History YMMV / TheOtherBoleynGirl

18th Aug '16 2:32:12 AM fearlessnikki
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* DuelingStarsMovie: Portman vs. Johansson
* HilariousInHindsight: Eric Bana had already played Bruce Banner in ''Film/{{Hulk}}'' before this film with Scarlett and Natalie going on to play the Black Widow and Jane Foster in ''Film/IronMan2'' and ''Film/{{Thor}}''.

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* DuelingStarsMovie: Portman vs. Johansson
Johansson.
* HilariousInHindsight: HateSink: Jane Parker is an unpleasant shrew who ends up getting George executed.
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Eric Bana had already played Bruce Banner in ''Film/{{Hulk}}'' before this film with Scarlett and Natalie going on to play the Black Widow and Jane Foster in ''Film/IronMan2'' and ''Film/{{Thor}}''.



* TearJerker: Anne's receiving of her guilty plea. She goes from looking imploringly at her uncle, to turning utterly paper white when he calmly agrees with the others and pronounces her guilty. It's especially heartbreaking when you remember he's responsible for getting her (and Mary and George) into the situation in the first place, all because of his ambition.

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* TearJerker: JerkassWoobie: Anne is a manipulative little schemer, and she screws over a lot of people to get what she wants. That being said, it's not hard to feel sorry for her as her entire life crashes around her.
* MoralEventHorizon: Henry finally has enough of Anne being TheTease and decides to rape her. This is how Elizabeth is conceived.
* TearJerker:
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Anne's receiving of her guilty plea. She goes from looking imploringly at her uncle, to turning utterly paper white when he calmly agrees with the others and pronounces her guilty. It's especially heartbreaking when you remember he's responsible for getting her (and Mary and George) into the situation in the first place, all because of his ambition.
24th Apr '16 6:43:02 PM TheBigBopper
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* DuelingStarsMovie: Portman vs. Johansson


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31st Mar '15 12:33:36 PM JDSVEN
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** For even more hilarity, along with Jane and Black Widow being in this movie with a former Hulk, you also have Benedict Cumberbatch and Andrew Garfield in here as William Carey and Francis Weston before they were cast as Dr. Strange and Spider-Man.
16th Apr '14 8:51:02 PM jewelia13
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* FridgeBrilliance: Sir Thomas Boleyn was played by Mark Rylance, who is famous for playing Lady Olivia in the Globe Original Practice ''Theatre/TwelfthNight'', Olivia intended to represent Queen Elizabeth I - so he plays his own grandfather...
7th Apr '14 5:58:08 AM erforce
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* HilariousInHindsight: Eric Bana had already played Bruce Banner in ''{{Hulk}}'' before this film with Scarlett and Natalie going on to play the Black Widow and Jane Foster in ''IronMan2'' and ''{{Thor}}''.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Eric Bana had already played Bruce Banner in ''{{Hulk}}'' ''Film/{{Hulk}}'' before this film with Scarlett and Natalie going on to play the Black Widow and Jane Foster in ''IronMan2'' ''Film/IronMan2'' and ''{{Thor}}''.''Film/{{Thor}}''.
18th Jan '14 1:13:38 PM lakingsif
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* FridgeBrilliance: Sir Thomas Boleyn was played by Mark Rylance, who is famous for playing Lady Olivia in the Globe Original Practice ''Theatre/TwelfthNight'', Olivia intended to represent Queen Elizabeth I - so he plays his own grandfather...
27th Dec '13 5:23:29 PM jewelia13
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** Mary taking her child and striding out of the castle, while everyone else gets the hell out of her way.

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** Mary taking her child Elizabeth and striding out of the castle, while everyone else gets the hell out of her way.
27th Dec '13 5:05:44 PM jewelia13
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** Mary taking her child and striding out of the castle, while everyone else gets the hell out of her way.


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** Anne and George's executions. George is decapitated roughly with an axe in front of a jeering crowd, while Anne has a brief HopeSpot that is cruelly destroyed (the King had told Mary that he wouldn't do anything to hurt a part of her, after she said Anne was like her other half - but then he wrote Mary a letter telling her never to come back to court, and that Anne would receive no mercy). Anne does her best to remain dignified, but ends up breaking down into tears as she removes her necklace with shaking hands.
** The fates of the Boleyn family: Sir Thomas Boleyn (Anne, Mary and George's father) died two years later in disgrace, The Duke of Norfolk was imprisoned and the next three generations of his family executed for treason (son, grandson and great-grandson), and Lady Boleyn died a year after her husband (and thus two years after Anne and George). Mary's ending is bittersweet, she lost her brother, her sister and her standing at court, but she got to live out the rest of her days with her children and husband, dying at the age of 44 (some ten years after Anne and George's execution).
27th Dec '13 4:47:13 PM jewelia13
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* TearJerker: Anne's receiving of her guilty plea. She goes from looking imploringly at her uncle, to turning utterly paper white when he calmly agrees with the others and pronounces her guilty. It's especially heartbreaking when you remember he's responsible for getting her (and Mary and George) into the situation in the first place, all because of his ambition.
27th Dec '13 4:43:42 PM jewelia13
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** [[MamaBear Lady Boleyn]] slapping her husband across the face (after she learns about Anne and George's imprisonment) and then chewing out the Duke of Norfolk counts too.
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