History WesternAnimation / TitanicTheLegendGoesOn

6th Nov '17 4:45:40 PM Killerikala
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* SpaghettiKiss: Sort of. We see the Dalmatians sharing link sausage in the "Mucho Gusto" scene. We don't actually see them kiss, but it's pretty obvious it was meant to invoke this trope. There's a good chance that they didn't know how to animate dogs kissing, so they just gave up.


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* SkewedPriorities: While EverybodyLives, the rescue boats had no problem filling some of the empty seats with animals.
* SpaghettiKiss: Sort of. We see the Dalmatians sharing link sausage in the "Mucho Gusto" scene. We don't actually see them kiss, but it's pretty obvious it was meant to invoke this trope. There's a good chance that they didn't know how to animate dogs kissing, so they just gave up.
12th Sep '17 6:25:55 AM TommyTiger
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** Also this gem from the uncut version: "Dressed in mourning, Gertrude Pickering is all broken up, though her tears are not tears of joy." [[SarcasmMode Ya think?]]

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** Also this gem from the uncut version: "Dressed in mourning, Gertrude Pickering is all broken up, though her tears are not tears of joy." [[SarcasmMode Ya think?]]"



* EverybodyLives: Despite being a movie about an event where over 1500 people died... the only character who is actually stated to have not made it off the boat is Molly the singer, and all because [[TooDumbToLive she was too busy singing]]. Everyone else though? Oh, they all live [[HappyEnding happily ever after]], with no life-altering psychological damage at all. Even the dog made it!

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* EverybodyLives: Despite being a movie about an event where over 1500 people died... the only character who is actually stated to have not made it off the boat is Molly the singer, and all because [[TooDumbToLive she was too busy singing]]. Everyone else though? Oh, they all live lives [[HappyEnding happily ever after]], with no life-altering psychological damage at all. Even the dog made it!



* GorgeousPeriodDress: Probably the one part of the movie that comes close to accurate, aside from the setting. All the [[NiceHat fancy hats]], [[PimpedOutDress expensive dresses]], and [[PrettyInMink fur wraps]], were at least mostly done right. Except for Molly's gown, a strapless, backless number that looks more suitable for a modern cruise ship than anything from a century ago. Oh, and don't forget about the rapping dog, who wears a jersey (with the letter T on it, even) and a baseball cap.

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* GorgeousPeriodDress: Probably the one part of the movie that comes close to accurate, aside from the setting. All the [[NiceHat fancy hats]], [[PimpedOutDress expensive dresses]], and [[PrettyInMink fur wraps]], were at least mostly done right. Except for Molly's gown, a strapless, backless number that looks more suitable for a modern cruise ship than anything from a century ago. Oh, and don't forget about There's also the rapping dog, who wears a jersey (with the letter T on it, even) and a baseball cap.



* LimitedAnimation: In fact, the animation has been compared to the horrible [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDIGames Legend Of Zelda CD-I games]].
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: The film simply has far too many characters to work with. Some characters such as the Cruella de Vil-lookalike and the Stepmother are virtually interchangeable and there are at least 5 dogs in the cast (historically, only 3 dogs actually survived the actual sinking, none of them being the breeds in the film). This along with an incoherent plotline leads to a trainwreck... er... shipwreck of a movie.

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* LimitedAnimation: In fact, the animation has been compared to the horrible [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaCDIGames Legend Of Zelda CD-I games]].
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: The film simply has far too many characters to work with. Some characters such as the Cruella de Vil-lookalike and the Stepmother are virtually interchangeable and there are at least 5 dogs in the cast (historically, only 3 dogs actually survived the actual sinking, none of them being the breeds in the film). This along with an incoherent plotline leads to a trainwreck... er... shipwreck [[{{Pun}} shipwreck]] of a movie.



* MaleGaze: Oh yes, that's a very pretty necklace you're wearing ma'am. Oh, nice tits too.
* MisplacedWildlife: Dolphins in the north Atlantic? Really? While certain species of dolphins, including the bottlenose, have a range that spans virtually the entire Atlantic, there are no reports of dolphins arriving after the sinking.

