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22nd Jun '16 4:12:19 PM Hjortron18
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* The three movies of the Film/BloodAndIceCreamTrilogy ThematicSeries, including ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'', ''Film/HotFuzz'', are ''full'' of foreshadowing and call backs, it's really worth to rewatch them.

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* The three movies of the Film/BloodAndIceCreamTrilogy ThematicSeries, including ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'', ''Film/HotFuzz'', ''Film/HotFuzz'' and ''Film/TheWorldsEnd'', are ''full'' of foreshadowing and call backs, it's really worth to rewatch them.
22nd Jun '16 4:10:24 PM Hjortron18
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* The three movies of the Film/BloodAndIceCreamTrilogy ThematicSeries, including ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'', ''Film/HotFuzz'' are ''full'' of foreshadowing and call backs, it's really worth to rewatch them.

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* The three movies of the Film/BloodAndIceCreamTrilogy ThematicSeries, including ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'', ''Film/HotFuzz'' ''Film/HotFuzz'', are ''full'' of foreshadowing and call backs, it's really worth to rewatch them.
22nd Jun '16 4:09:13 PM Hjortron18
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%%* Film/BloodAndIceCreamTrilogy ThematicSeries, including ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'', ''Film/HotFuzz'' foreshadows and calls back to everything.

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%%* * The three movies of the Film/BloodAndIceCreamTrilogy ThematicSeries, including ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'', ''Film/HotFuzz'' foreshadows are ''full'' of foreshadowing and calls back call backs, it's really worth to everything.rewatch them.
20th Jun '16 8:06:24 PM Awesomesauce210
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** Valjean and Javert both have contrasting soliloquies to very similar melodies, but where Valjean's keeps increasing in pitch as he "climbs to the light" to become a better person, Javert's remains around the same pitch until suddenly jumping up on the final note as he [[spoiler: commits suicide] - because Javert doesn't manage to find any means of escape from his own emotional and moral pit other than [[spoiler: death]].

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** Valjean and Javert both have contrasting soliloquies to very similar melodies, but where Valjean's keeps increasing in pitch as he "climbs to the light" to become a better person, Javert's remains around the same pitch until suddenly jumping up on the final note as he [[spoiler: commits suicide] suicide]] - because Javert doesn't manage to find any means of escape from his own emotional and moral pit other than [[spoiler: death]].
19th Jun '16 10:42:38 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* ''TheresSomethingAboutMary'': The movie drops a lot of subtle hints about everyone's real agenda that doesn't get picked up until the second time around. Regarding the identity of "Brett", you can catch a few early clues, with one friend calling him "Pack Man" (although most will audibly interpret it as "Pac-Man" the first time before they know The Reveal) and Mary also talking about how he lived "up north." Also, Dom mentioning Ted's zipper incident -- even though he wasn't there and Ted never told him about it -- is a big tip-off about his hidden agenda that's usually regarded as a random HandWave the first time.

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* ''TheresSomethingAboutMary'': ''Film/TheresSomethingAboutMary'': The movie drops a lot of subtle hints about everyone's real agenda that doesn't get picked up until the second time around. Regarding the identity of "Brett", you can catch a few early clues, with one friend calling him "Pack Man" (although most will audibly interpret it as "Pac-Man" the first time before they know The Reveal) and Mary also talking about how he lived "up north." Also, Dom mentioning Ted's zipper incident -- even though he wasn't there and Ted never told him about it -- is a big tip-off about his hidden agenda that's usually regarded as a random HandWave the first time.
19th Jun '16 10:41:53 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* ''TheresSomethingAboutMary'': The movie drops a lot of subtle hints about everyone's real agenda that doesn't get picked up until the second time around. Regarding the identity of "Brett", you can catch a few early clues, with one friend calling him "Pack Man" (although most will audibly interpret it as "Pac-Man" the first time before they know The Reveal) and Mary also talking about how he lived "up north." Also, Dom mentioning Ted's zipper incident -- even though he wasn't there and Ted never told him about it -- is a big tip-off about his hidden agenda that's usually regarded as a random HandWave the first time.
8th Jun '16 9:35:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheBookOfTheNewSun'' has masses of things that go over the readers' head the first time around - such as the fact that [[spoiler: [[{{Squick}} Dorcas is Severian's ''grandmother'']].]]

