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11th Jan '18 11:06:00 PM NerdySaxophone
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* Tragedy + Time by Rise Against is about healing after being in a dark place in life.
5th Dec '17 2:31:38 PM Gamermaster
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* VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'': In Serah's time of 5AF, humanity lives in tiny communities that eeke out a living while fighting off monsters. In every timeline after that, humans are doing better. 400AF is nightmarish but once the timeline is changed, a grand soceity has been developed where the greatest problem is slight boredom. Noel comes from a BadFuture but he went back in time to invoke this trope.

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* VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'': ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'': In Serah's time of 5AF, humanity lives in tiny communities that eeke out a living while fighting off monsters. In every timeline after that, humans are doing better. 400AF is nightmarish but once the timeline is changed, a grand soceity has been developed where the greatest problem is slight boredom. Noel comes from a BadFuture but he went back in time to invoke this trope.
26th May '17 2:01:44 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* A central premise of the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise is that technology and science makes life better. There's no racisim either; humans are finally getting along with each other.

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* A central premise of the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise is that technology and science makes life better. There's no racisim racism either; humans are finally getting along with each other.
1st Jul '16 1:38:05 PM Anddrix
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* A central premise of the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise is that technology and science makes life better. There's no racisim either; humans are finally getting along with each other. This is among the reasons ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'' is a bit of a BaseBreaker, as it leans more towards LuddWasRight.

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* A central premise of the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise is that technology and science makes life better. There's no racisim either; humans are finally getting along with each other. This is among the reasons ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'' is a bit of a BaseBreaker, as it leans more towards LuddWasRight.
22nd Apr '16 12:32:13 PM Godzillawolf
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* ''Series/UltramanMax'': This is a hope for the majority of the heroes throughout the series and a common ShutUpHannibal to alien invaders. [[spoiler:The DistantFinale shows that yes, it will be. Humanity has become a more peaceful, better society, it's subtly implied the Delos (the other civilization living on the planet) have come out of hiding and now live peacefully with mankind, and Kaito and Mizuki are HappilyMarried with their grandson leaving on an exploration of the galaxy.]]
24th Dec '15 4:30:17 PM Ekuran
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It could also be more personalized, where the characters we've been following (or at least some of them) can at least look forwards to a better tomorrow.

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It could also be more personalized, where the characters we've been following (or at least some of them) can at least look forwards forward to a better tomorrow.
22nd May '15 3:48:05 PM Cinereous
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* Practically said word-for-word by Lelouch in the second-to-last episode of ''Anime/CodeGeass''. Whilst Charles zi Britannia sought the past, and Schneizel el Britannia seeks to preserve the present, Lelouch seeks the future.
18th May '15 4:51:27 AM Patachou
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* A common theme in Music/SunRa's music. In ''Film/SpaceIsThePlace'' he looks for a planet to take the Afro-American race to where they can live in better peace and harmony.
--> ''Oh, we sing this song to a great tomorrow''
29th Apr '15 8:11:47 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* In ''Literature/ThePendragonAdventure'' books the original version of Third Earth, which is Earth in the 51st century, is practically perfect. It's an idealistic paradise where the humans are entirely happy, and all of knowledge and history is easily available. However, it becomes much worse once the timeline is changed.
* ''Literature/AndromedaNebula'' is the paramount example of this in the Soviet ScienceFiction literature, and it also [[FollowTheLeader started an enduring trend]] that many later novels followed, e.g. ''Literature/NoonTwentySecondCentury''. Sadly, the process of {{Deconstruction}} began upon this trope almost as soon as it became popular.

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* In ''Literature/ThePendragonAdventure'' books the original version of Third Earth, which is Earth in the 51st century, is practically perfect. It's an idealistic paradise where the humans are entirely happy, and all of knowledge and history is easily available. However, it becomes much worse once the timeline is changed.\n*
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''Literature/AndromedaNebula'' is the paramount example of this in the Soviet ScienceFiction literature, and it also [[FollowTheLeader started an enduring trend]] that many later novels followed, e.g. ''Literature/NoonTwentySecondCentury''. Sadly, the process of {{Deconstruction}} began upon this trope almost as soon as it became popular.



* A central premise of the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise is that technology and science makes life better. This is among the reasons ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'' is a bit of a BaseBreaker, as it leans more towards LuddWasRight.
** Although technically Star Trek is more "the future will get worse before it gets much better", as seen in ''StarTrekFirstContact''.
* In season 4 of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', Peter Bishop and Olivia Dunham are always looking forward to their perfect future in which they will raise their daughter and life will be peachy keen. Those who have seen season 5 know their future is quite the opposite...

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* A central premise of the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise is that technology and science makes life better. There's no racisim either; humans are finally getting along with each other. This is among the reasons ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'' is a bit of a BaseBreaker, as it leans more towards LuddWasRight.
** Although technically Star Trek is more "the future will get worse before it gets much better", as seen in ''StarTrekFirstContact''.
* In season 4 of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', Peter Bishop and Olivia Dunham are always looking forward to their perfect future in which they will raise their daughter and life will be peachy keen. Those who have seen season 5 know their future is quite the opposite...



* See also PepTalkSong

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* See also PepTalkSong


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*VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'': In Serah's time of 5AF, humanity lives in tiny communities that eeke out a living while fighting off monsters. In every timeline after that, humans are doing better. 400AF is nightmarish but once the timeline is changed, a grand soceity has been developed where the greatest problem is slight boredom. Noel comes from a BadFuture but he went back in time to invoke this trope.
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8th Apr '15 7:00:18 PM nombretomado
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* The "Carousel of Progress" at [[DisneyThemeParks Disney World]] has the song "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" (which was also [[CoverVersion covered]] by Music/TheyMightBeGiants for ''Film/MeetTheRobinsons'').

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* The "Carousel of Progress" at [[DisneyThemeParks [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney World]] has the song "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" (which was also [[CoverVersion covered]] by Music/TheyMightBeGiants for ''Film/MeetTheRobinsons'').
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