History RefugeInAudacity / Film

16th Sep '17 6:51:09 AM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/TadTheLostExplorer'': As Sara explains to Tad, they can't call the police because the case sounds too absurd to be taken seriously.
10th Sep '17 2:53:21 AM Snicka
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*** Film/RogueOne makes Leia's statement of just being out on a diplomatic mission one.

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*** Film/RogueOne makes ** Thanks to the events depicted in ''Film/RogueOne'', where Darth Vader clearly sees Leia's ship flying away with the Death Star plans, Leia's statement of just being in the original film that she's out on a diplomatic mission becomes one.
4th Sep '17 12:28:34 PM kjnoren
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* Film/WonderWoman2017: Diana brings her sword into the gala by carrying it down the back of her blue dress, with the hilt and guard very visible. No-one arounds her hardly bat an eye.
30th May '17 10:02:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Ghost}}'': When WhoopiGoldberg's character signs the million-dollar check, she goofs and apologizes, "I signed the wrong name."

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* ''Film/{{Ghost}}'': When WhoopiGoldberg's Creator/WhoopiGoldberg's character signs the million-dollar check, she goofs and apologizes, "I signed the wrong name."
27th Feb '17 7:27:33 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** These lines are delivered in Creator/TimCurry's delightful sneer, from which anyone GenreSavvy should ''run like the wind''.

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** These lines are delivered in Creator/TimCurry's delightful sneer, from which anyone GenreSavvy should ''run like the wind''.
26th Feb '17 10:47:40 AM nombretomado
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** The author HunterSThompson's ''reputation'' is based on RefugeInAudacity. Stories circulate of him intentionally invoking this trope; when his house was found to contain over thirty firearms from handguns up to machine guns, and several sticks of dynamite, Hunter told the police that they were "for home defense."

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** The author HunterSThompson's Creator/HunterSThompson's ''reputation'' is based on RefugeInAudacity. Stories circulate of him intentionally invoking this trope; when his house was found to contain over thirty firearms from handguns up to machine guns, and several sticks of dynamite, Hunter told the police that they were "for home defense."
2nd Jan '17 3:21:36 PM PrincessSolarFlare
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***Film/RogueOne makes Leia's statement of just being out on a diplomatic mission one.
23rd Oct '16 9:33:32 PM litera
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**To be fair, this is a totally plausible mistake for a woman in particular, as she might have changed her name upon getting married or divorced.
17th Oct '16 8:32:38 AM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMen'':

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* ''Film/XMen'':''Film/XMenFilmSeries'':
9th Oct '16 8:09:49 PM erforce
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[[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean "Thank goodness for that, because if I weren't this would never work."]]

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[[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd "Thank goodness for that, because if I weren't this would never work."]]



* An infamous deleted scene from the first ''Franchise/StarWars'' movie, ''Film/ANewHope'' shows Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia strolling through the corridors of the Death Star, their faces uncovered and their street clothes clearly visible, but also conspicuously sporting some stark white utility belts they have stolen from Imperial stormtroopers they've knocked out and/or killed; all in full view of the Imperial personnel! Apparently, the only explanation is that Han, Luke, Chewie and Leia figured that the enemy would find this sight so funny or brazen or unbelievable that they'd dismiss it. (One theory is that George Lucas shot this scene for no other reason than to [[RuleOfFunny add to his personal blooper reel]].)

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* ''Franchise/StarWars''
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An infamous deleted scene from the first ''Franchise/StarWars'' movie, ''Film/ANewHope'' shows Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia strolling through the corridors of the Death Star, their faces uncovered and their street clothes clearly visible, but also conspicuously sporting some stark white utility belts they have stolen from Imperial stormtroopers they've knocked out and/or killed; all in full view of the Imperial personnel! Apparently, the only explanation is that Han, Luke, Chewie and Leia figured that the enemy would find this sight so funny or brazen or unbelievable that they'd dismiss it. (One theory is that George Lucas shot this scene for no other reason than to [[RuleOfFunny add to his personal blooper reel]].)
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