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25th Jun '16 2:55:32 PM res20stupid
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* ''Film/MySuperExGirlfriend'': When the citizens find out the real reason why G-Girl has been tormenting Matt ([[PsychoExGirlfriend he broke up with her]]) they are ''much'' less forgiving for her antics after thinking Matt was a criminal.
21st May '16 7:21:36 PM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'': Ray Stantz for [[spoiler: accidentally summoning the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man]].
* ''Film/TheGodfather Part II'': Though not exactly a Hero, Michael Corleone is called out by Tom Hagen when he plans to assassinate [[spoiler:Hyman Roth]] - despite the fact that Roth knows his plots have failed, he's run out of places to run to, is implied to be terminally ill, and killing him is an unnecessary risk to business.

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'': ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'': Ray Stantz for [[spoiler: accidentally summoning the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man]].
* ''Film/TheGodfather Part II'': ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'': Though not exactly a Hero, Michael Corleone is called out by Tom Hagen when he plans to assassinate [[spoiler:Hyman Roth]] - despite the fact that Roth knows his plots have failed, he's run out of places to run to, is implied to be terminally ill, and killing him is an unnecessary risk to business.
8th May '16 7:20:06 AM H.TorranceGriffin
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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', it's revealed just before the final fight that Steve knew (for over two years) that the Winter Soldier was responsible for [[spoiler: the murder of Tony's parents]] and ''never'' told him about it. This is a huge lie of omission on Steve's part and Tony views it as a devastating betrayal to their friendship, especially since he had to find out about it through a graphic video of his parents being [[spoiler: beaten and strangled to death]] by Bucky, who is standing right in front of him.

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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', it's revealed just before the final fight that Steve knew (for over two years) that the Winter Soldier Hydra was responsible for [[spoiler: the murder of Tony's parents]] parents, had every reason to think that the Winter Soldier was the triggerman]], and ''never'' told him about it. This is a huge lie of omission on Steve's part and Tony views it as a devastating betrayal to their friendship, especially since he had to find out about it through a graphic video of his parents being [[spoiler: beaten and strangled to death]] by Bucky, who is standing right in front of him.
3rd May '16 12:28:50 AM karategal
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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericanCivilWar'', it's revealed just before the final fight that Steve knew (for over two years) that the Winter Soldier was responsible for [[spoiler: the murder of Tony's parents]] and ''never'' told him about it. This is a huge lie of omission on Steve's part and Tony views it as a devastating betrayal to their friendship, especially since he had to find out about it through a graphic video of his parents being [[spoiler: beaten and strangled to death]] by Bucky, who is standing right in front of him.

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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericanCivilWar'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', it's revealed just before the final fight that Steve knew (for over two years) that the Winter Soldier was responsible for [[spoiler: the murder of Tony's parents]] and ''never'' told him about it. This is a huge lie of omission on Steve's part and Tony views it as a devastating betrayal to their friendship, especially since he had to find out about it through a graphic video of his parents being [[spoiler: beaten and strangled to death]] by Bucky, who is standing right in front of him.
3rd May '16 12:28:31 AM karategal
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* ''Film/TheBank'': The protagonist Jim Doyle lies in his testimony for the bank when it's being sued by two parents for contributory negligence in the death of their son. Up to that point, Stephen had worshipped Jim for his genius. In the car on the way back from court, Stephen excoriates Jim, telling him that for all his own considerable intelligence and academic achievements, he could never do a thing like that. At the end of the film, we find out that [[spoiler:Jim has been working against the bank all along. When Jim does essentially the opposite of what he did before - activate his program that he claimed can predict the stock marker, but is actually designed to bankrupt the bank - Stephen has ''another'' brief ''WhatTheHellHero'' moment before desperately trying to reverse the damage.]]

