History YMMV / SevenPounds

22nd Dec '16 8:34:22 AM Pamina
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* EsotericHappyEnding: [[spoiler: The film attempting to portray Thomas' sacrifice by killing suicide so that he donates everything he has to people in need as a happy ending.]]

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* EsotericHappyEnding: [[spoiler: The film attempting to portray Thomas' sacrifice by killing committing suicide so that he donates everything he has to people in need as a happy ending.]]
17th Dec '16 3:59:49 PM ScarletNebula
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* {{Narm}}: The ridiculous use of music in this movie, especially in the suicide scene itself which includes the over dramatic
score.

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* {{Narm}}: The ridiculous use of music in this movie, especially in the suicide scene itself which includes the over dramatic
dramatic score.
17th Dec '16 3:59:35 PM ScarletNebula
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* Narm: The ridiculous use of music in this movie, especially in the suicide scene itself which includes the over dramatic

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* Narm: {{Narm}}: The ridiculous use of music in this movie, especially in the suicide scene itself which includes the over dramatic
17th Dec '16 3:58:51 PM ScarletNebula
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score

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17th Dec '16 3:58:43 PM ScarletNebula
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* Narm: The ridiculous use of music in this movie, especially the suicide scene itself.

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* Narm: The ridiculous use of music in this movie, especially in the suicide scene itself. itself which includes the over dramatic
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17th Dec '16 3:57:37 PM ScarletNebula
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* Narm: The ridiculous use of music in this movie, especially the suicide scene itself.
13th Jul '16 8:33:33 PM TheDogSage
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* BerserkButton: For some viewers, the protaganist's {{plan}}, and the implied Aesop that comes with it were this, especially amongst viewers who [[spoiler:knew someone who killed themselves.]]

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* BerserkButton: For some viewers, the protaganist's {{plan}}, and the implied Aesop that comes with it were this, especially amongst viewers who [[spoiler:knew someone who killed themselves. The movie seriously pissed off [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] for this very reason.]]
23rd Jan '16 2:33:16 AM Silverblade2
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* AccidentalAesop:
** It's most likely unintentional, but the cause of [[spoiler:the car crash]] was [[spoiler:Tim]] checking his cell phone while driving. Talk about an unfair consequence.
** As long as you donate your organs, suicide is A-OK.
** If you've experienced a serious, personal tragedy, don't try to deal with it or seek psychological help, just donate your organs and kill yourself.

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* AccidentalAesop:
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AccidentalAesop: It's most likely unintentional, but the cause of [[spoiler:the car crash]] was [[spoiler:Tim]] checking his cell phone while driving. Talk about an unfair consequence.
** As long as you donate your organs, suicide is A-OK.
** If you've experienced a serious, personal tragedy, don't try to deal with it or seek psychological help, just donate your organs and kill yourself.
consequence.
28th May '15 3:57:34 PM Fireblood
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* BerserkButton: For some viewers, the protaganist's {{plan}}, and the implied Aesop that comes with it were this, especially amongst viewers who [[spoiler:knew someone who had committed suicide.]]

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* BerserkButton: For some viewers, the protaganist's {{plan}}, and the implied Aesop that comes with it were this, especially amongst viewers who [[spoiler:knew someone who had committed suicide.killed themselves.]]



** Also, there's Thomas having sex with a woman with heart failure. [[OutWithABang Clearly that could not have ended well.]]
* DesignatedHero: Thomas' actions seem very stalkerish, bizarre, and just plain unsettling throughout the course of the movie. [[spoiler:Not to mention that he committed two felonies and in the end commits suicide.]]
* EsotericHappyEnding: [[spoiler: The film attempting to portray Thomas' sacrifice by committing suicide so that he donates everything he has to people in need as a happy ending.]]

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** Also, there's Thomas having sex with a woman with heart failure. [[OutWithABang Clearly that could not have ended well.badly.]]
* DesignatedHero: Thomas' actions seem very stalkerish, bizarre, and just plain unsettling throughout the course of the movie. [[spoiler:Not to mention that he committed two felonies and in the end commits suicide.killed himself.]]
* EsotericHappyEnding: [[spoiler: The film attempting to portray Thomas' sacrifice by committing killing suicide so that he donates everything he has to people in need as a happy ending.]]



* FridgeHorror: One of the people Thomas helps is a poor woman who has been suffering mistreatment at the hands of her abusive partner, he helps her by giving his fancy house next to the beach to her and her children to live in it. [[DidntThinkThisThrough Thinking it a little bit through]], he just left a big and expensive house to a person who's very likely she doesn't have the means to maintain it; worse, this woman already has a history of breaking up and returning with her abusive partner. Chances are this isn't going to end well.

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* FridgeHorror: One of the people Thomas helps is a poor woman who has been suffering mistreatment at the hands of her abusive partner, partner; he helps her by giving his fancy house next to the beach to her and her children to live in it. [[DidntThinkThisThrough Thinking it a little bit through]], he just left a big and expensive house to a person who's who very likely she doesn't have the means to maintain it; worse, this woman already has a history of breaking up and returning with her abusive partner. Chances are this isn't going to end well.
25th May '15 8:38:24 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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* CriticalDissonance: In contrast of the negative critical reception, this film holds a 7.7/10 from over 200,000 votes on IMDb, putting it firmly in the [[http://www.imdb.com/search/title?groups=top_1000&sort=user_rating,desc Top 1000 list]].

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* CriticalDissonance: In contrast of the negative critical reception, this film holds a 7.7/10 from over 200,000 votes on IMDb, Website/IMDb, putting it firmly in the [[http://www.imdb.com/search/title?groups=top_1000&sort=user_rating,desc Top 1000 list]].
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