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* MaleGaze: Oh yes, that's The film pays a very pretty necklace you're wearing ma'am. Oh, nice tits too.lot of attention to Angelica and Molly's chests.
* MisplacedWildlife: Dolphins ''Dolphins'' appear in this movie (which takes in the north Atlantic? Really? Atlantic). While certain species of dolphins, including the bottlenose, have a range that spans virtually the entire Atlantic, there are no reports of dolphins arriving after the sinking.



* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Seriously, would ''you'' trust somebody with "Meanstreak" as a last name?

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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Seriously, would ''you'' trust somebody with "Meanstreak" as a last name?"Meanstreak".



* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: Sam Bradbury has to be the worst undercover detective ever to live. The fact that he managed to get an award for solving a crime he did bugger-all to solve at the end of the movie is baffling. There's even an instance where a woman's valuables have disappeared (or more likely stolen) and he pops up saying "Not to worry, I saw everything." Oh really? Then why the hell didn't you SAY WHAT HAPPENED?! There's also the fact that he clearly sees the two thieves reaching into the gold digger's purse at one point and seems to freak out for no good reason when they start to put their hand in the dog's mouth instead. Wouldn't that have been reason enough to catch them? On the other hand, this might also apply to the Captain, who was told he had a ring of notorious thieves on his boat ''and didn't do a thing to help catch them''. No warnings to the passengers, no extra security, no worrying, nothing.

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* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: Sam Bradbury has to be the worst undercover detective ever to live. The fact that he managed to get an award for solving a crime he did bugger-all to solve at the end of the movie is baffling. There's even an instance where a woman's valuables have disappeared (or more likely stolen) and he pops up saying "Not to worry, I saw everything." Oh really? Then why the hell didn't you SAY WHAT HAPPENED?! There's also the fact that he clearly sees the two thieves reaching into the gold digger's purse at one point and seems to freak out for no good reason when they start to put their hand in the dog's mouth instead. Wouldn't that have been reason enough to catch them? On the other hand, this might also apply to the Captain, who was told he had a ring of notorious thieves on his boat ''and didn't do a thing to help catch them''. No warnings to the passengers, no extra security, no worrying, nothing.



* SequelHook: At the end, the kid mouse telling how everyone lived happily ever after says "See you soon!" Thankfully, we didn't.

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* SequelHook: At the end, the kid mouse telling how everyone lived happily ever after says "See you soon!" Thankfully, soon!", even though we didn't.



* StockAudioClip: The original English dub, by virtue of simply being a dub, didn't leave out anything from the native Italian version...but this leads to an utterly bizarre issue where they have to resort to repeating dialogue whenever the scene runs too long and the new dialogue runs too short to compensate. A particularly bad case is when a guard at one point says "You can't go through this way! Don't force me to resort to violence!" ''three times'' in the span of less than a minute!
* StockFootage: The edited version is especially guilty for this. In fact, a large part of the footage in that version is shown at least twice. In one scene, there's water breaking through the hull shown 4 times straight!

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* StockAudioClip: The original English dub, by virtue of simply being a dub, didn't leave out anything from the native Italian version...but this leads to an utterly bizarre issue where they have to resort to repeating dialogue whenever the scene runs too long and the new dialogue runs too short to compensate. A particularly bad case is when a guard at one point says "You can't go through this way! Don't force me to resort to violence!" ''three times'' in the span of less than a minute!
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* StockFootage: The edited version is especially guilty for this. In fact, a large part of the footage in that version is shown at least twice. In one scene, there's water breaking through the hull shown 4 ''4 times straight!straight''.



* ViewersAreGoldfish: Yes, thank you movie; we already know what happened less than three minutes ago.

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* ViewersAreGoldfish: Yes, thank you movie; we already know what The movie tends to repeat things that happened less than three minutes ago.
12th Sep '17 6:13:13 AM TommyTiger
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* AluminiumChristmasTrees: May have been one for the producers of this film, considering they refer to it as a "legend" right in the title. The ''Titanic'' was real, guys!

