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9th Feb '16 2:14:31 PM GordyTepig
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most of the BW notes are just worded to be blatantly insulting to the show, and a bit incorrect
** The black and white opening during the Team Plasma season makes it look like Charizard will actually be useful, rather than window dressing designed to trick older fans into watching the show again, and that Reshiram will fight Charizard and partner with N as it did in the game. It certainly doesn't hint that Reshiram will actually be dealt with by Pikachu thundershocking it once, or that half the arc is nothing but filler (the intro implies nothing but Team Plasma).
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** The black Black and white White opening during the Team Plasma season makes it look like Charizard will actually be useful, rather than window dressing designed to trick older fans into watching the show again, would have a lot of focus, and that Reshiram will fight Charizard and partner with N as it did in the game. It certainly doesn't hint that Reshiram will actually be dealt with by The actual events of the show have Charizard in a supporting role Ash using Pikachu thundershocking to fight Reshiram, and only to snap it once, or that half the arc is nothing but filler (the intro implies nothing but Team Plasma).out of Ghetsis's brainwashing.

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** The black and white second opening depicts a vicious battle between an angry Yuya and Yugo, using Odd-Eyes Rebellion Dragon and Clear Wing Synchro Dragon, respectively. Preseumably, it was setting up a war between them, as Yuya is on a mission to rescue Yuzu, who Yugo accidentally whisked away. In the show proper, Not only does Yuya not use Odd-Eyes Rebellion during the Team Plasma season makes it look like Charizard will actually be useful, rather than window dressing designed to trick older fans into watching span the show again, used this opening, but he and that Reshiram will fight Charizard Yugo never duel. Their only meeting came at the end of episode 91, and partner with N as it did they never spoke - they just dueled their opponents in the game. It certainly doesn't hint that Reshiram same room. What's more, neither of the two bear any ill will actually be dealt with by Pikachu thundershocking it once, or that half the arc is nothing but filler (the intro implies nothing but Team Plasma).towards each other; in fact, Yugo seems to think Yuya's a pretty cool guy if Yuzu thinks so highly of him.
7th Feb '16 12:48:38 PM Morgenthaler
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* Minor example: ''Ghost Ship'' starts with cheesy lounge music and the title in a cheerfully 1950s-style font, and zooms in on the ship's passengers happily dancing the night away [[spoiler: and then a tightly wound wire slices through the crowd]].
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* Minor example: ''Ghost Ship'' ''Film/GhostShip'' starts with cheesy lounge music and the title in a cheerfully 1950s-style font, and zooms in on the ship's passengers happily dancing the night away [[spoiler: and then a tightly wound wire slices through the crowd]].

* The ''Mr. Magoo film'', which is live-action, starts out with an animated Magoo, going through his usual near-sighted hijinks before we enter the main plot and live-action.
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* The ''Mr. Magoo film'', ''Film/MrMagoo'' film, which is live-action, starts out with an animated Magoo, going through his usual near-sighted hijinks before we enter the main plot and live-action.
7th Feb '16 12:07:27 PM Morgenthaler
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* The opening credits for the (non)hit b-movie ''CaveDwellers''. Two men in loincloths run around the screen doing weird things -- you never see the men in the opening credits during the movie, nor do you see any action sequence similar to what they were doing. This is because the clips are from the 1963 Italian sword-and-sandal film ''Taur, the Mighty''. When Film Ventures International purchased what became ''CaveDwellers'' for a 1990 re-release, they couldn't use the original credits or film title (''Blade Master''); this allowed them to license the remainder of the movie as a film clip.
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* The opening credits for the (non)hit b-movie ''CaveDwellers''.''Film/CaveDwellers''. Two men in loincloths run around the screen doing weird things -- you never see the men in the opening credits during the movie, nor do you see any action sequence similar to what they were doing. This is because the clips are from the 1963 Italian sword-and-sandal film ''Taur, the Mighty''. When Film Ventures International purchased what became ''CaveDwellers'' ''Cave Dwellers'' for a 1990 re-release, they couldn't use the original credits or film title (''Blade Master''); this allowed them to license the remainder of the movie as a film clip.
