History TearJerker / Jumanji

6th Feb '17 6:59:17 PM Mikeyfan93
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* The ending, where Alan and Sarah meet Judy and Peter again (for the first time in the new timeline. It's implied shortly before that point that Alan and Sarah would forget a lot of their "old" adult life when they became teenagers again, but they not only remembered exactly what the kids looked like, they also sought them out to bring them and their parents to their town to be a part of their happy lives. Add in the panicked BigNo when their parents mention they're planning a ski trip to the Rockies (presumably the trip they died on in the original timeline), it shows how strong a love they have for the kids, and how great a debt they owe them. Their memories of the kids survived magic amnesia and the memory fade of 26 years.

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* The ending, where Alan and Sarah meet Judy and Peter again (for the first time in the new timeline. It's implied shortly before that point that Alan and Sarah would forget a lot of their "old" adult life when they became teenagers again, but they not only remembered exactly what the kids looked like, they also sought them out to bring them and their parents to their town to be a part of their happy lives. Add in the panicked BigNo when their parents mention they're planning a ski trip to the Canadian Rockies (presumably the trip they died on in the original timeline), it shows how strong a love they have for the kids, and how great a debt they owe them. Their memories of the kids survived magic amnesia and the memory fade of 26 years.
6th Feb '17 6:54:37 PM Mikeyfan93
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* The ending, where Alan and Sam meet Judy and Peter again (for the first time in the new timeline. It's implied shortly before that point that Alan and Sam would forget a lot of their "old" adult life when they became teenagers again, but they not only remembered exactly what the kids looked like, they also sought them out to bring them and their parents to their town to be a part of their happy lives. Add in the panicked BigNo When their parents mention they're planning a ski trip to Canada (presumably the trip they died on in the original timeline), it shows how strong a love they have for the kids, and how great a debt they owe them. Their memories of the kids survived magic amnesia and the memory fade of 26 years.

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* The ending, where Alan and Sam Sarah meet Judy and Peter again (for the first time in the new timeline. It's implied shortly before that point that Alan and Sam Sarah would forget a lot of their "old" adult life when they became teenagers again, but they not only remembered exactly what the kids looked like, they also sought them out to bring them and their parents to their town to be a part of their happy lives. Add in the panicked BigNo When when their parents mention they're planning a ski trip to Canada the Rockies (presumably the trip they died on in the original timeline), it shows how strong a love they have for the kids, and how great a debt they owe them. Their memories of the kids survived magic amnesia and the memory fade of 26 years.
6th Feb '17 6:51:03 PM Mikeyfan93
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* The part where Alan Parrish comes back out of the board game after being in an alternate jungle dimension for 26 years, and goes looking for his parents, only to discover they're dead '''''and''''' that his father, who he thought never loved him, gave up everything he had to try to find him. [[{{Lurkerbunny}} I]] can't even bear to watch that part.

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* The part where Alan Parrish comes back out of the board game after being in an alternate jungle dimension for 26 years, and goes looking for his parents, only to discover they're dead '''''and''''' that his father, who he thought never loved him, gave up everything he had to try to find him. [[{{Lurkerbunny}} I]] can't even bear to watch that part.
28th Jan '17 8:58:38 AM Ingonyama
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** Even the part after she wakes up from her faint and leaves a message for her therapist is this, for while it's slightly PlayedForLaughs, she still has tears in her eyes and her voice breaks a little as she tells the doctor she "needs her dosage checked", that she was sitting in the living room of the boy she saw vanish, drinking lemonade, and that she'd "really like to know what you make of all this." It's enough to make you want to give her a hug.

