History YMMV / TheSimpsonsMovie

21st Sep '16 11:27:35 AM 64SuperNintendo
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** In the short scene with Creator/TomHanks he comments that "the government has run out of credibility and is borrowing some of mine". [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2112325/Barack-Obama-documentary-narrated-Tom-Hanks-highlights-presidents-achievements.html?ito=feeds-newsxml He's the narrator of an Obama campaign video.]]

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** In the short scene with Creator/TomHanks Creator/TomHanks, he comments that "the government has run out of credibility and is borrowing some of mine". [[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2112325/Barack-Obama-documentary-narrated-Tom-Hanks-highlights-presidents-achievements.html?ito=feeds-newsxml He's the narrator of an Obama campaign video.]]
19th Aug '16 11:41:13 AM MrDeath
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* FridgeBrilliance: The blockade around the lake is supposedly idiot-proof, and yet Homer can circumvent it (well, smash it anyway). But that's the thing: as shown by the episode "HomR", Homer isn't an idiot, at least not a natural one.
19th Aug '16 11:38:08 AM MrDeath
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** Cargill's explanation for him going mad with power seems strongly related to real-life people abusing power to make others listen to their beliefs.



* StrawmanHasAPoint: Cargill's "mad with power" speech may seem crazy and unrealistic, but he's more or less completely right, as people will be more likely to listen to those in charge and have power over those who don't, regardless if either are crazy or not.
19th Aug '16 11:10:45 AM vh1660924
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** Cargill's explanation for him going mad with power seems strongly related to real-life people abused power to make others listen to their beliefs.

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** Cargill's explanation for him going mad with power seems strongly related to real-life people abused abusing power to make others listen to their beliefs.
19th Aug '16 11:10:28 AM vh1660924
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** Cargill's explanation for him going mad with power seems strongly related to real-life people abused power to make others listen to their beliefs.


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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Cargill's "mad with power" speech may seem crazy and unrealistic, but he's more or less completely right, as people will be more likely to listen to those in charge and have power over those who don't, regardless if either are crazy or not.
18th Aug '16 9:54:12 PM Mister6
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* FridgeBrilliance: The blockade around the lake is suppusedly idiot proof and yet homer can circumvent it (well smash it anyway) but thats the thing as shown by {{HomR}} homer isnt an idiot, atleat not a natural one

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* FridgeBrilliance: The blockade around the lake is suppusedly idiot proof supposedly idiot-proof, and yet homer Homer can circumvent it (well (well, smash it anyway) but thats anyway). But that's the thing thing: as shown by {{HomR}} homer isnt the episode "HomR", Homer isn't an idiot, atleat at least not a natural oneone.
8th Aug '16 10:57:48 PM jedimaster1701
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* FridgeBrilliance: The blockade around the lake is suppusedly idiot proof and yet homer can circumvent it (well smash it anyway) but thats the thing as shown by {{HomR}} homer isnt an idiot, atleat not a natural one
7th Aug '16 6:37:38 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: Spider-Pig. Either a hilarious EnsembleDarkhorse or a ForcedMeme that got annoying after being featured [[TrailerJokeDecay in every single promotion for the movie.]]

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: Spider-Pig. Either a hilarious EnsembleDarkhorse or a ForcedMeme that got annoying after being featured [[TrailerJokeDecay in every single promotion for the movie.]]
31st Jul '16 2:40:36 PM nombretomado
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** Comic Book Guy's guess as to what EPA means is that it might be the sound effect Franchise/GreenLantern makes when Sinestro threw him into a vat of acid. Sure enough, DCComics used this sound effect in an issue of Green Lantern's ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar arc, but there were no vats of acid involved.

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** Comic Book Guy's guess as to what EPA means is that it might be the sound effect Franchise/GreenLantern makes when Sinestro threw him into a vat of acid. Sure enough, DCComics Creator/DCComics used this sound effect in an issue of Green Lantern's ComicBook/SinestroCorpsWar arc, but there were no vats of acid involved.
25th May '16 7:45:05 AM Shadowgazer
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* InformedWrongness: Homer not wanting to go back and save Springfield is treated as him being his usual stubborn selfish self... except that he had every right of being wary of ever going near that place again because the townsfolk tried to kill not just him, but his entire family including his ''infant daughter'' to boot. They didn't exactly come off as worth the help. Though it should also be noted that Homer himself was the reason the townsfolk had tried to kill them, and they openly declared that they only wanted Homer.

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* InformedWrongness: Homer not wanting to go back and save Springfield is treated as him being his usual stubborn selfish self... except that he had every right of being wary of ever going near that place again because the townsfolk tried to kill not just him, but his entire family including his ''infant daughter'' to boot. They didn't exactly come off as worth the help. Though it should also be noted that Homer himself was the reason the townsfolk had tried to kill them, and they openly declared that they only wanted Homer.Homer...at least at first before they decided to kill his family as well.



* MoralEventHorizon: Cargill crosses a line when he [[spoiler: plans to blow up Springfield with a small nuke.]] The kicker is that this plan would [[spoiler: kill off thousands of (mostly) innocent people, including ''children''.]] And he knows this, and doesn't give a damn about the consequences.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Cargill crosses a line when he [[spoiler: plans to blow up Springfield with a small nuke.]] The kicker is that this plan would [[spoiler: kill off thousands of (mostly) supposedly (supposedly is a key word considering Springfield) innocent people, including ''children''.]] And he knows this, and doesn't give a damn about the consequences.
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