History YMMV / Casablanca

9th Sep '16 4:24:55 PM Josef5678
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: The movie has a lot of amiguities, and thus has a ''lot'' of this trope.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: The movie has a lot of amiguities, ambiguities, and thus has a ''lot'' of this trope.
9th Sep '16 8:05:01 AM Spindriver
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** Some viewers think his hanging around Rick all the time and Rick's comment when Renault brings his latest victim ''and'' her husband suggests his sights are wider than first thought, and that Rick knows it.
-->'''Rick''': Renault's getting broad-minded.
** And then, at the end of the film, Renault and Rick walk off into the fog together, [[HoYay talking about their new and beautiful friendship]].

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** *** Some viewers think his hanging around Rick all the time and Rick's comment when Renault brings his latest victim ''and'' her husband suggests his sights are wider than first thought, and that Rick knows it.
-->'''Rick''': ---->'''Rick''': Renault's getting broad-minded.
** *** And then, at the end of the film, Renault and Rick walk off into the fog together, [[HoYay talking about their new and beautiful friendship]].
9th Sep '16 8:03:44 AM Spindriver
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** Some viewers think his hanging around Rick all the time and Rick's comment when Renault brings his latest victim ''and'' her husband suggests his sights are wider than first thought, and that Rick knows it.
-->'''Rick''': Renault's getting broad-minded.
** And then, at the end of the film, Renault and Rick walk off into the fog together, [[HoYay talking about their new and beautiful friendship]].



* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: When Victor Laszlo leads the crowd in Rick's in ''La Marseillaise'' to drown out the Nazis' "''Die Wacht am Rhein''". Doubles as a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Victor.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: At least twice...
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When Victor Laszlo leads the crowd in Rick's in ''La Marseillaise'' to drown out the Nazis' "''Die Wacht am Rhein''". Doubles as a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Victor.
9th Sep '16 8:03:44 AM Spindriver
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31st Aug '16 2:20:14 PM Josef5678
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* FridgeBrilliance: Ugarte fires four shots at the police while trying to escape. Most guns contain six bullets. He already used two bullets on the two couriers he murdered.
** The average person can probably figure out that the movie is a metaphor for America joining the War. It's re-examining little details in the movie where the FridgeBrilliance kicks in. Case in point; the famous scene where Rick grouses that, over in America, people are "asleep." He means it both literally, due to time differences, and metaphorically, due to their unwillingness to oppose Axis tyranny and determination to stay out of the conflict.

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* FridgeBrilliance: Ugarte fires four shots at the police while trying to escape. Most guns contain six bullets. He already used two bullets on the two couriers he murdered.
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The average person can probably figure out that the movie is a metaphor for America joining the War. It's re-examining little details in the movie where the FridgeBrilliance kicks in. Case in point; the famous scene where Rick grouses that, over in America, people are "asleep." He means it both literally, due to time differences, and metaphorically, due to their unwillingness to oppose Axis tyranny and determination to stay out of the conflict.
31st Aug '16 6:48:18 AM SpectralTime
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** The average person can probably figure out that the movie is a metaphor for America joining the War. It's re-examining little details in the movie where the FridgeBrilliance kicks in. Case in point; the last thing Ilsa says to Rick is "God bless you." Rick represents America. "God bless America."

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** The average person can probably figure out that the movie is a metaphor for America joining the War. It's re-examining little details in the movie where the FridgeBrilliance kicks in. Case in point; the last thing Ilsa says to famous scene where Rick is "God bless you." Rick represents America. "God bless America." grouses that, over in America, people are "asleep." He means it both literally, due to time differences, and metaphorically, due to their unwillingness to oppose Axis tyranny and determination to stay out of the conflict.
31st Aug '16 12:26:08 AM SallyShears
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** The average person can probably figure out that the movie is a metaphor for America joining the War. It's re-examining little details in the movie where the FridgeBrilliance kicks in. Case in point; the last thing Ilsa says to Rick is "God bless you." Rick represents America. "God bless America."
14th Aug '16 2:07:27 PM Josef5678
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*** [[LegallyBlondeTheMusical Is he gay or European?]]
9th Aug '16 10:27:48 PM hannahstohelit
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*** [[LegallyBlondeTheMusical Is he gay or European?]]
7th Aug '16 12:53:39 PM haloinsider
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* AwardSnub: Considering the movie did win Best Picture and Best Director awards, it's not a major complaint. But Bogart - playing the iconic role of Rick - lost out Best Actor to Paul Lukas for ''Film/WatchOnTheRhine'', and Ingrid Bergman wasn't even nominated for Best Actress.

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* AwardSnub: Considering the movie did win Best Picture and Best Director awards, it's not a major complaint. But Bogart - playing the iconic role of Rick - lost out Best Actor to Paul Lukas for ''Film/WatchOnTheRhine'', Claude Raines lost Best Supporting Actor to Charles Coburn for ''Film/TheMoreTheMerrier'', and Ingrid Bergman wasn't even nominated for Best Actress.Actress (instead being cited for her work in ''For Whom the Bell Tolls'').
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