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While it doesn't exactly fit the definition of the trope, a definitely non-YMMV version occurs after Hazard activates the other Commandos. He gives a speech that is literally composed entirely of cliched famous quotations.
Foe Yay: The Gwendy Dolls much like the commandoes their lines are more or less the Valley Girl Cliche, but when attacking Alan or Christy's boyfriend Brad their lines sound more or less like pickup lines that borderline on this.
Uncanny Valley: Definitely the Gwendy dolls after they've been "drafted" into the Commando Elite's service.
What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: Surprisingly dark and violent for a kids' movie. Maybe it wasn't supposed to be, but tell that to the people who marketed the film and made the toy line.
Dante was told to make the movie more kid-friendly far too late into production to remove all the darker stuff.
What Do You Mean, It's Not Political?: The villains are violent toys that resemble American soldiers, and are hunting down far more peaceful ones. Suffice to say, some critics were suspicious of the director's motives.