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16th Jul '12 8:20:53 AM MadElf
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* '''Jurassic Park (1993)''' - The technology that allows dinosaurs to be cloned from ancient, somewhat well preserved, DNA is a preassumption.
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* '''Jurassic Park (1993)''' - The technology that allows dinosaurs to be cloned from ancient, somewhat well preserved, well-preserved DNA is a preassumption.
16th Jul '12 8:20:15 AM MadElf
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* '''Jurassic Park (1993)''' - The technology that allows dinossaurs to be cloned from ancient, somewhat well preserved, DNA is a preassumption.
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* '''Jurassic Park (1993)''' - The technology that allows dinossaurs dinosaurs to be cloned from ancient, somewhat well preserved, DNA is a preassumption.

* '''Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)''' - The existence of a technological device that allows doctors to sugically remove a patient's memories at will is a preassumption to the plot.
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* '''Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)''' - The existence of a technological device that allows doctors to sugically surgically remove a patient's memories at will is a preassumption to the plot.
28th Jun '12 6:21:25 AM juliohm
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* '''Memento (2000)''' - Leonard and his wife being violently attacked at home by robbers is a preassumption. The audience can see flashbacks to that event, but they are only references to something that already happened before the story began. [[spoiler:The fact that his wife died the night they were attacked is also a preassumption, but it turns out to be false one in a great revelation at the end of the film.
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* '''Memento (2000)''' - Leonard and his wife being violently attacked at home by robbers is a preassumption. The audience can see flashbacks to that event, but they are only references to something that already happened before the story began. [[spoiler:The fact that his wife died the night they were attacked is also a preassumption, but it turns out to be false one in a great revelation at the end of the film.]]

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28th Jun '12 6:19:50 AM juliohm
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* '''Memento (2000)''' - Leonard and his wife being violently attacked at home by robbers is a preassumption. The audience can see flashbacks to that event, but they are only references to something that already happened before the story began. [[spoiler:The fact that his wife died the night they were attacked is also a preassumption, but it turns out to be false one in a great revelation at the end of the film.]]
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* '''Memento (2000)''' - Leonard and his wife being violently attacked at home by robbers is a preassumption. The audience can see flashbacks to that event, but they are only references to something that already happened before the story began. [[spoiler:The fact that his wife died the night they were attacked is also a preassumption, but it turns out to be false one in a great revelation at the end of the film.film. * '''Harry Potter series (2001-2012)''' - The existence of magic, wizards and prophecies are preassumptions to the main plot. ]]
28th Jun '12 6:13:19 AM juliohm
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No matter how insane, unreal or magical a preassumption is, it is usually assumed by the main characters to be true. Even on instances where preassumptions are questioned by characters, their hypothetical invalidation or modification would not alter the main plot. The main plot usually does not deviate from these pre-established facts during the story telling. When such a thing happens, the plot is considered to be inconsistent, leading to the possible creation of PlotHoles. On rare occasions, a good story will invalidate plot preassumptions in order to reveal a great turn of events, showing viewers that they were fooled into thinking something was true, when in fact it wasn't.
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No matter how insane, unreal or magical a preassumption is, it is usually assumed by the main characters to be true. Even But even on instances where the validity of preassumptions are is questioned by characters, their hypothetical invalidation or modification would they do not have the ability to alter the main plot. plot or the end result of the story. The main plot usually does not deviate from these pre-established facts during the story telling. When such a thing happens, the plot is considered to be inconsistent, leading to the possible creation of PlotHoles. On rare occasions, a good story will invalidate plot preassumptions in order to reveal a great turn of events, showing viewers that they were fooled into thinking something was true, when in fact it wasn't.
28th Jun '12 6:09:30 AM juliohm
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No matter how insane, unreal or magical a preassumption is, it is usually assumed by the main characters to be true. The main plot usually does not deviate from these pre-established facts during the story telling. When such a thing happens, the plot is considered to be inconsistent, leading to the possible creation of PlotHoles. On rare occasions, a good story will invalidate plot preassumptions in order to reveal a great turn of events, showing viewers that they were fooled into thinking something was true, when in fact it wasn't.
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No matter how insane, unreal or magical a preassumption is, it is usually assumed by the main characters to be true. Even on instances where preassumptions are questioned by characters, their hypothetical invalidation or modification would not alter the main plot. The main plot usually does not deviate from these pre-established facts during the story telling. When such a thing happens, the plot is considered to be inconsistent, leading to the possible creation of PlotHoles. On rare occasions, a good story will invalidate plot preassumptions in order to reveal a great turn of events, showing viewers that they were fooled into thinking something was true, when in fact it wasn't.
28th Jun '12 4:35:27 AM juliohm
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* '''Men In Black (1997)''' - The existence of aliens, as well as a secret organization that monitors extraterrestrial activity on Earth, are both preassumptions to the plot.
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* '''Men In Black (1997)''' - The existence of aliens, aliens as well as a secret organization that monitors extraterrestrial activity on Earth, Earth are both preassumptions to the plot.

* '''Back To The Future (1985)''' - The existence of the time machine, the clock tower getting struck by lightning are preassumptions to the plot.
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* '''Back To The Future (1985)''' - The existence of the time machine, the clock tower getting struck by lightning lightning, Marty's parents getting meet and get married, are all preassumptions to the plot.
28th Jun '12 4:33:08 AM juliohm
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A PlotPivotPoint cannot be inside the preassumption. For all intents and purposes of this type of analysis, preassumptions cannot be changed, and cannot alter the course of the Plot during the story telling. They are considered to be preestablished facts or events prior to the current period when the story happens.
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A PlotPivotPoint cannot be inside the preassumption. For all intents and purposes of this type of analysis, preassumptions cannot be changed, and cannot alter the course of the Plot plot during the story telling. They are considered to be preestablished facts or events prior to the current period when the story happens.
28th Jun '12 4:31:39 AM juliohm
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No matter how insane, unreal or magical a preassumption is, it is usually assumed by the main characters to be true. The main Plot usually does not deviate from these pre-established facts during the story telling. When such a thing happens, the Plot is considered to be inconsistent, leading to the possible creation of PlotHoles. On rare occasions, a good story will invalidate plot preassumptions in order to reveal a great turn of events, showing viewers that they were fooled into thinking something was true, when in fact it wasn't.
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No matter how insane, unreal or magical a preassumption is, it is usually assumed by the main characters to be true. The main Plot plot usually does not deviate from these pre-established facts during the story telling. When such a thing happens, the Plot plot is considered to be inconsistent, leading to the possible creation of PlotHoles. On rare occasions, a good story will invalidate plot preassumptions in order to reveal a great turn of events, showing viewers that they were fooled into thinking something was true, when in fact it wasn't.
28th Jun '12 4:30:24 AM juliohm
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is everything that happened before the story begins. Every story has a predetermined period of time where its story telling occurs. In a movie, for example, that means from the moment the movie starts until it ends; for a book those are the first and the last page. Any event or fact that is referenced inside this period, but happened before that, or was established before that, is a preassumption to the plot.
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is everything that happened before the story begins. Every story has a predetermined period of time where its story telling occurs. In a movie, for example, that means from the moment the movie starts until it ends; for a book those are this includes everything from the first and to the last page. Any event or fact that is referenced inside this period, but happened before that, or was established before that, is a preassumption to the plot.
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