History YMMV / TheThirteenthWarrior

30th Aug '17 5:50:34 PM lorgskyegon
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ShrugOfGod: Michael Crichton annotated the original book with scholarly references (as he did with many of his books), but not all of them were real. He also admitted that he didn't remember which ones were real or not and sometimes spent hours chasing down information that he actually made up.


Added DiffLines:

* ShrugOfGod: Michael Crichton annotated the original book with scholarly references (as he did with many of his books), but not all of them were real. He also admitted that he didn't remember which ones were real or not and sometimes spent hours chasing down information that he actually made up.
30th Aug '17 5:50:08 PM lorgskyegon
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ShrugOfGod: Michael Crichton annotated the original book with scholarly references (as he did with many of his books), but not all of them were real. He also admitted that he didn't remember which ones were real or not and sometimes spent hours chasing down information that he actually made up.
14th Jul '17 3:42:54 PM LittleBuster
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: The Hispanic Creator/AntonioBanderas, who is known for his roles as hot Mexican guys, plays an intelligent medieval Arab? Well, he is so awesome in this role that almost no one doubted his "Arab" background.

to:

* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: The Hispanic Creator/AntonioBanderas, who is known for his roles as hot Mexican guys, plays an intelligent medieval Arab? Well, he is so awesome in this role that almost no one doubted his "Arab" background.
14th Jul '17 3:41:08 PM LittleBuster
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: The Hispanic Creator/AntonioBanderas, who is known for his roles as hot Mexican guys, plays an intelligent medieval Arab? Well, he is so awesome in this role that almost no one doubted his "Arab" background.
14th Jul '17 3:31:53 PM LittleBuster
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* MemeticMutation: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oVzfzuts3o&hd=1 The dying vise]] as SignatureScene. She is even included as an intro in the songs of several Pagan-metal bands.
* MisaimedFandom: The fact that the film is very famous for its respectful attitude to Arab culture and has an Arab as a protagonist does not prevent it from being very popular among neo-pagans and people who are negative about Islam and multiculturalism.
14th Jul '17 1:31:42 PM Jan_z_Michal
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: This film is very popular in Russia, especially among historical reconstructors and supporters of right-wing views, because the "northerners" in the film can be interpreted as Varangians and the film's events as if taking place in the territory of the future Kievan Rus. Moreover, the real Ahmad ibn Fadlan, on which the Banderos's character is based, is also known as one of the first authors to describe the life of the early Slavs, which makes the attitude to the film even more positive.

to:

* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: This film is very popular in Russia, especially among historical reconstructors and supporters of right-wing views, because the "northerners" in the film can be interpreted as Varangians and the film's events as if taking place in the territory of the future Kievan Rus. Moreover, the real Ahmad ibn Fadlan, on which the Banderos's Banderas' character is based, is also known as one of the first authors to describe the life of the early Slavs, which makes the attitude to the film even more positive.
14th Jul '17 1:30:46 PM Jan_z_Michal
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: This film is very popular in Russia, especially among historical reconstructors and supporters of right-wing views, because the "northerners" in the film can be interpreted as Varangians and the film's events take place in the territory of the future Kievan Rus. Moreover, Ahmad ibn Fadlan, on which the Banderos's character is based, is also known as one of the first authors to describe the life of the early Slavs, which makes the attitude to the film even more positive.

to:

* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: This film is very popular in Russia, especially among historical reconstructors and supporters of right-wing views, because the "northerners" in the film can be interpreted as Varangians and the film's events take as if taking place in the territory of the future Kievan Rus. Moreover, the real Ahmad ibn Fadlan, on which the Banderos's character is based, is also known as one of the first authors to describe the life of the early Slavs, which makes the attitude to the film even more positive.
14th Jul '17 12:43:15 PM LittleBuster
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: This film is very popular in Russia, especially among historical reconstructors and supporters of right-wing views, because the "northerners" in the film can be interpreted as Varangians and the film's events take place in the territory of the future Kievan Rus. Moreover, Ahmad ibn Fadlan, on which the Banderos's character is based, is also known as one of the first people to describe the life of the early Slavs, which makes the attitude to the film even more positive.

to:

* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: This film is very popular in Russia, especially among historical reconstructors and supporters of right-wing views, because the "northerners" in the film can be interpreted as Varangians and the film's events take place in the territory of the future Kievan Rus. Moreover, Ahmad ibn Fadlan, on which the Banderos's character is based, is also known as one of the first people authors to describe the life of the early Slavs, which makes the attitude to the film even more positive.
14th Jul '17 12:41:54 PM LittleBuster
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: This film is very popular in Russia, especially among historical reconstructors and supporters of right-wing views, because the "northerners" in the film can be interpreted as Varangians and the film's events take place in the territory of the future Kievan Rus. Moreover, Ahmad ibn Fadlan, on which the Banderos's character is based, is also known as one of the first people to describe the life of the early Slavs, which makes the attitude to the film even more positive.
27th May '17 2:17:07 PM omnicritic
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Given they've spend ''three years'' on constant fights over the production of the movie and Crichton eventually enforced a massive recut of the third act, it's very much "versus".

to:

** Given they've spend they spent ''three years'' on constant fights over the production of the movie and Crichton eventually enforced a massive recut of the third act, it's very much "versus".
This list shows the last 10 events of 30. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=YMMV.TheThirteenthWarrior