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11th Jul '17 6:33:20 AM jamespolk
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* The 1966 Russian adaptation of ''Film/{{War and Peace|1966}}'' uses this trope to underline moments of chaos or emotional distress. In Part I the camera tilts and sways repeatedly during Pierre's TenPacesAndTurn duel with Dolokhov. In Part III the camera is tilting around again when the French are marching through a burning village. In Part IV this is used multiple times during the chaotic sack and burning of Moscow.
30th Apr '17 9:14:46 AM CnHGirl
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* The Season 10 ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' episode "Fan Fiction" uses Dutch angles on the shot of Sam and Dean's discovery that a girl's high school they're investigating is putting on a musical based on the books based on their lives. The moment is PlayedForLaughs, and is supposed to underscore their shock and discomfort with the situation.
25th Apr '17 9:01:45 AM Lyendith
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* Omnipresent in ''Manga/DeadDeadDemonsDededededestruction'', probably to reinforce the "slightly off" feel of the series' setting and atmosphere. It's rather light-hearted slice-of-life series… except for the massive alien ship floating above Tokyo.

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* Omnipresent in ''Manga/DeadDeadDemonsDededededestruction'', probably to reinforce the "slightly off" feel of the series' setting and atmosphere. It's a rather light-hearted slice-of-life series… except for the massive alien ship floating above Tokyo.
12th Apr '17 7:07:07 PM gjjones
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* In the first ''Film/MissionImpossible'' film, the angle goes ''very'' Dutch when Ethan Hunt meets Kitteridge in the restaurant, underscoring Ethan's feeling that whole world has just gone askew.

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* In the first ''Film/MissionImpossible'' film, the angle goes ''very'' Dutch when Ethan Hunt meets Kitteridge Kittridge in the restaurant, underscoring Ethan's feeling that whole world has just gone askew.
2nd Apr '17 1:08:25 PM Prfnoff
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' {{Jump Cut}}s between several skewed angles of Undyne as she says "SCREW IT!" and her BossBattle music begins.
3rd Feb '17 2:56:49 PM SteveMB
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanReturnOfTheCapedCrusaders'' lampshades this feature of the [[Series/{{Batman}} 1960s Batman series]] with a "Fight Scene" setting that causes a TV camera to tile sideways.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanReturnOfTheCapedCrusaders'' lampshades this feature of the [[Series/{{Batman}} 1960s Batman series]] with a "Fight Scene" setting that causes on a TV camera to tile that makes it tilt sideways.
3rd Feb '17 2:56:17 PM SteveMB
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanReturnOfTheCapedCrusaders'' lampshades this feature of the [[Series/{{Batman}} 1960s Batman series]] with a "Fight Scene" setting that causes a TV camera to tile sideways.
22nd Dec '16 9:42:47 PM BohemianBob43
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* The ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'' movies use this shot quite a bit as the titular monsters are causing chaos.

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* The ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'' movies use this shot quite a bit as the titular monsters are causing chaos. chaos to show how unnatural they are and how out of whack everything is getting.
20th Dec '16 10:36:29 AM Lyendith
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* Masuda Eiji is fond of those, both in ''Manga/SakuraDiscord'' and ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'', during serious dramatic scenes (especially love confessions). The latter being the series it is, it also uses the trope parodically on occasions, for scenes that have a serious tone but a completely silly context.

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* Masuda Eiji is fond of those, both in ''Manga/SakuraDiscord'' and ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'', during serious dramatic scenes (especially love confessions). The latter being the series it is, it also uses the trope parodically on occasions, for scenes that have a serious tone but either have a completely silly context.context or are subverted the page after.
20th Dec '16 10:33:57 AM Lyendith
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* Omnipresent in ''Manga/DeadDeadDemonsDededededestruction'', probably to reinforce the "slightly off" feel of the series' setting and atmosphere. It's rather light-hearted slice-of-life series… except for the massive alien ship floating above Tokyo.
* Masuda Eiji is fond of those, both in ''Manga/SakuraDiscord'' and ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'', during serious dramatic scenes (especially love confessions). The latter being the series it is, it also uses the trope parodically on occasions, for scenes that have a serious tone but a completely silly context.
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