History YMMV / VanillaSky

24th Aug '16 10:06:07 AM JamesAustin
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The ending is set to an early version of Sigur Ros's "Untitled 4/Njósnavélin". It also features Music/{{Radiohead}}, Music/PaulMcCartney, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfV-YzMfvns&feature=related this special]] {{Leitmotif}} by Nancy Wilson, and Music/JeffBuckley's LyricalDissonance "Last Goodbye" fits perfectly for the part in which it's being played.



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The ending is set to an early version of Sigur Ros's "Untitled 4/Njósnavélin". It also features Music/{{Radiohead}}, PaulMcCartney and Music/JeffBuckley's LyricalDissonance "last goodbye" fits perfectly for it's part being played.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfV-YzMfvns&feature=related This]] {{Leitmotif}} by Nancy Wilson.



** Also MemeticMutation



* ScifiGhetto: Is it a romance involving dreams? Is it Scifi?

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* ScifiGhetto: SciFiGhetto: Is it a romance involving dreams? Is it Scifi?Sci-Fi?



* TheWoobie: David after his accident, with shades of JerkassWoobie (particularly in the nightclub scene).
** [[InsistentTerminology The word is "collision,"]] [[Film/HotFuzz as "accident" implies there's nobody to blame.]]

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* TheWoobie: David after his accident, car crash, with shades of JerkassWoobie (particularly in the nightclub scene).
** [[InsistentTerminology The word is "collision,"]] [[Film/HotFuzz as "accident" implies there's nobody to blame.]]
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18th Feb '16 3:17:34 AM Folamh3
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* HarsherInHindsight: As with many films set in New York before 9/11, it depicts the Twin Towers standing. The end of the film has David [[spoiler: hurling himself off the top of a New York skyscraper]], which took on a darker resonance after many people in the Twin Towers did the same thing.
17th Feb '16 1:59:02 PM Folamh3
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* TheWoobie: David after his accident.

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* TheWoobie: David after his accident.accident, with shades of JerkassWoobie (particularly in the nightclub scene).
17th Feb '16 1:57:52 PM Folamh3
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The ending is set to an early version of Sigur Ros's "Untitled 4/Njósnavélin". It also plays Radiohead, PtaulMcCartney and Jeff Buckleys lyrical dissonance "last goodbye" fits perfectly for it's part being played.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The ending is set to an early version of Sigur Ros's "Untitled 4/Njósnavélin". It also plays Radiohead, PtaulMcCartney features Music/{{Radiohead}}, PaulMcCartney and Jeff Buckleys lyrical dissonance Music/JeffBuckley's LyricalDissonance "last goodbye" fits perfectly for it's part being played.
14th Nov '15 11:55:02 PM nombretomado
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* RewatchBonus: Stacks and stacks of {{Foreshadowing}}, among other things. RogerEbert even went so far as to admonish prospective viewers not to try to analyse the film until after they'd seen it twice.

