History Literature / TheBlueLagoon

9th Apr '16 8:58:47 AM SaraJaye
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* ScreamingBirth: Emmeline doesn't even ''know'' she's giving birth, only that she feels sick and is in pain and her body's pushing against ''something''. The only acknowledgement of it being a birth is Richard asking why she had a baby.
* SurprisePregnancy: Justified, in that neither Richard or Emmeline have had enough of a sex education to recognize the signs of a pregnancy.
27th Dec '15 1:21:15 PM CaptEquinox
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* CaughtWithYourPantsDown: In the film there's a scene where the boy, seen from behind, is clearly stimulating himself manually. The girl asks him "What are you doing?" and he guiltily says "Nothing!" In another scene when they're arguing, she taunts him extensively about this.

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* CaughtWithYourPantsDown: In the 1980 film there's a scene where the boy, seen from behind, is clearly [[ADateWithRosiePalms stimulating himself manually.manually]]. The girl asks him "What are you doing?" and he guiltily says "Nothing!" In another scene when they're arguing, she taunts him extensively about this.
27th Dec '15 1:20:44 PM CaptEquinox
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* MightyWhitey: Dick Lestrange, son of the [[KissingCousins original couple]]. He appears in the sequel, ''The Garden of God'' and the followup novel ''The Gates of Morning''. He can best be described as an intelligent, likable and very easygoing SurferDude. Katafa, something between a JunglePrincess and a BrokenBird, washes up on the shore and causes trouble. She [[ButNotTooForeign isn't really a Kanaka, but a Spanish girl]] who was RaisedByNatives. To ensure the plotline, she's been cursed as an untouchable. After sundry how-likely-is-''that'' events, Dick and Katafa [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove fall in love]]. Katafa [[DefrostingIceQueen becomes touchably soft]] and takes him home with her, where he is ''immediately'' [[AwesomeMomentofCrowning hailed as King]], the old King having died in Katafa's absence. More to the point, laid-back ol' Dick immediately accepts, as a matter of course! (Having earlier picked up a Royal MacGuffin probably helped with this decision.) Stacpoole (usually fairly non-racist) clearly implies that in their present predicament, the natives need a white couple to save them.

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* MightyWhitey: Dick Lestrange, son of the [[KissingCousins original couple]]. He appears in the sequel, ''The Garden of God'' and the followup novel ''The Gates of Morning''. He can best be described as an intelligent, likable and very easygoing SurferDude. Katafa, something between a JunglePrincess and a BrokenBird, washes up on the shore and causes trouble. She [[ButNotTooForeign isn't really a Kanaka, but a Spanish girl]] who was RaisedByNatives. To ensure the plotline, she's been cursed as an untouchable. After sundry how-likely-is-''that'' events, during which he picks up and keeps a Royal MacGuffin, Dick and Katafa [[WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove fall in love]]. Katafa [[DefrostingIceQueen becomes touchably soft]] while Dick becomes both active and passionately caring; she's kind of his Muse. She takes him home with her, where (partly due to his having the royal war club) he is ''immediately'' [[AwesomeMomentofCrowning hailed as King]], the old King having died in Katafa's absence. More to the point, laid-back ol' Dick immediately accepts, as a matter of course! (Having earlier picked up a Royal MacGuffin probably helped with this decision.) absence. Stacpoole (usually fairly non-racist) clearly implies that in their present predicament, the natives need a white couple to save them.
14th Nov '15 11:48:50 PM nombretomado
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* GodivaHair: Emmeline. To the point (as pointed out by RogerEbert) of {{Narm}}. The makeup artists had to glue Shield's hair to her chest to prevent any inadvertant nip slips.

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* GodivaHair: Emmeline. To the point (as pointed out by RogerEbert) Creator/RogerEbert) of {{Narm}}. The makeup artists had to glue Shield's hair to her chest to prevent any inadvertant inadvertent nip slips.
27th Aug '15 3:39:32 PM butterflygrrl
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* GladToBeAliveSex: Presumably the reason for the first sex scene in ''The Awakening''. The two leads discover a skeleton near their lean-to, and Emma freaks out. Not long after, she gives Dean her virginity.

