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18th Sep '16 4:04:34 AM Morgenthaler
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18th Sep '16 3:30:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* Accompanies less-than-accurate reenactments on "true-crime" shows like ''AmericasMostWanted.''

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* Accompanies less-than-accurate reenactments on "true-crime" shows like ''AmericasMostWanted.''Series/AmericasMostWanted.''
12th Jun '16 1:04:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SexSentMeToTheER'': since the events were not filmed, they are recreated, usually in a humorous fashion

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* ''SexSentMeToTheER'': ''Series/SexSentMeToTheER'': since the events were not filmed, they are recreated, usually in a humorous fashion
7th Jun '16 12:13:07 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross The Macross: Do You Remember Love]]'' movie is the dramatization of the original ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' TV-series. It was later retconned to be an in-universe movie.

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* ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross The Macross: Do You Remember Love]]'' movie ''Anime/MacrossDoYouRememberLove'' is the dramatization film adaptation of the original ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' TV-series. TV series. It was later retconned to be an in-universe movie.
movie dramatization.
2nd Apr '16 3:05:25 PM girlzpictionary299
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* ''Film/SoulSurfer'' is based on a novel of the same name by Bethany Hamilton (see ''Creator/AnnaSophiaRobb'') whose right arm got bitten off by a Tiger Shark while out surfing in a shark-infested water with her friends but her loss turns into a miracle, causing her to surf again.

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* ''Film/SoulSurfer'' is based on a novel of the same name by Bethany Hamilton (see (portrayed by ''Creator/AnnaSophiaRobb'') whose right arm got bitten off by a Tiger Shark while out surfing in a shark-infested water with her friends but her loss turns into a miracle, causing her to surf again.
2nd Apr '16 3:04:14 PM girlzpictionary299
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* ''Film/SoulSurfer'' is based on a novel of the same name by ''Creator/BethanyHamilton'' whose right arm got bitten off by a Tiger Shark while out surfing in a shark-infested water with her friends but her loss turns into a miracle, causing her to surf again.

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* ''Film/SoulSurfer'' is based on a novel of the same name by ''Creator/BethanyHamilton'' Bethany Hamilton (see ''Creator/AnnaSophiaRobb'') whose right arm got bitten off by a Tiger Shark while out surfing in a shark-infested water with her friends but her loss turns into a miracle, causing her to surf again.
2nd Apr '16 3:03:06 PM girlzpictionary299
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* ''Film/SoulSurfer'' is based on a novel of the same name by ''Creator/BethanyHamilton'' whose right arm got bitten off by a Tiger Shark while out surfing in a shark-infested water with her friends but her loss turns into a miracle, causing her to surf again.
2nd Jan '16 12:11:11 PM Gideoncrawle
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* As a [[AdvertisingTropes commercial disclaimer,]] it means, "We used special effects to make this commercial, so [[DontTryThisAtHome don't expect our product to actually do this stuff]]." Applied to a lot of truck ads. (See DoNotAttempt). Also applied to "endorsements" by "ordinary people", who are in fact actors reading scripts. (This latter meaning has recently been subverted by: a series of ads for satellite TV in which famous actors do readings of ordinary people's letters to the satellite TV company; a series of car-insurance commercials featuring an actual celebrity seated with an actual customer, attempting to make their stories more gripping, usually by poking fun of their own image.)

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* As a [[AdvertisingTropes commercial disclaimer,]] it means, "We used special effects to make this commercial, so [[DontTryThisAtHome don't expect our product to actually do this stuff]]." Applied to a lot of truck ads. (See DoNotAttempt). Also applied to "endorsements" by "ordinary people", who are in fact actors reading scripts. (This latter meaning has recently been subverted by: a series of ads for satellite TV in which famous actors do readings of ordinary people's letters to the satellite TV company; a series of car-insurance commercials featuring an actual celebrity seated with an actual customer, attempting to make their stories more gripping, usually by poking fun of their own image.)
24th Sep '15 10:59:04 AM MarsJenkar
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* ''Film/{{Apollo 13}}'' is based very closely off the real events of the actual spaceflight. Most of the scenes are very accurate ([[ShownTheirWork the filmmakers really wanted to get it right]]), and a good deal of the dialogue in Mission Control and in the spacecraft is based directly off the original recordings and transcripts. There is some dramatic license taken (such as an argument aboard the lunar module that never actually happened on the real flight), but the important points of the film stay very true to the actual events in real life.
9th Sep '15 8:29:24 PM jamespolk
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* 1945 documentary film ''Film/TheBattleForSanPietro'' used dramatizations for all the combat scenes of the eponymous battle. However, the extensive use of JitterCam and the very sophisticated production skills of director Creator/JohnHuston and his crew made the combat scenes look so realistic that for decades after, people thought that they were real.

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* 1945 documentary film ''Film/TheBattleForSanPietro'' ''Film/TheBattleOfSanPietro'' used dramatizations for all the combat scenes of the eponymous battle. However, the extensive use of JitterCam and the very sophisticated production skills of director Creator/JohnHuston and his crew made the combat scenes look so realistic that for decades after, people thought that they were real.
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