History Main / ContrastMontage

8th May '16 10:49:33 AM dmcreif
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The season 4 episode of ''Series/HouseOfCardsUS'' that introduces Republican presidential nominee [[Creator/JoelKinnaman Will Conway]] uses this trope to contrast him from series protagonist and Democratic presidential nominee [[Creator/KevinSpacey Frank Underwood]]. Conway enjoys spirited “good morning” sex on the bathroom counter with Hannah, while Frank stands alone in front of a bathroom vanity filled with recovery medications as Claire peeks in from a cautious distance. After the quickie with his spouse, Conway goofs around with one of his adorable moppet children; meanwhile, a subdued Frank discusses with Claire the importance of staying focused on their political agenda instead of worrying about their personal relationship.

to:

* The season 4 episode of ''Series/HouseOfCardsUS'' that introduces Republican presidential nominee [[Creator/JoelKinnaman Will Conway]] Conway uses this trope to contrast him from series protagonist and Democratic presidential nominee [[Creator/KevinSpacey Frank Underwood]]. Conway enjoys spirited “good morning” sex on the bathroom counter with Hannah, while Frank stands alone in front of a bathroom vanity filled with recovery medications as Claire peeks in from a cautious distance. After the quickie with his spouse, Conway goofs around with one of his adorable moppet children; meanwhile, a subdued Frank discusses with Claire the importance of staying focused on their political agenda instead of worrying about their personal relationship.
8th May '16 10:49:04 AM dmcreif
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* The season 4 episode of ''Series/HouseOfCardsUS'' that introduces Republican presidential nominee [[Creator/JoelKinnaman Will Conway]] uses this trope to contrast him from series protagonist and Democratic presidential nominee [[Creator/KevinSpacey Frank Underwood]]. Conway enjoys spirited “good morning” sex on the bathroom counter with Hannah, while Frank stands alone in front of a bathroom vanity filled with recovery medications as Claire peeks in from a cautious distance. After the quickie with his spouse, Conway goofs around with one of his adorable moppet children; meanwhile, a subdued Frank discusses with Claire the importance of staying focused on their political agenda instead of worrying about their personal relationship.
4th Apr '16 12:14:22 AM erforce
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''BreathOfFire IV'' have the contrasting experiences of both Ryu and his counterpart, Fou-lu.

to:

* ''BreathOfFire IV'' have The manga adaptation of ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIV'' has the contrasting experiences of both Ryu and his counterpart, Fou-lu.



* ''TeamAmericaWorldPolice'': The "Montage" sequence, which is mainly a TrainingMontage, also features the BigBad's preparations to complete his evil scheme.

to:

* ''TeamAmericaWorldPolice'': ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'': The "Montage" sequence, which is mainly a TrainingMontage, also features the BigBad's preparations to complete his evil scheme.



* ''RockyIII'': The opening montage explicitly contrasts Rocky's rich lifestyle with Clubber Lang's rough and tumble rise to the top.
* ''Rocky IV'': The TrainingMontage was all about this: Rocky's rustic TrainingFromHell is contrasted with Ivan Drago's super-scientific and soulless training regimen. This helps define the difference between the two fighters: Rocky has heart, while Drago is empty.

to:

* ''RockyIII'': ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}''
** ''Film/RockyIII'':
The opening montage explicitly contrasts Rocky's rich lifestyle with Clubber Lang's rough and tumble rise to the top.
* ''Rocky IV'': ** ''Film/RockyIV'': The TrainingMontage was all about this: Rocky's rustic TrainingFromHell is contrasted with Ivan Drago's super-scientific and soulless training regimen. This helps define the difference between the two fighters: Rocky has heart, while Drago is empty.



