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4th Dec '16 1:30:55 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ConanTheBarbarian stories, often Conan deals with several unrelated perils. "Literature/ShadowsInTheMoonlight" has him face an ape-man, EldritchAbomination statues that come to life, and {{pirate}}s. Generally carried off by sheer vigor.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ConanTheBarbarian Literature/ConanTheBarbarian stories, often Conan deals with several unrelated perils. "Literature/ShadowsInTheMoonlight" has him face an ape-man, EldritchAbomination statues that come to life, and {{pirate}}s. Generally carried off by sheer vigor.
26th Oct '16 5:41:50 AM Prinzenick
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* ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'': Like with the original book, there is no real story going on; the whole film is about Alice going through a stream of conscious series of RandomEncounters with the bizarre residents of Wonderland.
2nd Oct '16 5:50:51 PM FurryKef
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* Invoked in Creator/RalphBakshi's first films (''WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat'', ''WesternAnimation/HeavyTraffic'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Coonskin}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/HeyGoodLookin''); they deliberately eschewed traditional story structure and narrative in favor of a collage-like, improvisational approach, juggling together seemingly unrelated character vignettes or seemingly non sequitur scenes with an overarching theme or subtext tying them all together, allowing the films to juggle multiple point of views on a subject, as well as aiding his films biographical and satirical undertones.

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* Invoked in Creator/RalphBakshi's first films (''WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat'', ''WesternAnimation/HeavyTraffic'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Coonskin}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/HeyGoodLookin''); they deliberately eschewed traditional story structure and narrative in favor of a collage-like, improvisational approach, juggling together seemingly unrelated character vignettes or seemingly non sequitur scenes with an overarching theme or subtext tying them all together, allowing the films to juggle multiple point of views on a subject, as well as aiding his films films' biographical and satirical undertones.
23rd Jul '16 2:25:54 PM nombretomado
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* Almost everything by BretEastonEllis.

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* Almost everything by BretEastonEllis.Creator/BretEastonEllis.
9th Jun '16 1:21:24 PM PhiSat
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* ''Film/AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes'' really doesn't have a lot of scenes actually featuring said tomatoes, and many of the events _seem_ to be random, like the assassination plot [[spoiler: until TheReveal of the villain's plots at the end.]]

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* ''Film/AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes'' really doesn't have a lot of scenes actually featuring said tomatoes, and many of the events _seem_ ''seem'' to be random, like the assassination plot [[spoiler: until TheReveal of the villain's plots at the end.]]
9th Jun '16 1:20:53 PM PhiSat
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* ''Film/AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes'' really doesn't have a lot of scenes actually featuring said tomatoes, and many of the events _seem_ to be random, like the assassination plot [[spoiler: until TheReveal of the villain's plots at the end.]]
20th May '16 1:53:36 PM Edrobot
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** The story is actually a sequel to Kamandi at Earth's End, a similarly terrible re-imagining of ''[[{{ComicBook/Kamandi}}, the Last Boy On Earth]]''. And while the biomechs and the cause of the apocalypse were explained, there's still plenty of stuff (including the twin clones of Hitler) that wasn't.

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** The story is actually a sequel to Kamandi ''Kamandi at Earth's End, End'', a similarly terrible re-imagining of ''[[{{ComicBook/Kamandi}}, ''[[{{ComicBook/Kamandi}} Kamandi the Last Boy On Earth]]''. And while the biomechs and the cause of the apocalypse were explained, there's still plenty of stuff (including the twin clones of Hitler) that wasn't.
20th May '16 1:52:21 PM Edrobot
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** The story is actually a sequel to Kamandi at Earth's End, a similarly terrible re-imagining of ''[[ComicBook/Kamandi, the Last Boy On Earth]]''. And while the biomechs and the cause of the apocalypse were explained, there's still plenty of stuff (including the twin clones of Hitler) that wasn't.

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** The story is actually a sequel to Kamandi at Earth's End, a similarly terrible re-imagining of ''[[ComicBook/Kamandi, ''[[{{ComicBook/Kamandi}}, the Last Boy On Earth]]''. And while the biomechs and the cause of the apocalypse were explained, there's still plenty of stuff (including the twin clones of Hitler) that wasn't.
20th May '16 1:51:57 PM Edrobot
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** The story is actually a sequel to Kamandi at Earth's End, a similarly terrible re-imagining of ''[[ComicBook/Kamandi, the Last Boy On Earth]]''. And while the biomechs and the cause of the apocalypse were explained, there's still plenty of stuff (including the twin clones of Hitler) that wasn't.
19th May '16 7:29:40 PM FF32
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* 'Mass Defect' by the late Kitty0706 is made up of this trope and few others, similar to every single video by him.

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* 'Mass Defect' by the late Kitty0706 is {{Machinima}}s made up of with ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'', such as ''Machinima/MassDefect'', tend to veer in this trope and few others, similar to every single video by him.direction.
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