16th Sep '14 2:00:34 PM Quietust
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15th Sep '14 2:22:46 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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The Agents move fast enough to dodge every bullet shot at them, yes, but the film never actually uses the Bullet Time effect to show them doing it. When the Agents dodge bullets, they're just shown moving so fast that they're a blur.
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15th Sep '14 11:16:46 AM lordGacek
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the Agents do it the straight way though
14th Sep '14 2:06:57 PM Narutaki2012
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13th Sep '14 12:24:56 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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A deconstruction involves examining the unsavory aspects of a genre, style or trope and attempting to portray its conventions in a more realistic manner. An early film from a famous director that simply doesn't include their Signature Style is not a deconstruction.
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12th Sep '14 6:32:30 PM doctrainAUM
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The example did not mention anything about retroactive deconstruction, which is what this trope is about.
12th Sep '14 6:28:26 PM 10-13-2
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12th Sep '14 8:08:41 AM TheMightyHeptagon
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