History Narm / WesternAnimation

10th Jun '17 11:36:09 AM nombretomado
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** The music in that scene (and many others in the series) is actually a remix of [[Creator/JohannSebastianBach Bach's]] "Music/ToccataAndFugueInDMinor".

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** The music in that scene (and many others in the series) is actually a remix of [[Creator/JohannSebastianBach [[Music/JohannSebastianBach Bach's]] "Music/ToccataAndFugueInDMinor".
10th Apr '17 9:16:42 AM Mineboot45
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* The Franchise/MonsterHigh episode "Fright On" seems to be a serious take on racism, with Van Hellscream and Crabgrass trying to start what amounts to a race war between vampires and werewolves to get the school shut down; just for good measure, they also try to murder several prominent characters in a rather unpleasant manner. This features several "Narm!" moments, including Frankie's realization that Crabgrass is imitating Bloodgood by watching her drink with her finger, which she only suspects after hearing Crabgrass-as-Bloodgood call Nightmare a "stupid animal"; funnily enough, she seems to ignore Crabgrass' terrible acting (calling Frankie "Francine", which Bloodgood never does), inability to duplicate abilities (Bloodgood almost never wears her head in her office, something Crabgrass literally cannot imitate) and just plain out of character acting (keeping Nightmare shackled to the wall).

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* The Franchise/MonsterHigh ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' episode "Fright On" seems to be a serious take on racism, with Van Hellscream and Crabgrass trying to start what amounts to a race war between vampires and werewolves to get the school shut down; just for good measure, they also try to murder several prominent characters in a rather unpleasant manner. This features several "Narm!" moments, including Frankie's realization that Crabgrass is imitating Bloodgood by watching her drink with her finger, which she only suspects after hearing Crabgrass-as-Bloodgood call Nightmare a "stupid animal"; funnily enough, she seems to ignore Crabgrass' terrible acting (calling Frankie "Francine", which Bloodgood never does), inability to duplicate abilities (Bloodgood almost never wears her head in her office, something Crabgrass literally cannot imitate) and just plain out of character acting (keeping Nightmare shackled to the wall).
18th Mar '17 4:56:11 PM Daimos
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*** The show is so filled with Narm, one might wonder if it was 'deliberately' narmy...

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*** The ***The show is so filled with Narm, one might wonder if it was 'deliberately' narmy...



** ''Anytime'' Vakama Wangst will become this eventually for any viewer. At first it's understandable but by the end of the movie, he sounds more like [[NeonGenesisEvangelion Shinji]] than a Heroic Toa of Fire.His awkward voice doesn't help much Some choice quotes

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** ''Anytime'' **''Anytime'' Vakama Wangst will become this eventually for any viewer. At first it's understandable as he is suddenly thrusted into becoming a hero and doubts himself but by the end of the movie, he sounds more like [[NeonGenesisEvangelion Shinji]] than a Heroic Toa of Fire.His awkward awkward voice doesn't help much much. Some choice quotes
18th Mar '17 4:53:40 PM Daimos
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***The show is so filled with Narm, one might wonder if it was 'deliberately' narmy...


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**''Anytime'' Vakama Wangst will become this eventually for any viewer. At first it's understandable but by the end of the movie, he sounds more like [[NeonGenesisEvangelion Shinji]] than a Heroic Toa of Fire.His awkward voice doesn't help much Some choice quotes
-->''''I'm a Crosswired freak!''''
-->''''I CAN'T JUST CHAAYYENGE!
-->''''I'll never be a real Toa!''''
-->''''I'm THROUGH making plans!!''''
28th Feb '17 4:15:56 AM LegitimateIdiot
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* ''Every time'' they use {{Overcrank}} in ''{{Franchise/Ninjago}}'', ''somebody talks''.

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* ''Every time'' they use Every time somebody ''talks'' while using {{Overcrank}} in ''{{Franchise/Ninjago}}'', ''somebody talks''.''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}''.
16th Jan '17 7:26:23 AM dysonjustin
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17th Dec '16 9:48:07 PM StarformDCX
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* In the Direct-to-Video ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths'', Ultraman at a point bitch-slaps the President of the United States... and the slap makes him ''bleed''. They probably intended to show that Ultraman was an ultrastrong badass, but the way this scene was directed made it look like the President was a living bottle of tomato sauce.
27th Nov '16 10:52:12 PM Nicoaln
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* Invoked in ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' - Maui attempts to have a serious conversation with Moana only he has accidentally shapeshifted halfway into a shark, so he has a shark head and torso. Moana naturally cannot take this seriously.
24th Oct '16 9:36:01 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In Bakshi's ''WesternAnimation/{{Wizards}}'', the battle scene was rotoscoped over the ice battle from ''Film/AlexanderNevsky'' -- which was a classic silent film. It made for some... overwrought drama; what makes for good acting has changed since then.

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* In Bakshi's ''WesternAnimation/{{Wizards}}'', the ''WesternAnimation/{{Wizards}}'':
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battle scene was rotoscoped over the ice battle from ''Film/AlexanderNevsky'' -- which was a classic silent film. It made for some... overwrought drama; what makes for good acting has changed since then.then.
** Weehawk's furious cry of "SLUT!!" when he runs into [[spoiler:Elinore, who had betrayed them and killed Peace while under mind control]]. "Traitor" or "backstabber" probably would have been a lot more appropriate, but they also wouldn't have been as unintentionally funny.
19th Sep '16 7:54:40 PM Anddrix
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* The use of contemporary songs in ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'' is jarring for many viewers, and can turn otherwise somber scenes into comedic ones. Manolo singing Music/{{Radiohead}}'s "Creep" stands out the most, though. It's just so out of place considering the setting.

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* The use of contemporary songs in ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'' is jarring for many viewers, and can turn otherwise somber scenes into comedic ones. Even among those who are relatively fine with the rest of the songs, Manolo singing Music/{{Radiohead}}'s "Creep" stands out the most, though. It's just so recognizable, and exceptionally out of place considering the setting.
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