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11th Feb '16 5:09:14 PM spoonofevil
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* In ''Film/CourageUnderFire'', Creator/DenzelWashington investigates the circumstances surrounding Meg Ryan's character's death in battle, and each member of her platoon has a different story about how it happened. [[spoiler: One of the first people he asks later gives him the disturbing real version.]]
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* In ''Film/CourageUnderFire'', Creator/DenzelWashington investigates the circumstances surrounding Meg Ryan's character's death in battle, and each member of her platoon has a different story about how it happened. One account claims she's just as heroic as everybody says, while another account claims she was actually an incompetent coward. [[spoiler: One of the first people he asks later gives him the disturbing real version.]]

* In ''Film/CourageUnderFire'', Creator/DenzelWashington investigates ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' Season 11, the circumstances surrounding Meg Ryan's character's death transport the protagonists are riding in battle, mysteriously crash lands on a remote planet, and each member one of her platoon has a different story about how it the subplots if figuring out what exactly happened. [[spoiler: One In a series of flashbacks, it shows that ''all'' of the first people he asks protagonists had done something that could have possibly crashed the ship, from distracting the pilot to accidentally shutting down the engines. This throws up the question of which of them caused the crash, or if it was all of their combined efforts that did it. Finally, it's revealed later gives him that an alien tractor beam forcibly pulled the disturbing real version.]]ship to the planet.

* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' Season 11, the transport the protagonists are riding in mysteriously crash lands on a remote planet, and one of the subplots if figuring out what exactly happened. In a series of flashbacks, it shows that ''all'' of the protagonists had done something that could have possibly crashed the ship, from distracting the pilot to accidentally shutting down the engines. This throws up the question of which of them caused the crash, or if it was all of their combined efforts that did it. Finally, it's revealed later that an alien tractor beam forcibly pulled the ship to the planet.
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* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' Season 11, the transport the protagonists are riding in mysteriously crash lands on a remote planet, and one of the subplots if figuring out what exactly happened. In a series of flashbacks, it shows that ''all'' of the protagonists had done something that could have possibly crashed the ship, from distracting the pilot to accidentally shutting down the engines. This throws up the question of which of them caused the crash, or if it was all of their combined efforts that did it. Finally, it's revealed later that an alien tractor beam forcibly pulled the ship to the planet.
11th Feb '16 5:05:43 PM spoonofevil
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* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' Season 11, the transport the protagonists are riding in mysteriously crash lands on a remote planet, and one of the subplots if figuring out what exactly happened. In a series of flashbacks, it shows that ''all'' of the protagonists had done something that could have possibly crashed the ship, from distracting the pilot to accidentally shutting down the engines. This throws up the question of which of them caused the crash, or if it was all of their combined efforts that did it. Finally, it's revealed later that an alien tractor beam forcibly pulled the ship to the planet.
6th Feb '16 10:03:01 PM jormis29
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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by The Illusion from ''Anime/CardCaptorSakura'' in Episode 6. Because they represent what each person is expecting to see, Sakura and her friends cannot settle on what they saw, like Tomoyo picturing a nikuman since she was hungry and Sakura picturing Nadeshiko since it was their birthday. However, this is ultimately [[ExploitedTrope exploited]] by Sakura, as she expects Nadeshiko, and comes to seal the card after realising that [[OutOfCharacterAlert her mother would never let her fall of a cliff]].
6th Feb '16 9:56:08 PM Ozzi145
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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by The Illusion from ''Anime/CardCaptorSakura'' in Episode 6. Because they represent what each person is expecting to see, Sakura and her friends cannot settle on what they saw, like Tomoyo picturing a nikuman since she was hungry and Sakura picturing Nadeshiko since it was their birthday. However, this is ultimately [[ExploitedTrope exploited]] by Sakura, as she expects Nadeshiko, and comes to seal the card after realising that [[OutOfCharacterAlert her mother would never let her fall of a cliff]].