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* GladToBeAliveSex: Presumably the reason for the first sex scene in ''The Awakening''. The two leads discover a skeleton near their lean-to, and Emma freaks out. Not long after, she gives Dean her virginity.has sex for the first time with Dean.
2nd Feb '15 5:17:25 AM Maxiboy136
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There have been four film adaptions. A 1923 silent film directed by W. Bowden and Dick Cruickshanks. A 1949 version directed by Frank Launder. The 1980 adaption directed by Randal Kleiser and starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. In 1991, William A. Graham produced and directed a loose adaption of ''The Garden of God'' titled ''Return To The Blue Lagoon'' starring Creator/MillaJovovich and Brian Krause. And in 2012, Creator/{{Lifetime}} had a loose adaptation called ''Blue Lagoon: The Awakening'' starring ''HomeAndAway'' actors [[Series/H2OJustAddWater Indiana Evans]] and Brenton Thwaites, with Christopher Atkins making a cameo as their teacher.

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There have been four film adaptions.adaptations. A 1923 silent film directed by W. Bowden and Dick Cruickshanks. A 1949 version directed by Frank Launder. The 1980 adaption directed by Randal Kleiser and starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. In 1991, William A. Graham produced and directed a loose adaption of ''The Garden of God'' titled ''Return To The Blue Lagoon'' starring Creator/MillaJovovich and Brian Krause. And in 2012, Creator/{{Lifetime}} had a loose adaptation called ''Blue Lagoon: The Awakening'' starring ''HomeAndAway'' actors [[Series/H2OJustAddWater Indiana Evans]] and Brenton Thwaites, with Christopher Atkins making a cameo as their teacher.
4th Jan '15 6:20:52 PM nombretomado
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There have been four film adaptions. A 1923 silent film directed by W. Bowden and Dick Cruickshanks. A 1949 version directed by Frank Launder. The 1980 adaption directed by Randal Kleiser and starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. In 1991, William A. Graham produced and directed a loose adaption of ''The Garden of God'' titled ''Return To The Blue Lagoon'' starring MillaJovovich and Brian Krause. And in 2012, Creator/{{Lifetime}} had a loose adaptation called ''Blue Lagoon: The Awakening'' starring ''HomeAndAway'' actors [[Series/H2OJustAddWater Indiana Evans]] and Brenton Thwaites, with Christopher Atkins making a cameo as their teacher.

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There have been four film adaptions. A 1923 silent film directed by W. Bowden and Dick Cruickshanks. A 1949 version directed by Frank Launder. The 1980 adaption directed by Randal Kleiser and starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. In 1991, William A. Graham produced and directed a loose adaption of ''The Garden of God'' titled ''Return To The Blue Lagoon'' starring MillaJovovich Creator/MillaJovovich and Brian Krause. And in 2012, Creator/{{Lifetime}} had a loose adaptation called ''Blue Lagoon: The Awakening'' starring ''HomeAndAway'' actors [[Series/H2OJustAddWater Indiana Evans]] and Brenton Thwaites, with Christopher Atkins making a cameo as their teacher.
20th Apr '14 10:45:16 PM gemmabeta2
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* GodivaHair: Emmeline. To the point (as pointed out by RogerEbert) of {{Narm}}.

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* GodivaHair: Emmeline. To the point (as pointed out by RogerEbert) of {{Narm}}. The makeup artists had to glue Shield's hair to her chest to prevent any inadvertant nip slips.
8th Apr '14 7:46:36 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* OldShame: Best not to mention Return To The Blue Lagoon to Milla Jovovich.
1st Feb '14 7:22:54 PM Temmere
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There have been four film adaptions. A 1923 silent film directed by W. Bowden and Dick Cruickshanks. A 1949 version directed by Frank Launder. The 1980 adaption directed by Randal Kleiser and starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. In 1991, William A. Graham produced and directed a loose adaption of ''The Garden of God'' titled ''Return To The Blue Lagoon'' starring Milla Jovovich and Brian Krause. And in 2012, Creator/{{Lifetime}} had a loose adaptation called ''Blue Lagoon: The Awakening'' starring ''HomeAndAway'' actors [[Series/H2OJustAddWater Indiana Evans]] and Brenton Thwaites, with Christopher Atkins making a cameo as their teacher.

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There have been four film adaptions. A 1923 silent film directed by W. Bowden and Dick Cruickshanks. A 1949 version directed by Frank Launder. The 1980 adaption directed by Randal Kleiser and starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. In 1991, William A. Graham produced and directed a loose adaption of ''The Garden of God'' titled ''Return To The Blue Lagoon'' starring Milla Jovovich MillaJovovich and Brian Krause. And in 2012, Creator/{{Lifetime}} had a loose adaptation called ''Blue Lagoon: The Awakening'' starring ''HomeAndAway'' actors [[Series/H2OJustAddWater Indiana Evans]] and Brenton Thwaites, with Christopher Atkins making a cameo as their teacher.
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