History YMMV / TheLangoliers

6th Sep '16 5:52:12 PM Kalaong
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*** Ehhh, [[Literature/{{Millennium}} something like this]] happened once before, and they just hid/destroyed all the evidence, made all the witnesses shut up, then went on with their lives.
20th May '16 5:38:03 PM StClair
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** Can you ''imagine'' what the FAA/NTSB report on this is going to look like? A plane vanishes from radar in the middle of the night and turns up back at the airport it started from, completely empty (except for luggage and personal effects - some of them ''very'' personal); and the six surviving passengers, who deplaned without being seen by anyone, tell a completely unbelievable story.

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** Can you ''imagine'' what the FAA/NTSB report on this is going to look like? A plane vanishes from radar in the middle of the night and turns up back at the airport it started from, completely empty (except for luggage and personal effects - some of them ''very'' personal); and the six few surviving passengers, who deplaned without being seen by anyone, tell a completely unbelievable story.
20th May '16 5:20:41 PM StClair
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** Can you ''imagine'' what the FAA/NTSB report on this is going to look like? A plane vanishes from radar in the middle of the night, over the middle of the country, and turns up back at the airport it started from, completely empty (except for luggage and personal effects - some of them ''very'' personal); and the six surviving passengers, who deplaned without being seen by anyone, tell a completely unbelievable story.

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** Can you ''imagine'' what the FAA/NTSB report on this is going to look like? A plane vanishes from radar in the middle of the night, over the middle of the country, night and turns up back at the airport it started from, completely empty (except for luggage and personal effects - some of them ''very'' personal); and the six surviving passengers, who deplaned without being seen by anyone, tell a completely unbelievable story.
20th May '16 5:17:44 PM StClair
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** And of course if the Langoliers eat each world, but they don't eat the whole thing at once, where do they start every time that Bangor is further down we way?

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*** Basically, there are lots of people who call themselves "Christians." Some are in it for the message of love, forgiveness and charity, others more for the "eternal punishment for everyone who is Bad."
** And of course if If the Langoliers eat each world, but they don't eat the whole thing at once, where do they start every time that Bangor is further down we the way?
20th May '16 5:14:02 PM StClair
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** Can you ''imagine'' what the FAA/NTSB report on this is going to look like? A plane vanishes from radar in the middle of the night, over the middle of the country, and turns up back at the airport it started from, completely empty (except for luggage and personal effects - some of them ''very'' personal); and the six surviving passengers, who deplaned without being seen by anyone, tell a completely unbelievable story.



** Duirng that scene, when the camera cuts to one of the women on board trying to comfort Dinah, you can see Craig making funny hand movements.

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** Duirng During that scene, when the camera cuts to one of the women on board trying to comfort Dinah, you can see Craig making funny hand movements.



** There is no other term that can possibly describe the presentation of the Langoliers in the mini-series. Even factoring in the novella's explanation (the Langoliers were only a form they were comfortable with: they saw incomprehensible shapes almost like machinery until they thought of the motion of bouncing balls, at which point that's what was there), the visual end result looks utterly ridiculous, and boasts rather low-budget CGI to boot.

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** There is no other term that can possibly describe the presentation of the Langoliers in the mini-series. Even factoring in the novella's explanation (the Langoliers were only a form they were comfortable with: AFormYouAreComfortableWith: they saw incomprehensible shapes almost like machinery until they thought of the motion of bouncing balls, at which point that's what was there), the visual end result looks utterly ridiculous, and boasts rather low-budget CGI to boot.
3rd Feb '16 6:39:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Kate Maberly (Dinah) would go on to play Glumdalclitch in the ''Gulliver's Travels'' miniseries and Wendy in ''FindingNeverland''. She also appeared as Mary Lennox in the 1993 film adaptation of ''TheSecretGarden''.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Kate Maberly (Dinah) would go on to play Glumdalclitch in the ''Gulliver's Travels'' miniseries and Wendy in ''FindingNeverland''. ''Film/FindingNeverland''. She also appeared as Mary Lennox in the 1993 film adaptation of ''TheSecretGarden''.''Film/TheSecretGarden''.
23rd Jan '16 9:52:06 AM nombretomado
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* HilariousInHindsight: At one point, the mystery writer attempts to explain how time travel works and why it would be impossible to change or stop events, using the JFK assassination as an example. Years later, StephenKing writes ''11/22/63,'' a novel about a time traveler attempting to do just that.

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* HilariousInHindsight: At one point, the mystery writer attempts to explain how time travel works and why it would be impossible to change or stop events, using the JFK assassination as an example. Years later, StephenKing Creator/StephenKing writes ''11/22/63,'' a novel about a time traveler attempting to do just that.
16th Dec '15 1:18:28 AM SventheCrusader
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** The phrase 'tough love' is frequently used to justify examples of malicious child abuse, and the tough love concept is pretty much the kernel of Christian belief. Toomy's dad is just not bothering to sugarcoat what he's doing. He definitely seems like he could be an [[GodIsEvil Old Testament]] kind of guy.
*** no it's not, It's really more of a "Nobody's perfect" concept.
** Demanding that his son take rigorous Sunday-school lessons as a young child might have seemed to Toomy's father like a logical precursor to making him study extra-hard in school.

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** *** The phrase 'tough love' is frequently used to justify examples of malicious child abuse, and the tough love concept is pretty much the kernel of Christian belief. Toomy's dad is just not bothering to sugarcoat what he's doing. He definitely seems like he could be an [[GodIsEvil Old Testament]] kind of guy.
*** no it's not, It's really more of a "Nobody's perfect" concept.
** Demanding
Also, demanding that his son take rigorous Sunday-school lessons as a young child might have seemed to Toomy's father like a logical precursor to making him study extra-hard in school.
18th Nov '15 6:49:58 PM Blackjack254
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*** no it's not, It's really more of a "Nobody's perfect" concept.
9th Nov '15 4:43:23 PM olioster
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Kate Maberly (Dinah) would go on to play Glumdalclitch in the ''Gulliver's Travels'' miniseries and Wendy in ''FindingNeverland''.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Kate Maberly (Dinah) would go on to play Glumdalclitch in the ''Gulliver's Travels'' miniseries and Wendy in ''FindingNeverland''. She also appeared as Mary Lennox in the 1993 film adaptation of ''TheSecretGarden''.
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