* There was one ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' story where Donald was called a hero for saving Daisy. Daisy, Gladstone and Huey, Dewey and Louie tell their own versions of the story. ** In Daisy's version, all six were canoeing when suddenly some bees attacked Donald, causing him to lose control of the canoe and crashing into a rock. Bad things happen and Daisy ends up getting on a log, directly aiming at a waterfall. Donald tries to save her by catching her at a nearby tree, but fails. Then he comes up with another plan -- just before they are about to drop at the fall, Donald makes a particularly epic jump on the ground, holding Daisy. ** In Gladstone's version, there are no bees, but Donald crashes into a rock because he is an idiot. Then he doesn't run into a tree to save Daisy, but to escape a lynx. And they are not saved from the waterfall by Donald's jumping abilities, but a particularly ridiculous DeusExMachina; a ROCK SLIDE that stops the log.
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* There was one ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' story where Donald where was called a hero for saving Daisy. Daisy, Gladstone and Huey, Dewey and Louie tell their own versions of the story. ** In Daisy's version, all six were canoeing when suddenly some bees attacked Donald, , causing him to lose control of the canoe and crashing into a rock. Bad things happen and Daisy ends up getting on a log, directly aiming at a waterfall. Donald tries to save her by catching her at a nearby tree, but fails. Then he comes up with another plan -- just before they are about to drop at the fall, Donald fall, makes a particularly epic jump on the ground, holding Daisy. ** In Gladstone's version, there are no bees, but Donald but crashes into a rock because he is an idiot. Then he doesn't run into a tree to save Daisy, but to escape a lynx. And they are not saved from the waterfall by Donald's 's jumping abilities, but a particularly ridiculous DeusExMachina; a ROCK SLIDE that stops the log.
1st Feb '16 8:08:29 PM ShamusAran
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** Notably, each operative's account picks up immediately after the previous leaves off, becoming less of a BlameGame and more of a baffling session of [[GenreRoulette genre hopscotch]].
30th Jan '16 10:58:25 PM DLAbaoaqu
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*** A scholarly article on the subject: http://www.tektonics.org/whatis/whatinspire.php
20th Jan '16 5:54:10 PM Pastykake
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->'''Marge:''' Come on, Homer. Japan will be fun! You liked ''Film/{{Rashomon}}''.\\
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->'''Marge:''' Come on, Homer. Japan will be fun! You liked ''Film/{{Rashomon}}''.''Rashomon''.\\
20th Jan '16 5:53:15 PM Pastykake
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18th Jan '16 7:35:54 PM Psi001
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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' does a watered-down version. It has six different main storylines which intersect every so often, and at every intersection point the dialogue is slightly different between the versions used in each character's story. Sometimes this is used more like other examples, in which multiple characters are present at the same event, and whichever character you're playing as ends up being the one to take charge. (Example of this: The battle against E-102 Gamma. In Sonic and Tails' storylines, the character you're playing as is about to beat Gamma but Amy steps in to stop him. In Gamma's storyline, Gamma is about to beat Sonic but Amy stops ''him'' instead. Amy's storyline goes with Sonic' interpretation of events, but with Gamma not so badly curbstomped.)
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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' does a watered-down version. It has six different main storylines which intersect every so often, and at every intersection point the dialogue is slightly different between the versions used in each character's story. Sometimes this is used more like other examples, in which multiple characters are present at the same event, and whichever character you're playing as ends up being the one to take charge. (Example of this: The battle against E-102 Gamma. In Sonic and Tails' storylines, the character you're playing as is about to beat Gamma but Amy steps in to stop him. In Gamma's storyline, Gamma is about to beat Sonic but Amy stops ''him'' instead. Amy's storyline goes with Sonic' interpretation of events, but with Gamma not so badly curbstomped.still holding ground beforehand.)
18th Jan '16 7:34:01 PM Psi001
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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' does a watered-down version. It has six different main storylines which intersect every so often, and at every intersection point the dialogue is slightly different between the versions used in each character's story. Sometimes this is used more like other examples, in which multiple characters are present at the same event, and whichever character you're playing as ends up being the one to take charge. (Example of this: The battle against E-102 Gamma. In Sonic and Tails' storylines, the character you're playing as is about to beat Gamma but Amy steps in to stop him. In Gamma's storyline, Gamma is about to beat Sonic but Amy stops ''him'' instead. Amy's storyline goes with the Sonic storyline version of events.)
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* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' does a watered-down version. It has six different main storylines which intersect every so often, and at every intersection point the dialogue is slightly different between the versions used in each character's story. Sometimes this is used more like other examples, in which multiple characters are present at the same event, and whichever character you're playing as ends up being the one to take charge. (Example of this: The battle against E-102 Gamma. In Sonic and Tails' storylines, the character you're playing as is about to beat Gamma but Amy steps in to stop him. In Gamma's storyline, Gamma is about to beat Sonic but Amy stops ''him'' instead. Amy's storyline goes with the Sonic storyline version Sonic' interpretation of events.events, but with Gamma not so badly curbstomped.)
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