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7th Dec '15 6:44:23 AM PaulA
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The movie doesn't claim to be inspired by the TV show, so it's not this trope.
* ''Film/TheSixthSense'' was acclaimed for it's originality. It was also "inspired by" an episode of the kid's series ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' called "The Tale of the Dream Girl," shocking twist and all.
4th Dec '15 3:39:35 PM eroock
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13th Sep '15 7:47:11 PM Polkaface99
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* ''Film/TheSixthSense'' was acclaimed for it's orignality. It was also "inspired by" an episode of the kid's series ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' called "The Tale of the Dream Girl," shocking twist and all.
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* ''Film/TheSixthSense'' was acclaimed for it's orignality.originality. It was also "inspired by" an episode of the kid's series ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' called "The Tale of the Dream Girl," shocking twist and all. * ''Film/AlienAbduction2014'' was inspired by a real-life phenomenon called the Brown Mountain Lights, associated with a number of disappearances, though there is no concrete evidence that aliens were involved.
4th Sep '15 4:23:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/{{Troy}}'' was "inspired by" ''Literature/TheIliad'' according to its credits. [[AdaptationDecay Pretty accurate assessment]]. Although in all fairness, [[HistoryMarchesOn contemporary research]] implies that The Iliad was VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory itself.
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* ''Film/{{Troy}}'' was "inspired by" ''Literature/TheIliad'' according to its credits. [[AdaptationDecay Pretty accurate assessment]]. Although in all fairness, [[HistoryMarchesOn [[DatedHistory contemporary research]] implies that The Iliad was VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory itself.
15th Jun '15 7:48:03 PM LongTallShorty64
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* '' Film/TheMiracleWoman'' was inspired by the real evangelical "healer" Aimee Semple [=McPherson=].
4th Jun '15 9:06:36 AM Piando
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is "inspired by" Hans Christian Andersen's ''Literature/TheSnowQueen''. Both of these works feature a queen with ice powers, a girl who goes on a dangerous journey through a winter landscape to find someone dear to her...and that's where the similarities end.
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is "inspired by" Hans Creator/{{Hans Christian Andersen's Andersen}}'s ''Literature/TheSnowQueen''. Both of these works feature a queen with ice powers, a girl who goes on a dangerous journey through a winter landscape to find someone dear to her...and that's where the similarities end.
17th Apr '15 8:35:34 AM Morgenthaler
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Split animated films and live-action films.
[[AC:{{Film}}]] * ''{{Film/Chariot}}'' is simply inspired by the fact that a 727 Boeing disappeared without a trace in 2003. * ''Film/{{Troy}}'' was "inspired by" ''Literature/TheIliad'' according to its credits. [[AdaptationDecay Pretty accurate assessment]]. Although in all fairness, [[HistoryMarchesOn contemporary research]] implies that The Iliad was VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory itself. * The movie ''Film/EightBelow'' features an American team of eight sled dogs, six of whom survive for six months in 1993. It was "inspired by" a Japanese team of fifteen dogs, two of whom survived for one year in 1958. * ''Film/TheSixthSense'' was acclaimed for it's orignality. It was also "inspired by" an episode of the kid's series ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' called "The Tale of the Dream Girl," shocking twist and all.
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[[AC:{{Film}}]] * ''{{Film/Chariot}}'' is simply inspired by the fact that a 727 Boeing disappeared without a trace in 2003. * ''Film/{{Troy}}'' was "inspired by" ''Literature/TheIliad'' according to its credits. [[AdaptationDecay Pretty accurate assessment]]. Although in all fairness, [[HistoryMarchesOn contemporary research]] implies that The Iliad was VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory itself. * The movie ''Film/EightBelow'' features an American team of eight sled dogs, six of whom survive for six months in 1993. It was "inspired by" a Japanese team of fifteen dogs, two of whom survived for one year in 1958. * ''Film/TheSixthSense'' was acclaimed for it's orignality. It was also "inspired by" an episode of the kid's series ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' called "The Tale of the Dream Girl," shocking twist and all.[[AC:Films -- Animated]]

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[[AC:{{Film}}]] [[AC:Films -- Live-Action]] * ''{{Film/Chariot}}'' is simply inspired by the fact that a 727 Boeing disappeared without a trace in 2003. * ''Film/{{Troy}}'' was "inspired by" ''Literature/TheIliad'' according to its credits. [[AdaptationDecay Pretty accurate assessment]]. Although in all fairness, [[HistoryMarchesOn contemporary research]] implies that The Iliad was VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory itself. * The movie ''Film/EightBelow'' features an American team of eight sled dogs, six of whom survive for six months in 1993. It was "inspired by" a Japanese team of fifteen dogs, two of whom survived for one year in 1958. * ''Film/TheSixthSense'' was acclaimed for it's orignality. It was also "inspired by" an episode of the kid's series ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' called "The Tale of the Dream Girl," shocking twist and all.all.
17th Apr '15 8:34:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* The movie ''Eight Below'' features an American team of eight sled dogs, six of whom survive for six months in 1993. It was "inspired by" a Japanese team of fifteen dogs, two of whom survived for one year in 1958.
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* The movie ''Eight Below'' ''Film/EightBelow'' features an American team of eight sled dogs, six of whom survive for six months in 1993. It was "inspired by" a Japanese team of fifteen dogs, two of whom survived for one year in 1958.
7th Mar '15 8:00:31 PM bobwolf
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* ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' is inspired by ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' in that there are fairies and love potion shenanigans that complicate a {{Love Dodecahedron}}. That's about it.
1st Mar '15 1:50:09 AM Anicomicgeek
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* ''Disney/BigHero6'' is inspired by a Creator/MarvelComics team with the same team, having taken liberties with the material, including where they're based (in the comics, they're operatives of the Japanses governement in the mainstream Franchise/MarvelUniverse; the film has them operate on their own in AlternateHistory[[note]]WordOfGod said it takes place in a universe where Japanses immigrants helped to rebuild San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake[[/note]] [[{{Americasia}} San Fransokyo]]), the members' ethnicities (in the comics, they're all Japanese; the movies {{Race Lift}}ed them into a FiveTokenBand), names in two confirmed cases (with Hiro getting [[AdaptationNameChange his last name changed from "Takachiho" to "Hamada"]] and ""Wasabi No Ginger" being shortened to "Wasabi")[[note]][[WordOfSaintPaul GoGo's voice actress Jamie Chung]] [[https://twitter.com/jamiechung1/status/529330930645622784 mentioned on twitter]] that [=GoGo=]'s real name is [[spoiler:Ethel,]] but this isn't revealed in the movie itself[[/note]].
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* ''Disney/BigHero6'' is inspired by a Creator/MarvelComics team with the same team, having taken liberties with the material, including where they're based (in the comics, they're operatives of the Japanses governement in the mainstream Franchise/MarvelUniverse; the film has them operate on their own in AlternateHistory[[note]]WordOfGod said it takes place in a universe where Japanses immigrants helped to rebuild San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake[[/note]] [[{{Americasia}} San Fransokyo]]), the members' ethnicities (in the comics, they're all Japanese; the movies {{Race Lift}}ed them into a FiveTokenBand), names in two confirmed cases (with Hiro getting [[AdaptationNameChange his last name changed from "Takachiho" to "Hamada"]] and ""Wasabi "Wasabi No Ginger" being shortened to "Wasabi")[[note]][[WordOfSaintPaul GoGo's voice actress Jamie Chung]] [[https://twitter.com/jamiechung1/status/529330930645622784 mentioned on twitter]] that [=GoGo=]'s real name is [[spoiler:Ethel,]] but this isn't revealed in the movie itself[[/note]].
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