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* RewatchBonus: Stacks and stacks of {{Foreshadowing}}, among other things. RogerEbert Creator/RogerEbert even went so far as to admonish prospective viewers not to try to analyse the film until after they'd seen it twice.
7th Sep '15 5:28:11 AM shatterstar
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: While the film is ambiguous about how much sympathy Julianna deserves, the fact that she genuinely loves David to the point of killing herself earned her ''a lot'' of sympathy from the audience, as well as the fact some people thought that Sofia isn't really particularly interesting. This couples with the fact that Julianna isn't really an obsessive stalker like her original counterpart Nuria (all of the stalker-ish actions is done by her dream form), ''and'' she is portrayed by ''Cameron Diaz'', who has much more acting experience than Nuria's actress Najwa Nimri and Sofia's actress Penelope Cruz as well as arguably outshines Cruz, and you might have a clear picture while Julianna ended up being the one the audience root for.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: While the film is ambiguous about how much sympathy Julianna deserves, the fact that she genuinely loves David to the point of killing herself earned her ''a lot'' of sympathy from the audience, as well as the fact some people thought that Sofia isn't really particularly interesting. This couples with the fact that Julianna isn't really an obsessive stalker like her original counterpart Nuria (all of the stalker-ish actions is done by her dream form), ''and'' she is portrayed by ''Cameron Diaz'', who has much more acting experience than Nuria's actress Najwa Nimri and Sofia's actress Penelope Cruz as well as arguably outshines Cruz, and you might have a clear picture while why Julianna ended up being the one the audience root for.
5th Sep '15 1:03:51 PM shatterstar
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: While the film is ambiguous about how much sympathy Julianna deserves, the fact that she genuinely loves David to the point of killing herself earned her ''a lot'' of sympathy from the audience, as well as the fact some people thought that Sofia isn't really particularly interesting. This couples with the fact that Julianna isn't really an obsessive stalker like her original counterpart Nuria, ''and'' she is portrayed by ''Cameron Diaz'', who has much more acting experience than Nuria's actress Najwa Nimri and Sofia's actress Penelope Cruz as well as arguably outshines Cruz, and you might have a clear picture while Julianna ended up being the one the audience root for.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: While the film is ambiguous about how much sympathy Julianna deserves, the fact that she genuinely loves David to the point of killing herself earned her ''a lot'' of sympathy from the audience, as well as the fact some people thought that Sofia isn't really particularly interesting. This couples with the fact that Julianna isn't really an obsessive stalker like her original counterpart Nuria, Nuria (all of the stalker-ish actions is done by her dream form), ''and'' she is portrayed by ''Cameron Diaz'', who has much more acting experience than Nuria's actress Najwa Nimri and Sofia's actress Penelope Cruz as well as arguably outshines Cruz, and you might have a clear picture while Julianna ended up being the one the audience root for.
5th Sep '15 1:01:30 PM shatterstar
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: While the film is ambiguous about how much sympathy Julianna deserves, the fact that she genuinely loves David to the point of killing herself earned her ''a lot'' of sympathy from the audience, as well as the fact some people thought that Sofia isn't really particularly interesting. This couples with the fact that Julianna isn't really an obsessive stalker like her original counterpart Nuria, ''and'' she is portrayed perfectly by ''Cameron Diaz'', who has much more acting experience than Nuria's actress Najwa Nimri and Sofia's actress Penelope Cruz, and you might have a clear picture while Julianna ended up being the one the audience root for.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: While the film is ambiguous about how much sympathy Julianna deserves, the fact that she genuinely loves David to the point of killing herself earned her ''a lot'' of sympathy from the audience, as well as the fact some people thought that Sofia isn't really particularly interesting. This couples with the fact that Julianna isn't really an obsessive stalker like her original counterpart Nuria, ''and'' she is portrayed perfectly by ''Cameron Diaz'', who has much more acting experience than Nuria's actress Najwa Nimri and Sofia's actress Penelope Cruz as well as arguably outshines Cruz, and you might have a clear picture while Julianna ended up being the one the audience root for.
5th Sep '15 12:59:36 PM shatterstar
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The ending is set to an early version of Sigur Ros's "Untitled 4/Njósnavélin". It also plays Radiohead, PaulMcCartney and Jeff Buckleys lyrical dissonance "last goodbye" fits perfectly for it's part being played.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The ending is set to an early version of Sigur Ros's "Untitled 4/Njósnavélin". It also plays Radiohead, PaulMcCartney PtaulMcCartney and Jeff Buckleys lyrical dissonance "last goodbye" fits perfectly for it's part being played.


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* UnintentionallySympathetic: While the film is ambiguous about how much sympathy Julianna deserves, the fact that she genuinely loves David to the point of killing herself earned her ''a lot'' of sympathy from the audience, as well as the fact some people thought that Sofia isn't really particularly interesting. This couples with the fact that Julianna isn't really an obsessive stalker like her original counterpart Nuria, ''and'' she is portrayed perfectly by ''Cameron Diaz'', who has much more acting experience than Nuria's actress Najwa Nimri and Sofia's actress Penelope Cruz, and you might have a clear picture while Julianna ended up being the one the audience root for.
19th Apr '15 3:02:06 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[InsistentTerminology The word is "collision,"]] [[HotFuzz as "accident" implies there's nobody to blame.]]

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** [[InsistentTerminology The word is "collision,"]] [[HotFuzz [[Film/HotFuzz as "accident" implies there's nobody to blame.]]
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