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* AluminiumChristmasTrees: May have been one for the producers of this film, considering they refer to it as a "legend" right in the title. The ''Titanic'' was real, guys!



* ArtisticLicenseHistory: '''''[[UpToEleven YOU THINK?!]]'''''

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: '''''[[UpToEleven YOU THINK?!]]'''''''[[UpToEleven In spades]]''.
3rd Sep '17 2:23:38 PM iamconstantine
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* AnimationBump: The scene in which the nanny gives Angelica her dress is probably the only in the movie where the animation is actually decent.
30th Aug '17 3:45:45 PM legoking831
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* StockAudioClip: The original English dub, by virtue of simply being a dub, didn't leave out anything from the native Italian version...but this leads to an utterly bizarre issue where they have to resort to repeating dialogue whenever the scene runs too long and the new dialogue runs too short to compensate. A particularly bad case is when a guard at one point says "You can't go through this way! Don't force me to resort to violence!" ''three times'' in the span of less than a minute!
15th Aug '17 6:41:07 PM DoritoPenguin
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** "You can't come You can't come, you nothing to wear nothing to wear, and no one's going and no one's going to lend you anything."
21st Jul '17 7:05:25 PM Nozdordomu
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* OffModel: Uncut version has more of it. For an example, Gaston going through a table at one point. Although in both versions, you can see a man in one background growing larger or Meanstreak receiving an extra hand with a wallet for a second.
** When the third class passengers break through the Gates, two of them aren't animated properly and end up marching in in place.

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* OffModel: Uncut The uncut version has more of it. For an example, it, such as Gaston going through a table at one point. Although in both versions, you can see a man in one background growing larger or larger, and Meanstreak receiving a wallet with an extra hand with a wallet for a second.
** When the third class passengers break through the Gates, two of them aren't animated properly and end up marching in in place.
27th May '17 1:19:43 AM Kadorhal
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Nor should it be confused with another Italian film called ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTheTitanic'', which is ''an entirely different'' animated ''Titanic'' movie that features more talking mice, [[GreenAesop a "save the whales" plot]], and a giant octopus which tries to save the ship, and nobody dies because in the ship ''had enough lifeboats in this crazy timeline''.

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Nor should it be confused with another Italian film called ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTheTitanic'', which is ''an entirely different'' animated ''Titanic'' movie that features more talking mice, [[GreenAesop a "save the whales" plot]], and a giant octopus which tries to save the ship, and nobody dies because in the ship ''had enough lifeboats in this crazy timeline''.
25th May '17 10:40:41 PM BNSF1995
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Nor should it be confused with another Italian film called ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTheTitanic'', which is ''an entirely different'' animated ''Titanic'' movie that features more talking mice, [[GreenAesop a "save the whales" plot]], and a giant octopus which saves the ship.

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Nor should it be confused with another Italian film called ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTheTitanic'', which is ''an entirely different'' animated ''Titanic'' movie that features more talking mice, [[GreenAesop a "save the whales" plot]], and a giant octopus which saves tries to save the ship.ship, and nobody dies because in the ship ''had enough lifeboats in this crazy timeline''.
25th May '17 10:39:03 PM BNSF1995
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Accompanying them on the voyage are a family of [[AnimatedFilm/AnAmericanTail immigrant mice]], a [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil]] lookalike and her Cockney henchmen, a detective who dresses like Franchise/SherlockHolmes, a trio of racially-insensitive Mexican mice, and an anachronistic rapping dog. [[RandomEventsPlot You will not be able to follow what they're doing or why they're doing it]].

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Accompanying them on the voyage are a family of [[AnimatedFilm/AnAmericanTail [[WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail immigrant mice]], a [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil]] lookalike and her Cockney henchmen, a detective who dresses like Franchise/SherlockHolmes, a trio of racially-insensitive Mexican mice, and an anachronistic rapping dog. [[RandomEventsPlot You will not be able to follow what they're doing or why they're doing it]].
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