This characterization carries over to Gaston's appearances in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'', when he'll interject with "Nobody X's like Gaston!" Except for "Nobody shuts up like... nevermind.never mind."



* The TropeNamer is ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove''. The main poster shows human Cuzco in front of a giant "ME". Properly read, the poster says "It's all about me".
* Syndrome aka Buddy Pine in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles''. As a boy, he constantly pesters Mr. Incredible and implores him to let him be his sidekick. When he tries to show his skills, and almost gets killed doing so, the resulting damage leads to a widespread SuperRegistrationAct which forces Mr. Incredible into retirement and hiding. Yet years later, Syndrome still has the gall to say ''he'' got the short end of the stick.

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* The TropeNamer is ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove''. The main poster shows human Cuzco Kuzco in front of a giant "ME". Properly read, the poster says "It's all about me".
* Syndrome aka a.k.a. Buddy Pine in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles''. As a boy, he constantly pesters Mr. Incredible and implores him to let him be his sidekick. When he tries to show his skills, and almost gets killed doing so, the resulting damage leads to a widespread SuperRegistrationAct which forces Mr. Incredible into retirement and hiding. Yet years later, Syndrome still has the gall to say ''he'' got the short end of the stick.



* In ''{{Megamind}}'', even after [[spoiler: everyone believed Metro Man was dead]], Hal seemed to think it was an appropriate time to invite Roxanne to his party. His selfishness is made worse by [[spoiler: gaining superpowers.]]

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* In ''{{Megamind}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}}'', even after [[spoiler: everyone believed Metro Man was dead]], Hal seemed to think it was an appropriate time to invite Roxanne to his party. His selfishness is made worse by [[spoiler: gaining superpowers.]]



* ''WreckItRalph'': The phrase "going Turbo" originated when the racing game character Turbo got [[GreenEyedMonster jealous]] of a new game stealing his popularity, so he abandoned his game to join the other one, getting both games decommissioned. He so greatly considers himself more important than anyone else that [[spoiler: he invades another racing game, ''Sugar Rush'', making its intended main character (Vanellope) a bullied glitch, and takes over her role as ruler of the game, so that he has yet another chance to be a popular and victorious racer as King Candy]].

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* ''WreckItRalph'': ''Disney/WreckItRalph'': The phrase "going Turbo" originated when the racing game character Turbo got [[GreenEyedMonster jealous]] of a new game stealing his popularity, so he abandoned his game to join the other one, getting both games decommissioned. He so greatly considers himself more important than anyone else that [[spoiler: he invades another racing game, ''Sugar Rush'', making its intended main character (Vanellope) a bullied glitch, and takes over her role as ruler of the game, so that he has yet another chance to be a popular and victorious racer as King Candy]].
8th Jun '16 12:18:08 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''Film/TheFinestHours'', we get a nice subversion of a particular flavor of this trope: [[WetBlanketWife the love interest who tries to halt the plot out of concern for the hero]]. Miriam's repeated, forceful demands that the rescue effort to save the crew of the ''Pendleton'' be called off to keep Bernie out of danger are refused by Bernie's C.O. She gets kicked out of the Coast Guard station over it, and on the way home she hits a snowbank and is bailed out by a housewife whose husband is trapped on the sinking ship. This gives Miriam a much-needed reality check that she is ''not'' the only woman out there who's worried for her man, and that as dangerous as Bernie's mission is, a lot of other ladies will definitely become widows if he doesn't at least make the attempt.

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* In ''Film/TheFinestHours'', we get a nice subversion of a particular flavor of this trope: [[WetBlanketWife the love interest who tries to halt the plot out of concern for the hero]]. Miriam's repeated, forceful demands that the rescue effort to save the crew of the ''Pendleton'' be called off to keep Bernie out of danger are refused by Bernie's C.O. She gets kicked out of the Coast Guard station over it, and on the way home she hits a snowbank and is bailed out by a worried housewife and her children, whose husband father is trapped on the sinking ship. This gives Miriam a much-needed reality check that she is ''not'' the only woman person out there who's worried for her man, with a loved one's life hanging in the balance, and that as dangerous as Bernie's mission is, a lot of other ladies will definitely become widows if he doesn't at least make the attempt.
8th Jun '16 12:11:32 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''Film/TheFinestHours'', we get a nice subversion of a particular flavor of this trope: [[WetBlanketWife the love interest who tries to halt the plot out of concern for the hero]]. Miriam's repeated, forceful demands that the rescue effort to save the crew of the ''Pendleton'' be called off to keep Bernie out of danger are refused by Bernie's C.O. She gets kicked out of the Coast Guard station over it, and on the way home she hits a snowbank and is bailed out by a housewife whose husband is trapped on the sinking ship. This gives Miriam a much-needed reality check that she is ''not'' the only woman out there who's worried for her man, and that as dangerous as Bernie's mission is, a lot of other ladies will definitely become widows if he doesn't at least make an effort to save the crew.

