History YMMV / Pinocchio

18th Jul '17 2:24:01 PM kquinn0830
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** Playing pool is treated as a vice on par with drinking and smoking. Nowadays, it's considered a respectable game of skill that people of any age can take part in and have fun.
15th Jul '17 1:59:11 PM Redmess
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** When Jiminy goes to tell Gepetto about Pinocchio running off to join the theatre, he stops himself with the comment that that would be "snitching", giving the apparent message that warning parents about their children going with strangers or running away to somewhere they are not supposed to go is a bad thing.
13th Jul '17 3:03:14 PM Redmess
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* UncannyValley: Pinocchio's human form, if you're used to seeing him as a puppet. This is largely due to his eyes being noticeably smaller as a human than as a puppet.

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* UncannyValley: UncannyValley:
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Pinocchio's human form, if you're used to seeing him as a puppet. This is largely due to his eyes being noticeably smaller as a human than as a puppet.puppet.
** To some extent, Pinocchio's first appearance, when he has no mouth and looks decidedly doll like, as compared to how most people remember him. This is not helped by the camera angles used, which makes him look unsettlingly huge.
13th Jul '17 2:56:12 PM Redmess
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** If you behave badly as a child, horrible things will happen to you, and NO ONE will save you.

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** If you behave badly as a child, horrible things will happen to you, and NO ONE will save you, unless you have a supernatural creature looking after you.
13th Jul '17 2:50:48 PM Redmess
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop:
** If you behave badly as a child, horrible things will happen to you, and NO ONE will save you.
** Bad people can get away with evil deeds unpunished, and even get richer from it.
13th Jul '17 1:49:28 PM Redmess
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* ValuesDissonance:
** One of Gepetto's clocks features a child being spanked for breaking a bottle.
** The story overall holds a rather dim view of how misbehaving children should be treated. Aside from the abovementioned spanking, the Blue Fairy tells Pinocchio "boys who won't be good might as well be wood" (particularly horrifying given what Pinocchio had just been told what happens to old marionettes), and other misbehaving children are transformed into donkeys and sold into slavery, without any hope of being rescued. The message seems to be: behave, or horrible things will happen to you.
7th Jul '17 11:39:45 AM ApatheticTurkey
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*** [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped It's not a wrong one]].
5th Jul '17 11:53:50 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* AngstWhatAngst: Considering all the horrifying and unsavory things Pinocchio sees and endures in his quest to reunite with his father, the kid is ''remarkably'' collected and chipper when his long personal hell comes to an end.
16th Jun '17 1:19:26 PM DecafGrub47393
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* {{Padding}}: The movie uses every single opportunity to delay our characters getting out of Geppetto's worshop and any action on their part will be prolonged to a ridiculous degree, such as Figaro opening the window, Geppetto looking around the room with a gun in his hand, or Pinocchio's finger catching on a candle's fire.

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* {{Padding}}: The movie uses every single opportunity to delay our characters getting out of Geppetto's worshop workshop and any action on their part will be prolonged to a ridiculous degree, such as Figaro opening the window, Geppetto looking around the room with a gun in his hand, or Pinocchio's finger catching on a candle's fire.
9th May '17 10:14:16 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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-->"I WILL POOOSH YOU IN DE PUBLIC'S EYE!"

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-->"I WILL POOOSH POOSH YOU IN DE PUBLIC'S POOBLIC'S EYE!"



** [[DarkReprise The use of a slow, nightmarish version of "No Strings On Me"]] in the trailer for ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' naturally got the movie quite a bump in attention, with even comments on videos of the original song being flooded with Marvel talk.

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** [[DarkReprise The use of a slow, nightmarish version of "No Strings On Me"]] "I've Got No Strings"]] in the trailer for ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' naturally got the movie quite a bump in attention, with even comments on videos of the original song being flooded with Marvel talk.



* {{Moe}}: Pinocchio, being crafted to resemble a young boy and being very innocent and naive, is probably the most adorable marionette ''ever''.

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* {{Moe}}: Pinocchio, being crafted to resemble a young boy and being very innocent and naive, naïve, is probably the most adorable marionette ''ever''.



* {{Padding}}: The movie uses every single opportunity to delay our characters getting out of Geppetto's worshop and any action on their part will be prolonged to a ridiculous degree, such as Figaro shutting the window, Geppetto looking around the room with a gun in his hand or Pinocchio's finger catching on a candle's fire.
* UncannyValley: Pinocchio's human form, if you're used to seeing him as a puppet.

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* {{Padding}}: The movie uses every single opportunity to delay our characters getting out of Geppetto's worshop and any action on their part will be prolonged to a ridiculous degree, such as Figaro shutting opening the window, Geppetto looking around the room with a gun in his hand hand, or Pinocchio's finger catching on a candle's fire.
* UncannyValley: Pinocchio's human form, if you're used to seeing him as a puppet. This is largely due to his eyes being noticeably smaller as a human than as a puppet.



** Pinocchio. The poor kid's naivety leads him to some really awful situations.

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** Pinocchio. The poor kid's naivety naïveté leads him to some really awful situations.
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