History ItsAllAboutMe / Film

16th Jan '16 7:05:27 PM NegiSpongie
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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.
8th Jan '16 6:41:04 PM nombretomado
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* In ''SpiritedAway'', after Chihiro has pried a job out of Yubaba, over relentless and vicious attempts to intimidate her out of asking, Yubaba laments her promise to employ anyone who asked for a job: it makes her have to be so nice all the time, and she really hates that.

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* In ''SpiritedAway'', ''Anime/SpiritedAway'', after Chihiro has pried a job out of Yubaba, over relentless and vicious attempts to intimidate her out of asking, Yubaba laments her promise to employ anyone who asked for a job: it makes her have to be so nice all the time, and she really hates that.
3rd Dec '15 9:41:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* The main character of ''LittleSweetheart'' is a sociopath, so this is a given.

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* The main character of ''LittleSweetheart'' ''Film/LittleSweetheart'' is a sociopath, so this is a given.
16th Sep '15 6:00:50 PM schoi30
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* [[BigBrotherBully Scowler]] from ''Series/WalkingWithDinosaurs: TheMovie'' has this as his main personality trait. When he becomes leader of the herd, he gets DrunkWithPower to the point of sociopathy.
25th Jul '15 2:30:44 PM ragnarok235
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* As it turns out, [[spoiler:Dr. Mann]] of ''Film/{{Interstellar}}'' [[spoiler:was one of the unfortunate astronauts who landed on a planet that was ''not'' suitable for human habitation, but was too much of a DirtyCoward to perform a HeroicSacrifice and instead ''forged data about his planet and activated his beacon anyway'' so the party can drop by and rescue him. When you're willing to put a mission to save the entire human race in jeopardy just to save your own sorry ass, you count as this]]. Naturally, when the AwfulTruth is revealed to the heroes, the "one PrecisionFStrike only in a PG-13 film" rule is used to brilliant effect.
-->You ''fucking'' coward.
4th Mar '15 10:38:29 AM TVRulezAgain
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** This characterization carries over to Gaston's appearances in ''HouseOfMouse'', when he'll interject with "Nobody X's like Gaston!" [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Except for "Nobody shuts up like... nevermind."]]

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** This characterization carries over to Gaston's appearances in ''HouseOfMouse'', ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'', when he'll interject with "Nobody X's like Gaston!" [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Except for "Nobody shuts up like... nevermind."]]"



* Syndrome aka Buddy Pine in ''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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* Syndrome aka Buddy Pine in ''TheIncredibles''.''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.
19th Dec '14 5:43:36 PM eroock
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** Also, the bathhouse employees could count. They don't care that a strange spirit has somehow taken up residence in the bathhouse and is demanding all of the food and water. He's getting them ''gold''! And they only start to be careful around him after [[spoiler:they realize that he might eat one of them]].
28th Nov '14 8:08:21 AM redandready45
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* Richard "Dick" Thornburg from''Film/DieHard'' is smug reporter whose own fame and glory matter more than the safety of others. In the first movie, he [[spoiler: reveals her relationship to John on TV, and thus to Hans by forcing his way into Holly's house, blackmailing her maid, and putting her children in the spotlight]].

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* Richard "Dick" Thornburg from''Film/DieHard'' from ''Film/DieHard'' is smug reporter whose own fame and glory matter more than the safety of others. In the first movie, he [[spoiler: reveals her relationship to John on TV, and thus to Hans by forcing his way into Holly's house, blackmailing her maid, and putting her children in the spotlight]].
28th Nov '14 8:08:02 AM redandready45
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* Richard "Dick" Thornburg from''Film/DieHard'' is smug reporter whose own fame and glory matter more than the safety of others. In the first movie, he [[spoiler: reveals her relationship to John on TV, and thus to Hans by forcing his way into Holly's house, blackmailing her maid, and putting her children in the spotlight]].
** In the second movie, he expects special treatment on the plane, and when [[spoiler: learns of the terrorists plot, he reveals it to the airport and embellishes the extent of the danger, causing a panic at the airport]] that impedes John and airport security from taking down the rogue soldiers.
19th Oct '14 11:40:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* The fictionalized version of Mark Zuckerburg in ''TheSocialNetwork'' has a pretty clear shade of this, expecting everyone around him to conform to his wishes, demands total devotion and praise, and is contemptuous of anyone who doesn't treat him as he feels he deserves. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuB_ng5uVaI This video nicely sums it up.]]

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* The fictionalized version of Mark Zuckerburg in ''TheSocialNetwork'' ''Film/TheSocialNetwork'' has a pretty clear shade of this, expecting everyone around him to conform to his wishes, demands total devotion and praise, and is contemptuous of anyone who doesn't treat him as he feels he deserves. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuB_ng5uVaI This video nicely sums it up.]]
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