History YMMV / ThePursuitOfHappyness

6th Mar '16 9:59:14 AM nombretomado
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* HilariousInHindsight: The CaptainAmerica doll is one of these when you find out that WillSmith was at one point the top choice to play him in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.
* TearJerker: Be prepared for the overwhelming urge to call your Daddy and tell him how much you love him.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica doll is one of these when you find out that WillSmith Creator/WillSmith was at one point the top choice to play him in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.
* TearJerker: Be prepared for the overwhelming urge to call your Daddy and tell him how much you love him.
15th Feb '15 6:22:34 PM MagBas
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* {{Glurge}}: A man, who is presented as moral, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].

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* {{Glurge}}: A man, who is presented as moral, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].did.
5th Apr '14 12:25:17 PM erforce
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* {{Alternative Character Interpretation}} - Is Gardner a righteous, determined and selfless father, or is he a selfish, childish man severely out of touch with reality?

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* {{Alternative Character Interpretation}} - AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Is Gardner a righteous, determined and selfless father, or is he a selfish, childish man severely out of touch with reality?



* {{Glurge}} - A man, who is presented as moral, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].
* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments
* HilariousInHindsight - The CaptainAmerica doll is one of these when you find out that WillSmith was at one point the top choice to play him in ''CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.
* TearJerker - Be prepared for the overwhelming urge to call your Daddy and tell him how much you love him.

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* {{Glurge}} - {{Glurge}}: A man, who is presented as moral, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].
* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments
* HilariousInHindsight -
HilariousInHindsight: The CaptainAmerica doll is one of these when you find out that WillSmith was at one point the top choice to play him in ''CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.
''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.
* TearJerker - TearJerker: Be prepared for the overwhelming urge to call your Daddy and tell him how much you love him.
6th Mar '14 9:55:18 AM Eegah
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** Complicated further by the real Gardner not being nearly as much of a standup guy as the film portrays.
16th Mar '13 3:09:07 AM AidanMclaren
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* {{Glurge}} - A man, who is presented as moral, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].

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* {{Glurge}} - A man, who is presented as moral, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].
2nd Mar '13 3:29:12 PM AidanMclaren
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* {{Glurge}} - A man, who is presented as a moral man, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].

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* {{Glurge}} - A man, who is presented as a moral man, moral, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].
2nd Mar '13 3:28:53 PM AidanMclaren
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* {{Glurge}}

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* {{Glurge}}{{Glurge}} - A man, who is presented as a moral man, sees happiness in making money as a stock broker, studies at it with a high potential chance of failure for no money, and is willing to sacrifice his own son's well-being in order to do so. Also, because of this, it comes across as capitalist propaganda justifying the the wealth gaps between rich and poor. If you're poor, [[UnfortunateImplications it's because you didn't work as hard as Gardner did]].
25th Feb '13 3:37:28 PM AidanMclaren
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* {{Glurge}}
31st Dec '12 4:34:42 PM gameragodzilla
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* {{Glurge}} - Gardner is treated as an awesome father who is doing all this unpaid work and study in order for his son to have a better life, despite making his son go through things like sleeping in a subway bathroom in order to pursue his dreams that he had a high chance of failing.
27th Oct '12 10:22:19 AM AidanMclaren
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* {{Glurge}} - Gardner is treated as an awesome father who is doing all this unpaid work and study in order for his son to have a better life, instead of a self-centred childish man making his son go through sleeping in a subway bathroom to in order to pursue his dreams that he had a high chance of failing.

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* {{Glurge}} - Gardner is treated as an awesome father who is doing all this unpaid work and study in order for his son to have a better life, instead of a self-centred childish man despite making his son go through things like sleeping in a subway bathroom to in order to pursue his dreams that he had a high chance of failing.
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