History Literature / TuckEverlasting

15th May '18 1:40:10 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* BlessedWithSuck: The Tucks cannot age, and cannot be killed by any means. This unfortunately has led them to become isolated from the world around them, with Miles watching his own family walk out on him when his wife believes him to be possessed. They will literally spend eternity watching every generation grow old and die, unable to make love or to have any part in society knowing what the consequences would be. As such, they are determined that nobody ever finds the spring that has made them this way.
18th Apr '18 3:03:34 PM Shaorai217
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* TheMourningAfter: In the Disney film, Miles still wears his wedding ring, despite years having passed since his wife and children died.
15th Feb '18 4:38:21 PM VoxAquila
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The story has been adapted into a film twice: in 1981 by Office of Communications and in 2002 by [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney Productions]].

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The story has been adapted into a film twice: in 1981 by Office of Communications and in 2002 by [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney Productions]]. A [[TheMusical musical adaptation]] was produced in 2013, and premiered on Broadway in 2015.
23rd Nov '17 8:57:27 PM Subwharfer409
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* AgeLift: Winnie is ten years old in the book, but in the 2002 movie, she's in her mid teens. This is probably to make the romance between her and Jesse less Squicky.(she's still underaged though...).

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* AgeLift: Winnie is ten years old in the book, but in the 2002 movie, she's in her mid teens. This is probably to make the romance between her and Jesse less Squicky. (she's still underaged though...).
23rd Nov '17 8:57:01 PM Subwharfer409
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* AgeLift: Winnie is ten years old in the book, but in the 2002 movie, she's in her mid teens. This is probably to make the romance between her and Jesse less [[Squick Squicky]] (she's still underaged though...).

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* AgeLift: Winnie is ten years old in the book, but in the 2002 movie, she's in her mid teens. This is probably to make the romance between her and Jesse less [[Squick Squicky]] Squicky.(she's still underaged though...).
23rd Nov '17 8:56:20 PM Subwharfer409
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* AgeLift: Winnie is ten years old in the book, but in the 2002 movie, she's in her mid teens.

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* AgeLift: Winnie is ten years old in the book, but in the 2002 movie, she's in her mid teens. This is probably to make the romance between her and Jesse less [[Squick Squicky]] (she's still underaged though...).
24th Oct '17 4:26:08 PM BeastC
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* AdaptationExpansion: Some [[{{Filler}} padding]] is to be expected. The book isn't very long after all.

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* AdaptationExpansion: Some [[{{Filler}} padding]] is to be expected. The book isn't very long after all. Also, the immortality is only claimed in the book, with no real evidence in the actual story to confirm it. The 2002 movie shows fully that the claims were true: Jesse gets shot but is otherwise [[NoSell undeterred]]. A literal WhamShot.
10th Sep '17 4:24:16 PM maxwellsilver
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* UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Miles was a soldier in the recent movie

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* UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Miles was a soldier in the recent 2002 movie
6th Jun '17 6:15:21 PM PlanetEarthIsBlue
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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Winnie in the 2002 movie.



* UpgradedToLoveInterest: Winnie in the 2002 movie.
6th Jun '17 6:14:05 PM PlanetEarthIsBlue
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* AgeLift: Winnie is ten years old in the book, but in the 2002 movie, she's in her mid teens.



* FriendlessBackground: Winnie, due to her family's strict upbringing.



* MyBelovedSmother

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* MyBelovedSmotherMyBelovedSmother: Mrs. Foster


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* UpgradedToLoveInterest: Winnie in the 2002 movie.
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