* ''TheKarateKid'' has a battle montage contrasting Daniel's style -- tentative, but growing in confidence -- with the Cobra Kai's ruthless and calculated style.

to:

* ''TheKarateKid'' ''Film/TheKarateKid1984'' has a battle montage contrasting Daniel's style -- tentative, but growing in confidence -- with the Cobra Kai's ruthless and calculated style.
26th Mar '16 6:44:57 AM JackG
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' 5x03 has one, juxtaposing the temporarily separated Dean and Sam, with Dean doing his usual business of icing monsters intercut with Sam's attempts to hold down a normal job and life.

to:

* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' 5x03 ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. "Free To Be You And Me" has one, juxtaposing the temporarily separated Dean and Sam, with Dean doing his usual business of icing monsters intercut with Sam's attempts to hold down a normal job and life.life. In "Exile on Main Street", Dean has done the same, and scenes of his normal life are intercut with flashbacks.
24th Aug '15 9:48:55 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Film/TheMechanic'' (2011). Arthur Bishop and Steve [=McKenna=] using a variety of automatic weapons and a Barrett fifty-calibre rifle on an improvised firing range are alternated with scenes of Steve's daily routine with his chihuahua, which is meant to set up the interest of Steve's first target, a ManlyGay hitman who likes young men with cute dogs.

to:

* ''Film/TheMechanic'' (2011).''Film/TheMechanic2011''. Arthur Bishop and Steve [=McKenna=] using a variety of automatic weapons and a Barrett fifty-calibre rifle on an improvised firing range are alternated with scenes of Steve's daily routine with his chihuahua, which is meant to set up the interest of Steve's first target, a ManlyGay hitman who likes young men with cute dogs.
26th Jul '15 6:28:23 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''{{Misfits}}'':

to:

* ''{{Misfits}}'':''Series/{{Misfits}}'':
1st Jun '15 8:46:44 AM Odon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Film/TheMechanic'' (2011). Arthur Bishop and Steve [=McKenna=] using a variety of automatic weapons and a Barrett fifty-calibre rifle on an improvised firing range are alternated with scenes of Steve's daily routine with his cute dog, which is meant to set up the interest of Steve's first target, a ManlyGay hitman who likes young men with cute dogs.

to:

* ''Film/TheMechanic'' (2011). Arthur Bishop and Steve [=McKenna=] using a variety of automatic weapons and a Barrett fifty-calibre rifle on an improvised firing range are alternated with scenes of Steve's daily routine with his cute dog, chihuahua, which is meant to set up the interest of Steve's first target, a ManlyGay hitman who likes young men with cute dogs.
1st Jun '15 8:34:33 AM Odon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Film/TheMechanic'' (2011). Arthur Bishop and Steve McKenna using a variety of automatic weapons and a Barrett fifty-calibre rifle on an improvised firing range are alternated with scenes of Steve's daily routine with his cute dog, which is meant to set up the interest of Steve's first target, a ManlyGay hitman who likes young men with cute dogs.

to:

* ''Film/TheMechanic'' (2011). Arthur Bishop and Steve McKenna [=McKenna=] using a variety of automatic weapons and a Barrett fifty-calibre rifle on an improvised firing range are alternated with scenes of Steve's daily routine with his cute dog, which is meant to set up the interest of Steve's first target, a ManlyGay hitman who likes young men with cute dogs.
1st Jun '15 8:33:59 AM Odon
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''Film/TheMechanic'' (2011). Arthur Bishop and Steve McKenna using a variety of automatic weapons and a Barrett fifty-calibre rifle on an improvised firing range are alternated with scenes of Steve's daily routine with his cute dog, which is meant to set up the interest of Steve's first target, a ManlyGay hitman who likes young men with cute dogs.
3rd May '15 11:04:13 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Film/{{Titanic}}'' cuts between scenes of the fun and raucous party in steerage and the boring rich folks sitting around gossiping over brandy and cigars.

to:

* ''Film/{{Titanic}}'' ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'' cuts between scenes of the fun and raucous party in steerage and the boring rich folks sitting around gossiping over brandy and cigars.
This list shows the last 10 events of 43. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.ContrastMontage