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** Even the part after she wakes up from her faint and leaves a message for her therapist is this, for while it's slightly PlayedForLaughs, she still has tears in her eyes and her voice breaks a little as she tells the doctor she "needs her dosage checked", that she was sitting in the living room of the boy she saw vanish, drinking lemonade, and that she'd "really like to know what you make of all this." [[TheWoobie It's enough to make you want to give her a hug.hug]].
28th Jan '17 8:51:20 AM Ingonyama
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** Even the part after she wakes up from her faint and leaves a message for her therapist is this, for while it's slightly PlayedForLaughs, she still has tears in her eyes and her voice breaks a little as she tells the doctor she "needs her dosage checked", that she was sitting in the living room of the boy she saw vanish, drinking lemonade, and that she'd "really like to know what you make of all this." It's enough to make you want to give her a hug.
19th Jan '17 10:09:07 AM ChilledXSocks
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* The ending, where Alan and Sam meet Judy and Peter again (for the first time in the new timeline. It's implied shortly before that point that Alan and Sam would forget a lot of their "old" adult life when they became teenagers again, but they not only remembered exactly what the kids looked like, they also sought them out to bring them and their parents to their town to be a part of their happy lives. Add in the panicked "NO!" When their parents mention they're planning a ski trip to Canada (presumably the trip they died on in the original timeline), it shows how strong a love they have for the kids, and how great a debt they owe them. Their memories of the kids survived magic amnesia and the memory fade of 26 years.

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* The ending, where Alan and Sam meet Judy and Peter again (for the first time in the new timeline. It's implied shortly before that point that Alan and Sam would forget a lot of their "old" adult life when they became teenagers again, but they not only remembered exactly what the kids looked like, they also sought them out to bring them and their parents to their town to be a part of their happy lives. Add in the panicked "NO!" BigNo When their parents mention they're planning a ski trip to Canada (presumably the trip they died on in the original timeline), it shows how strong a love they have for the kids, and how great a debt they owe them. Their memories of the kids survived magic amnesia and the memory fade of 26 years.
27th Dec '16 9:54:39 AM Whiplasherman1
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* The ending, where Alan and Sam meet Judy and Peter again (for the first time in the new timeline. It's implied shortly before that point that Alan and Sam would forget a lot of their "old" adult life when they became teenagers again, but they not only remembered exactly what the kids looked like, they also sought them out to bring them and their parents to their town to be a part of their happy lives. Add in the panicked "NO!" When their parents mention they're planning a ski trip to Canada (presumably the trip they died on in the original timeline), it shows how strong a love they have for the kids, and how great a debt they owe them. Their memories of the kids survived magic amnesia and the memory fade of 26 years.
17th Dec '16 6:32:04 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** Also on Alan's side, the careless accident where he left the sneaker on the conveyor belt in the factory, destroying his friend Carl's invention that would've unquestionably set him and the rest of the factory staff for life. Instead of taking responsibility for the mistake, he ducks out in a panic, leaving Carl to take the fall, all for ''Alan''. For this, he is fired and forced to make a living many years later as a police officer long after the factory shutters, constantly lamenting how he lost the opportunity of a lifetime.
-->'''Alan:''' Hey Carl...I know it doesn't mean much after 26 years...But I want you to know I'm sorry.
28th Feb '16 8:31:55 PM HeraldAlberich
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--> [[spoiler: '''Sam''']]: [[spoiler: I thought you weren't going to talk to me ever again.]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Alan''']]: [[spoiler: Dad..whatever I said earlier..I didn't mean it..]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Sam''']]: [[spoiler: (looks a bit surprised, but hugs him back) Alan, I'm sorry too.]]

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--> [[spoiler: '''Sam''']]: --->[[spoiler:'''Sam]]:''' [[spoiler: I thought you weren't going to talk to me ever again.]]
-->
]]\\
[[spoiler:'''Alan]]:'''
[[spoiler: '''Alan''']]: [[spoiler: Dad..Dad... whatever I said earlier..earlier... I didn't mean it..]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Sam''']]: [[spoiler: (looks
it.]]\\
[[spoiler:'''Sam]]:''' [[spoiler:''[looks
a bit surprised, but hugs him back) back]'' Alan, I'm sorry too.]]
21st Aug '15 7:41:51 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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* Alan comes out with a really sad song that relays just how hard his life was: "In the jungle you must wait, until the dice rolls five or eight."

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* Alan comes out with a really sad song that relays just how hard his life was: "In the jungle you must wait, until the dice rolls read five or eight."
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