History MundaneUtility / Film

27th Nov '17 10:21:21 AM Kaiseror
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* In ''Film/DoctorStrange'' the title character uses his AstralProjection to study up while his physical body is asleep.
26th Oct '17 2:47:51 PM smasll_lordvoice
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** There's also the brief scene where Helen's arms stretch to [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar pull Bob back into the bedroom with clearly amorous intent without actually ''leaving'' the bedroom.

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** There's also the brief scene where Helen's arms stretch to [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar pull Bob back into the bedroom with clearly amorous intent intent]] without actually ''leaving'' the bedroom.
26th Oct '17 2:47:35 PM smasll_lordvoice
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** There's also the brief scene where Helen's arms stretch to [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar pull Bob back into the bedroom with clearly amorous intent without actually ''leaving'' the bedroom.
20th Sep '17 6:28:32 PM DesertDragon
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*** Starting in this movie and carrying into the next two, shapeshifter Mystique is shown using a "default" human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public when she doesn't need to impersonate anyone but doesn't want to draw attention with her natural blue skin. Since these movies are prequels, it's possible that she grew out of the practice by the time of the original trilogy, since Nightcrawler asks her why she ''doesn't'' to use her powers this way and she replies, "I shouldn't have to." In reality, it gives her actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.

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*** Starting in this movie and carrying into the next two, shapeshifter Mystique is shown using a "default" human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public when she doesn't need to impersonate anyone but doesn't want to draw attention with her natural blue skin. Since these movies are prequels, it's possible that she grew out of the practice by the time of the original trilogy, since in ''X2'' Nightcrawler asks her why she ''doesn't'' to use her powers this way and she replies, "I shouldn't have to." In reality, it gives her actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.
20th Sep '17 6:27:39 PM DesertDragon
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*** Starting in this movie and carrying into the next two, shapeshifter Mystique is shown using a "default" human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public. Since these movies are prequels, it's possible that she grew out of the practice by the time of the original trilogy, since Nightcrawler asks her why she ''doesn't'' to use her powers this way and she replies, "I shouldn't have to." In reality, it gives her actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.

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*** Starting in this movie and carrying into the next two, shapeshifter Mystique is shown using a "default" human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public.public when she doesn't need to impersonate anyone but doesn't want to draw attention with her natural blue skin. Since these movies are prequels, it's possible that she grew out of the practice by the time of the original trilogy, since Nightcrawler asks her why she ''doesn't'' to use her powers this way and she replies, "I shouldn't have to." In reality, it gives her actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.
20th Sep '17 6:17:04 PM DesertDragon
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*** Starting in this movie and carrying into the next two, shapeshifter Mystique is shown using a "default" human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public when she doesn't need to impersonate anyone but doesn't want to draw attention with her natural blue skin. Since these movies are prequels, it's possible that she grew out of the practice by the time of the original trilogy when Nightcrawler asks her why she won't use her powers to look normal and she replies, "I shouldn't have to." In reality, it gives her actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.

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*** Starting in this movie and carrying into the next two, shapeshifter Mystique is shown using a "default" human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public when she doesn't need to impersonate anyone but doesn't want to draw attention with her natural blue skin. public. Since these movies are prequels, it's possible that she grew out of the practice by the time of the original trilogy when trilogy, since Nightcrawler asks her why she won't ''doesn't'' to use her powers to look normal this way and she replies, "I shouldn't have to." In reality, it gives her actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.
20th Sep '17 6:12:38 PM DesertDragon
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*** Starting in this movie, shapeshifter Mystique gives herself a default human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public when she doesn't need to impersonate anyone but doesn't want to draw attention with her natural blue skin. In the movies before the reboot, she explicitly refuses to do such a thing, stating that she shouldn't ''have'' to pass as normal, but giving her a human form is not only practical, but it also gives the actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.

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*** Starting in this movie, movie and carrying into the next two, shapeshifter Mystique gives herself is shown using a default "default" human form--simply Creator/JenniferLawrence without the prosthetics--to pass as normal in public when she doesn't need to impersonate anyone but doesn't want to draw attention with her natural blue skin. In the Since these movies before the reboot, she explicitly refuses to do such a thing, stating are prequels, it's possible that she grew out of the practice by the time of the original trilogy when Nightcrawler asks her why she won't use her powers to look normal and she replies, "I shouldn't ''have'' to pass as normal, but giving her a human form is not only practical, but have to." In reality, it also gives the her actress a break from the 7-hour makeup process.
28th Jun '17 9:54:37 PM PaulA
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* One of the early hints in ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'' that Jane Smith has hidden skills (as an assassin) comes when she fixes the way a curtain is hanging by balancing perfectly on a chair that is standing on only one of its legs. John also uses this trope to verify his suspicions that Jane is indeed an assassin--he pretends to drop an open bottle of wine and by instinct Jane uses her better-than-average reflexes to save the carpet.

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* One of the early hints in ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'' ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith2005'' that Jane Smith has hidden skills (as an assassin) comes when she fixes the way a curtain is hanging by balancing perfectly on a chair that is standing on only one of its legs. John also uses this trope to verify his suspicions that Jane is indeed an assassin--he pretends to drop an open bottle of wine and by instinct Jane uses her better-than-average reflexes to save the carpet.
8th Jun '17 11:29:49 AM JackG
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* The introduction to the campy ''Film/DocSavage'' has Doc building a small rocket, an invention that (according to TheNarrator) may one day may be useful to mankind! Or, as it turns out, to help him fish.
5th Jun '17 1:48:25 PM AuraXtreme
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