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* In ''Film/TheFinestHours'', we get a nice subversion of a particular flavor of this trope: [[WetBlanketWife the love interest who tries to halt the plot out of concern for the hero]]. Miriam's repeated, forceful demands that the rescue effort to save the crew of the ''Pendleton'' be called off to keep Bernie out of danger are refused by Bernie's C.O. She gets kicked out of the Coast Guard station over it, and on the way home she hits a snowbank and is bailed out by a housewife whose husband is trapped on the sinking ship. This gives Miriam a much-needed reality check that she is ''not'' the only woman out there who's worried for her man, and that as dangerous as Bernie's mission is, a lot of other ladies will definitely become widows if he doesn't at least make an effort to save the crew.attempt.
8th Jun '16 12:11:05 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''TheFinestHours'', we get a nice subversion of a particular flavor of this trope: [[WetBlanketWife the love interest who tries to halt the plot out of concern for the hero]]. Miriam's repeated, forceful demands that the rescue effort to save the crew of the ''Pendleton'' be called off to keep Bernie out of danger are refused by Bernie's C.O. She gets kicked out of the Coast Guard station over it, and on the way home she hits a snowbank and is bailed out by a housewife whose husband is trapped on the sinking ship. This gives Miriam a much-needed reality check that she is ''not'' the only woman out there who's worried for her man, and that as dangerous as Bernie's mission is, a lot of other ladies will definitely become widows if he doesn't at least make an effort to save them.

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* In ''TheFinestHours'', ''Film/TheFinestHours'', we get a nice subversion of a particular flavor of this trope: [[WetBlanketWife the love interest who tries to halt the plot out of concern for the hero]]. Miriam's repeated, forceful demands that the rescue effort to save the crew of the ''Pendleton'' be called off to keep Bernie out of danger are refused by Bernie's C.O. She gets kicked out of the Coast Guard station over it, and on the way home she hits a snowbank and is bailed out by a housewife whose husband is trapped on the sinking ship. This gives Miriam a much-needed reality check that she is ''not'' the only woman out there who's worried for her man, and that as dangerous as Bernie's mission is, a lot of other ladies will definitely become widows if he doesn't at least make an effort to save them.the crew.
8th Jun '16 12:10:41 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''TheFinestHours'', we get a nice subversion of a particular flavor of this trope: [[WetBlanketWife the love interest who tries to halt the plot out of concern for the hero]]. Miriam's repeated, forceful demands that the rescue effort to save the crew of the ''Pendleton'' be called off to keep Bernie out of danger are refused by Bernie's C.O. She gets kicked out of the Coast Guard station over it, and on the way home she hits a snowbank and is bailed out by a housewife whose husband is trapped on the sinking ship. This gives Miriam a much-needed reality check that she is ''not'' the only woman out there who's worried for her man, and that as dangerous as Bernie's mission is, a lot of other ladies will definitely become widows if he doesn't at least make an effort to save them.
16th May '16 9:47:47 AM Kitch
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* The TropeNamer is ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove''. The main poster shows human Cuzco in front of a giant "ME". Properly read, the poster says "It's all about me".
7th May '16 1:33:30 PM VicGeorge2011
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* Janet Majors in the ''Film/RockyHorrorPictureShow'' follow-up movie ''Shock Treatment'' does a musical number called "Me Of Me" in the Denton TV studio after her EvilMakeover.

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* Janet Majors in the ''Film/RockyHorrorPictureShow'' follow-up movie ''Shock Treatment'' ''Film/ShockTreatment'' does a musical number called "Me Of Me" in the Denton TV studio after her EvilMakeover.
6th May '16 10:21:25 AM VicGeorge2011
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* Janet Majors in the ''Film/RockyHorrorPictureShow'' follow-up movie ''Shock Treatmeat'' does a musical number called "Me Of Me" in the Denton TV studio after her EvilMakeover.

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* Janet Majors in the ''Film/RockyHorrorPictureShow'' follow-up movie ''Shock Treatmeat'' Treatment'' does a musical number called "Me Of Me" in the Denton TV studio after her EvilMakeover.
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