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* ''Film/TheBank'': ''The Bank'': The protagonist Jim Doyle lies in his testimony for the bank when it's being sued by two parents for contributory negligence in the death of their son. Up to that point, Stephen had worshipped Jim for his genius. In the car on the way back from court, Stephen excoriates Jim, telling him that for all his own considerable intelligence and academic achievements, he could never do a thing like that. At the end of the film, we find out that [[spoiler:Jim has been working against the bank all along. When Jim does essentially the opposite of what he did before - activate his program that he claimed can predict the stock marker, but is actually designed to bankrupt the bank - Stephen has ''another'' brief ''WhatTheHellHero'' moment before desperately trying to reverse the damage.]]



* In ''Film/CaptainAmericanCivilWar'', it's revealed just before the final fight that Steve knew (for over two years) that the Winter Soldier was responsible for [[spoiler: the murder of Tony's parents]] and ''never'' told him about it. This is a huge lie of omission on Steve's part and Tony views it as a devastating betrayal to their friendship, especially since he had to find out about it through a graphic video of his parents being [[spoiler: beaten and strangled to death]] by Bucky, who is standing right in front of him.
--> '''Tony:''' [[spoiler: ''(looking at Bucky)'']] [[WhamLine You killed my mom.]]



---> '''Harvey Dent''': [[spoiler: ''(interuppting Ramirez in her excuse)'' "You didn't know what they were going to do to me." You're the second cop to say that to me. What ''exactly'' did you think they were going to do?]]

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---> '''Harvey Dent''': [[spoiler: ''(interuppting ''(interrupting Ramirez in her excuse)'' "You didn't know what they were going to do to me." You're the second cop to say that to me. What ''exactly'' did you think they were going to do?]]



* In ''Film/PansLabyrinth'', the Faun chastizes Ofelia after she causes the deaths of two of the fairies he gave her. [[spoiler: He tells her that she has failed the tests she needed to pass to get back to the Underworld, but gives her the third and final test during the finale]].


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* In ''Film/PansLabyrinth'', the Faun chastizes Ofelia after she causes the deaths of two of the fairies he gave her. [[spoiler: He tells her that she has failed the tests she needed to pass to get back to the Underworld, but gives her the third and final test during the finale]].
29th Apr '16 5:13:44 AM MagBas
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* ''Film/BladeRunner'': The fairly rough "love scene" between Deckard and Rachael in his apartment.
29th Apr '16 1:47:45 AM KenKevinStriker
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* ''Film/BladeRunner'': The fairly rough "love scene" between Deckard and Rachael in his apartment.
25th Apr '16 7:45:21 PM Tyk5919
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* ''Film/AmericanMeltdown'': Tom Shea, twice. The first time he calls out [[spoiler:Sands, telling him that his overall motivation led to rioting in the streets, and even though he didn't plan on harming any innocents, dozens of people died during the riots]]. Later, a member of the CAG team [[spoiler:kills one of the engineers trying to stop the meltdown]], and Shea wastes no time calling the man out, especially since Shea ''clearly'' said [[spoiler:he was a hostage]].
6th Apr '16 1:56:00 AM 06tele
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* ''Film/GraceOfMyHeart'': Record producer Joel calls out songwriter Edna when she's living in a hippy commune having turned her back on music [[spoiler: in the wake of her husband's death]], telling her that she's wasting her talent and is spending too much time grieving. She explodes with rage and gives him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, in which she accuses him of exploiting her talent and tells him that without her, he'd be nobody. Instead of defending himself, Joel agrees with her, which has the effect on her of an ArmorPiercingResponse.
20th Feb '16 9:48:56 AM nombretomado
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* ''Film/TheAvengers'': This is the reaction Captain America has towards Nick Fury upon learning that [[spoiler: SHIELD had been reverse-engineering weapons and tech from confiscated HYDRA weaponry.]]

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* ''Film/TheAvengers'': ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'': This is the reaction Captain America has towards Nick Fury upon learning that [[spoiler: SHIELD had been reverse-engineering weapons and tech from confiscated HYDRA weaponry.]]
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