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19th Jan '16 8:02:03 AM AndyLA
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* [[Creator/BobChipman Moviebob]] blew a fuse over this [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/escape-to-the-movies/1721-Shrek-For-Ever-After in his already-not-too-positive review]] of ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} 4'': "Everyone. Does. That same. Fucking. Smirk.", with each word illustrated by a screenshot of a Creator/DreamWorks character.
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* [[Creator/BobChipman Moviebob]] blew a fuse over this [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/escape-to-the-movies/1721-Shrek-For-Ever-After in his already-not-too-positive review]] of ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} 4'': ''WesternAnimation/ShrekForeverAfter'': "Everyone. Does. That same. Fucking. Smirk.", with each word illustrated by a screenshot of a Creator/DreamWorks character.
7th Jan '16 3:54:42 PM sanorace
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', One of the sprites in the game files of Undertale shows Toriel making this face and is named spr_face_torieldreamworks_0.
21st Oct '15 5:45:20 AM kraas
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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick examined this trope in her "[=DreamWorks=] vs. Disney" episode.
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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick examined this trope in her "[=DreamWorks=] vs. Disney" episode.episode; directly referenced in the title of the first half, "Rise of the Eyebrow".
20th Oct '15 5:06:42 AM McJeff
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* OlderThanTheyThink - the show logo in the opening for early 90s cartoon ''WesternAnimation/LittleDracula'' featured the protagonist's face [[https://youtu.be/q7Imf5FH-ok?t=28s making this expression]].
9th Sep '15 11:47:07 PM StClair
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* In ''Webcomic/ScaryGoRound'', Sonny is under the impression that this expression is [[http://scarygoround.com/?date=20150910 the height of cool]] and will make him and his mates {{Chick Magnet}}s.
30th Aug '15 1:17:08 AM Llygodenfawr
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oops, didn't need to change that
You know that face. The clever, [[TwinkleSmile asymmetrical smirk]]. The similarly [[FascinatingEyebrow crooked eyebrows]]. The intense stare-down that comes at you from the promo posters. It's the expression that tells you the hero is going to be up to no good, and is much cooler than any of those classic, mainstream, conformist wimps those ''other'' studios produce... except the character him or herself never, or rarely, makes that face to begin with in the show! It's usually a way to get audiences to see a particular film over another, and promises a very different tone from the one we're used to. It's the facial expression form of hip, sassy and snarky dialogue.
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You know that face. The clever, [[TwinkleSmile asymmetrical smirk]]. The similarly [[FascinatingEyebrow crooked eyebrows]]. The intense stare-down that comes at you from the promo posters. It's the expression that tells you the hero is going to be up to no good, and is much cooler than any of those classic, mainstream, conformist wimps those ''other'' studios produce... except the character him or herself never, or rarely, makes that face to begin with in the show! It's usually a way to get audiences to see a particular film over another, and promises a very different tone from the one what we're used to. It's the facial expression form of hip, sassy and snarky dialogue.
30th Aug '15 1:16:46 AM Llygodenfawr
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You know that face. The clever, [[TwinkleSmile asymmetrical smirk]]. The similarly [[FascinatingEyebrow crooked eyebrows]]. The intense stare-down that comes at you from the promo posters. It's the expression that tells you the hero is going to be up to no good, and is much cooler than any of those classic, mainstream, conformist wimps those ''other'' studios produce... except the character him or herself never, or rarely, makes that face to begin with in the show! It's usually a way to get audiences to see a particular film over another, and promises a very different tone than what we're used to. It's the facial expression form of hip, sassy and snarky dialogue.
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You know that face. The clever, [[TwinkleSmile asymmetrical smirk]]. The similarly [[FascinatingEyebrow crooked eyebrows]]. The intense stare-down that comes at you from the promo posters. It's the expression that tells you the hero is going to be up to no good, and is much cooler than any of those classic, mainstream, conformist wimps those ''other'' studios produce... except the character him or herself never, or rarely, makes that face to begin with in the show! It's usually a way to get audiences to see a particular film over another, and promises a very different tone than what from the one we're used to. It's the facial expression form of hip, sassy and snarky dialogue.
20th Aug '15 11:58:46 PM Surenity
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20th Aug '15 11:58:38 PM Surenity
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* The red M&M has this expression permanently etched onto his face in advertisements, reflecting his sarcastic personality.
20th Aug '15 11:08:17 PM Tuckerscreator
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** The Poster for ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'' has the younger Sulley doing it.
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** The Poster for ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'' has the younger Sulley doing it. Mike, however, can't make it, having only one eye of course.
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