History TooDumbToLive / AnimatedFilms

9th Feb '16 1:08:13 PM brian8871
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** During the reprise of "For the First Time in Forever," Anna is oblivious to the increasingly violent snowstorm surrounding Elsa. The result is [[spoiler: a near-fatal ice blast to the heart.]]
25th Dec '15 8:04:57 AM DoctorCooper
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* Pinocchio from ''WesternAnimation/{{Pinocchio 1992}}'' is warned by the Cricket not to go to [[PleasureIsland Dunceland]], because his wanting of a life of just fun has caused him many problems in the past. However, Pinocchio goes there and pays it dearly. He almost ends being drowned in the sea as a donkey.
1st Nov '15 3:39:23 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': Olaf, whose fondest wish is to experience summer, even though he's a ''snowman''. Unlike Anna, however, Olaf has the excuse of basically being a child and genuinely not knowing better. ** In Anna's defense, nothing should tear a family apart. Love is stronger than fear, as the movie's [[AnAesop aesop]] teaches.
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': ** Olaf, whose fondest wish is to experience summer, even though he's a ''snowman''. Unlike Anna, however, Olaf has the excuse of basically being a child and genuinely not knowing better. ** In Anna's defense, nothing should tear a family apart. Love is stronger than fear, as the movie's [[AnAesop aesop]] teaches.better.
1st Nov '15 3:37:13 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Anna in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', who insists on staying close to her sister, even though she has dangerous powers that she can't keep under control and has nearly killed her with said powers. And Olaf, whose fondest wish is to experience summer, even though he's a ''snowman''. Unlike Anna, however, Olaf has the excuse of basically being a child and genuinely not knowing better.
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* Anna in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', who insists on staying close to her sister, even though she has dangerous powers that she can't keep under control and has nearly killed her with said powers. And ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': Olaf, whose fondest wish is to experience summer, even though he's a ''snowman''. Unlike Anna, however, Olaf has the excuse of basically being a child and genuinely not knowing better.
1st Nov '15 3:36:17 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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Death has to be involved, for it to be this trope. If I can't see a death in the example as written, it goes.
* ''Anime/SpiritedAway'': Chihiro's parents really, really, '''really''' should have known better than to eat at an amusement park where the signs advertise such foods as "dog" and "eyeball". Even if you don't read or speak Japanese, the atmosphere of the whole place tips off to any rational human being that there is something ungodly wrong with it. Naturally, they fell for the SchmuckBanquet big time.
1st Nov '15 3:34:39 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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unless the gun goes off, it's not this trope. TDTL needs people to die for their own stupidity. Darwin Award Honorable Mentions type people aren't allowed (except the ones who die leaving children.)
* Chief Wiggum in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'' is [[DonutMessWithACop chowing down donuts at a sale]] [[IJustShotMarvinInTheFace by eating them off the barrel of his gun]]. He was once the trope's image, for crap's sake.
7th Jul '15 8:32:05 PM parislover
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** In Scar's defense, he probably didn't know the hyenas were there. If he did, he probably wouldn't have blamed Mufasa's death on them.
27th Feb '15 10:59:56 AM catmuto
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** Their parents should be another case. Because what should you do when you have two daughters and one of them has magical powers that could potentially harm someone? Let them play and use those magical powers without teaching them the concept of ''limitations'' and ''how to say No when the non-magical sister wants the magical one to use it''. And when, inevitably, harm comes to one of them, ''lock your magical daughter into her room, forbidding her from having contact and shunning her like a freak of nature''. Cause ''that'''s gonna make her gain control over her powers!
27th Feb '15 10:53:53 AM catmuto
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** After being thrown out by Elsa's giant snow golem of a bouncer, despite Kristoff begging her to leave him alone, Anna throws a snowball at it. Not only does the snowball absolutely no damage whatsoever, the giant snowman becomes so angry, it chases them off a cliff. Fortunately, it had no intention of truly doing them harm and just ''really'' wanted them gone. In fact, it was already leaving before Anna tossed the snowball.
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** After being thrown out by Elsa's giant snow golem of a bouncer, despite Kristoff begging her to leave him alone, Anna throws a snowball at it. Not only does the snowball absolutely no damage whatsoever, the giant snowman becomes so angry, it chases them off a cliff. Fortunately, it had no intention of truly doing them harm and just ''really'' wanted them gone. In fact, it was already leaving before Anna tossed the snowball. snowball. ** Their parents should be another case. Because what should you do when you have two daughters and one of them has magical powers that could potentially harm someone? Let them play and use those magical powers without teaching them the concept of ''limitations'' and ''how to say No when the non-magical sister wants the magical one to use it''. And when, inevitably, harm comes to one of them, ''lock your magical daughter into her room, forbidding her from having contact and shunning her like a freak of nature''. Cause ''that'''s gonna make her gain control over her powers!
27th Feb '15 10:50:44 AM catmuto
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** It's also a case of ValuesDissonance, because Seita is now the only man in the family and would be expected to take up the responsibility with this, meaning he should be capable of taking care of himself and is sister and ''not'' "crawl back" to gain help from his aunt in the eyes of a Japanese.

** It's also a case of ValuesDissonance, because Seita is now the only man in the family and would be expected to take up the responsibility with this, meaning he should be capable of taking care of himself and is sister and ''not'' "crawl back" to gain help from his aunt.
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