6th Feb '16 8:14:19 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Anime/DeathParade'', the opening is a catchy, jaunty tune that's sure to get you up on your feet. With lyrics like "everybody, put your hands up!" shouted in excitement, and scenes of the cast dancing, jumping around, and drinking, it almost makes you believe that this show is going to be the anime version of {{Cheers}}. That is, until you get to the part where the show becomes a high-tension psychological drama that takes place in the afterlife and forces a newlywed couple to play a game that causes each player extreme physical discomfort if they ever want to get out alive...
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* In ''Anime/DeathParade'', the opening is a catchy, jaunty tune that's sure to get you up on your feet. With lyrics like "everybody, put your hands up!" shouted in excitement, and scenes of the cast dancing, jumping around, and drinking, it almost makes you believe that this show is going to be the anime version of {{Cheers}}.''Series/{{Cheers}}''. That is, until you get to the part where the show becomes a high-tension psychological drama that takes place in the afterlife and forces a newlywed couple to play a game that causes each player extreme physical discomfort if they ever want to get out alive...
14th Jan '16 11:58:26 PM Pichu-kun
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* Played for laughs with ''Manga/{{Watamote}}''. It has a very hard rock intro with visuals that make it seem like an action or horror anime. It's really a CringeComedy filled anime about a very awkward high school girl who wants to be popular.
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* Played for laughs with ''Manga/{{Watamote}}''.''Manga/NoMatterHowILookAtItItsYouGuysFaultImNotPopular''. It has a very hard rock intro with visuals that make it seem like an action or horror anime. It's really a CringeComedy filled anime about a very awkward high school girl who wants to be popular.
3rd Dec '15 11:48:58 AM AnimBunnie
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is rife with these, showing characters in different costumes and situations than you would ever expect. The worst offender was the second opening, which promised many really cool battles in the Soul Society arc that never happened.
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is rife with these, showing characters in different costumes and situations than that you would ever never expect. The worst offender was offenders were the second and fourteenth opening, which promised many really cool battles in the Soul Society arc that never happened.
30th Nov '15 3:18:04 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* The educational program ''Series/DragonsWagonsAndWax'' had an exciting, action-packed animated opening featuring a dragon who gets stuck on a runaway cart! The actual show was live-action, intellectual, slow-paced, and no Dragons. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYxLsEvQaFU Watch here]]
11th Nov '15 6:53:52 PM sayaleviathan
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* The second opening of ''Anime/PsychoPass'' Season 1 has Kougami, sitting on the floor and surrounded by bodies of his teammates which most viewers expect that this is what [[Creator/GenUrobuchi Gen "Urobutcher"' Urobuchi]] is going to do. [[spoiler:At the end of season 1, only two were dead and one of them was disintegrated by Destroy Decomposer mode leaving no trace of his body]]. And there's the beginning of the opening where Kougami is wounded and sitting against the wall which doesn't happened in the show proper. ** The second season's opening shows a showdown between Akane and Mika with Kougami, being tied up to a chair. That never happened in the show and Kougami wasn't physically present since he's in Cambodia as seen in the movie.
7th Nov '15 10:29:03 PM nombretomado
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* The Season 3 DVD of ''RedVsBlue'' opens like this, with a lot of violence and explosions, and the scene cuts to some of the characters saying outright that the new season isn't going to have any less to do with standing around and talking than usual.
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* The Season 3 DVD of ''RedVsBlue'' ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' opens like this, with a lot of violence and explosions, and the scene cuts to some of the characters saying outright that the new season isn't going to have any less to do with standing around and talking than usual.
7th Nov '15 5:47:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''RedGarden'' has an opening that would make you think it's basically Sex and the City. The show's content goes in a [[MindScrew different direction]] however. The ending falls under this as well; it's an upbeat rap song with the characters having fun at a concert.
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* ''RedGarden'' ''Anime/RedGarden'' has an opening that would make you think it's basically Sex and the City. The show's content goes in a [[MindScrew different direction]] however. The ending falls under this as well; it's an upbeat rap song with the characters having fun at a concert.
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