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* ''TheBookOfTheNewSun'' ''Literature/TheBookOfTheNewSun'' has masses of things that go over the readers' head the first time around - such as the fact that [[spoiler: [[{{Squick}} Dorcas is Severian's ''grandmother'']].]]



* Taken UpToEleven with ''TheDresdenFiles'', in which several of the novels contain revelations that, once learned, make it worthwhile to go back and re-read not only those individual books, but ''the entire previous series'' to catch all the newfound implications. Most notably, re-reads can get ''really'' interesting once you know that (MAJOR spoilers) [[spoiler: Thomas is Harry's half-brother, Ebenezar is their grandfather, Susan gets pregnant from the love scene in ''Death Masks'', Bob has a hidden evil side, Martin and Peabody are TheMole, Maeve is infected with Nemesis, and the Winter Court protects the known universe from Outsiders.]]

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* Taken UpToEleven with ''TheDresdenFiles'', ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', in which several of the novels contain revelations that, once learned, make it worthwhile to go back and re-read not only those individual books, but ''the entire previous series'' to catch all the newfound implications. Most notably, re-reads can get ''really'' interesting once you know that (MAJOR spoilers) [[spoiler: Thomas is Harry's half-brother, Ebenezar is their grandfather, Susan gets pregnant from the love scene in ''Death Masks'', Bob has a hidden evil side, Martin and Peabody are TheMole, Maeve is infected with Nemesis, and the Winter Court protects the known universe from Outsiders.]]
5th Jun '16 9:52:07 PM JulianLapostat
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* Many European arthouse films are made to be seen multiple times to really get what they are about. This is especially the case for the likes of Creator/JeanLucGodard:
--> ''What you see with [[Creator/JeanLucGodard Godard]]...is that ten years later, after the movie, you see that he was telling the story. But because of his modern mise-en-scène, the story wasn’t exposed. It appears over time. And in that way he’s like Picasso, or Einstein. Because he’s searching, he’s searching and he finds...People walk out of Godard movies because they say there’s no story, there’s no logic. But there is a story. It’s just exposed differently. For instance, in a classic film you’ll have an actor who says, “I’m the President of the United States.” In a Godard film, you’ll have an actor saying nothing, and you’ll have a voice coming in from somewhere saying, “Mr. President, do you want a glass of water?” That’s his method of exposition. It’s hard to understand. And you need to understand that logic to be moved by the movie. But with time and maybe one sentence in the program, these movies can touch people. Slowly we’re catching up.''
-->-- '''[[http://reverseshot.org/interviews/entry/2168/garrel_interview Philippe Garrel]]'''
26th May '16 11:30:03 AM Saurubiker
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* On your first playthrough, ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' is ''not'' going to make sense at all. But the more times you finish it, the more the plot (especially the ending) starts to make sense.

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* On your first In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'', the big twist at the end is that the events of the Plant Chapter were a series of carefully manipulated recreations of the events in the original ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid''. The hints towards this twist are a bit more obvious during the second playthrough, ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' is ''not'' going to make sense at all. But particularly with the more times you finish it, (A.I.) Colonel often letting it slipped by with his open distrust and hostility towards Solid Snake (who is disguised as a surviving SEAL Team 10 member) by acknowledging that he's an unaccounted factor in the more the plot (especially the ending) starts to make sense."simulation", as his presence was not planned for.
14th May '16 6:33:22 AM StarTropes
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** In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince book 6]], [[spoiler:Dumbledore's]] final words are heartbreaking in two very different ways. On the first reading, you believe [[spoiler: that Dumbledore, shocked by Snape's betrayal, is begging him not to kill him.]] However, on the second reading, you realize it's actually the exact opposite, [[spoiler: Dumbledore is begging Snape [=to=] kill him, so as to gain Voldemort's trust.]]

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** In [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince book 6]], [[spoiler:Dumbledore's]] final words are heartbreaking in two very different ways. On the first reading, you believe [[spoiler: that Dumbledore, shocked by Snape's betrayal, is begging him not to kill him.]] However, on the second reading, you realize it's actually the exact opposite, [[spoiler: Dumbledore is begging Snape [=to=] kill him, so as to gain Voldemort's trust.]]]] In addition, the look of "hatred and revulsion" on [[spoiler:Snape's]] face, seemingly directed at [[spoiler:Dumbledore]], is actually directed at [[spoiler:himself]].
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