What's Happening

Troperville

Tools

collapse/expand topics back to WesternAnimation/Paperman

 

jtraveller
topic
08:36:46 PM Feb 2nd 2013
Magic Planes...

the moment when the planes make a conga-line behind George, it sort of broke the mood for many (yeah, me among them) it sort of felt like the "magic" was an unecessary third-wheel. is there a trope for that? is this the right place for that question?
JRPictures
08:55:00 PM Feb 2nd 2013
I don't know the trope for that. If it exists either I don't know.

It didn't break the mood for me. It felt like classic Disney magic at it's best.

And yeah this is the kinda place to ask about this.
jtraveller
10:12:30 PM Feb 2nd 2013
Could it be a Deus Ex Machina?
JRPictures
02:14:03 AM Feb 3rd 2013
Isn't a deus ex machina when something just comes out of nowhere to resolve the plot? Cause while the magic came almost out of nowhere the paper airplanes were features massively beforehand
jtraveller
08:18:09 PM Feb 3rd 2013
the magic as a Deus ex machina, indeed.
JRPictures
08:19:09 PM Feb 3rd 2013
I'd suggest bringing this up to more people than me before adding it.
back to WesternAnimation/Paperman

TV Tropes by TV Tropes Foundation, LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org.
Privacy Policy