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2nd Feb '16 4:11:29 AM migmit
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* ''Film/HussarBallad'': Ivan, while not related to Shura by blood, treats her as a daughter. Despite being old, he is quick to help her in a fight, and surprisingly effective as well.
23rd Jan '16 11:59:22 AM nombretomado
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* StevenSeagal: These [[DirectToVideo Direct to DVD]] movies ''Film/BellyOfTheBeast'' and ''Film/OutOfReach''.
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* StevenSeagal: Creator/StevenSeagal: These [[DirectToVideo Direct to DVD]] movies ''Film/BellyOfTheBeast'' and ''Film/OutOfReach''.
23rd Jan '16 7:50:08 AM foxfireman
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* ''Film/{{Steve Jobs}}'', having publicly denied that Lisa is his daughter and begrudgingly paying court-mandated child support, learns that her mother Chrisann may have thrown a cereal bowl at Lisa. Though she denies it, Jobs, very matter-of-factly, tells Chrisann that, if he ever hears something like that again, he has the resources to hire people to have her killed.
18th Dec '15 7:31:27 PM res20stupid
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* ''Film/ToySoldiers'': [[spoiler: Joey Trotta]]'s father takes the news that [[spoiler: he has been killed]] very badly. [[spoiler: So he orders the murder of his murderer's father, even though that would mean all of Joey's friends would be killed in retaliation.]]
18th Nov '15 4:52:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* Wade Gustafson in ''Film/{{Fargo}}'' is a [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]] as only the CoenBrothers can make 'em: as a combination of this and the ObnoxiousInLaws trope, he continuously undermines and distrusts son-in-law Jerry (who says that the kidnappers gave specific instructions about him being the one who made contact and delivered the money, which would have created a problem with the kidnappers [[spoiler:even if Jerry wasn't technically their mastermind]]) and thus charges into the drop-off without any more protection than a concealed pistol or information on the kidnappers other than the time and place of delivery, [[RealityEnsues which gets him killed]] when he insists that he won't give the money unless he sees his daughter and pisses off [[HairTriggerTemper Showalter]], who expected Jerry.
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* Wade Gustafson in ''Film/{{Fargo}}'' is a [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]] as only the CoenBrothers Creator/CoenBrothers can make 'em: as a combination of this and the ObnoxiousInLaws trope, he continuously undermines and distrusts son-in-law Jerry (who says that the kidnappers gave specific instructions about him being the one who made contact and delivered the money, which would have created a problem with the kidnappers [[spoiler:even if Jerry wasn't technically their mastermind]]) and thus charges into the drop-off without any more protection than a concealed pistol or information on the kidnappers other than the time and place of delivery, [[RealityEnsues which gets him killed]] when he insists that he won't give the money unless he sees his daughter and pisses off [[HairTriggerTemper Showalter]], who expected Jerry.
7th Nov '15 12:22:05 PM gophergiggles
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* The titular ''Film/MajorPayne'' becomes one over the course of the film, first showcased by dealing with Tiger's fear of the Boogeyman by ''opening fire on the closet'', and later by defending Alex from his drunken abusive step-father. The latter is the turning point where the [[RagTagBunchOfMisfits ROTC Boys]], several of whom are implied to have [[ParentalNeglect uncaring parents]], come to like and respect the Major.
4th Oct '15 5:02:50 PM toongrrl1990
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* ''Man in the House'': Tommy Lee Jones's role that followed that one was this film, where he's a sheriff who has to protect a bunch of cheerleader girls after they witness a murder. HilarityEnsues until not only one of the girls is almost killed by a car bomb, but the man's daughter is kidnapped...
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* ''Man in the House'': ''ManOfTheHouse'': Tommy Lee Jones's role that followed that one was this film, where he's a sheriff who has to protect a bunch of cheerleader girls after they witness a murder. HilarityEnsues until not only one of the girls is almost killed by a car bomb, but the man's daughter is kidnapped...
26th Sep '15 11:56:40 PM karategal
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--->'''Hoskins:'' The mother hen has finally arrived--
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--->'''Hoskins:'' --->'''Hoskins:''' The mother hen has finally arrived--
26th Sep '15 11:56:03 PM karategal
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--->'''Owen:''' Gentlemen, you have one big target. Do ''not'' shoot my raptors... please.
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--->'''Hoskins:'' The mother hen has finally arrived-- --->'''Owen:''' Gentlemen, you have one big target. Do ''not'' shoot ''[punches him in the face]'' Get the hell out of here and stay away from my raptors... please.animals.
13th Sep '15 9:25:45 PM lipranzer
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* Three different examples in ''Film/TellNoOne'': ** Bruno is a gangster who nevertheless loves his son, who's a hemophiliac, and he does not care about such niceties as hospital regulations when it comes to making sure his son gets the care he needs. ** Gilbert is a villainous example; [[spoiler: when his son is killed, Gilbert allows his {{Mooks}} to do just about anything, including ColdBloodedTorture and murder, to find those responsible]]. ** Finally, [[spoiler: there's Jacques, whose daughter Margot was responsible for killing Gilbert's son (in self-defense); [[DeathFakedForYou he helps Margot fake her death after this]] to keep Gilbert from finding her]].
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