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* The 2014 film gives [[TheDitz Jack]] one, where he is the one to [[GeniusDitz suggest the corn hair]] instead of the Old Man to make the potion work. And it DOES.
* The Baker's Wife is essentially this, with her EstablishingCharacterMoment in the prologue. She is automatically ready to go into the woods to collect the ingredients with her husband, insisting that "we must lift the spell together," as opposed to the Baker believing the curse can only be lifted by him.


* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick, a well-known DeadpanSnarker, was that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.


* ''The Last Midnight'', which is all basically the Witch giving one big WhatTheHellHero to all the main characters. The best part? [[JerkassHasAPoint She's absolutely right.]]
** The film manages to amp the scene UpToEleven, particularly with the Witch's dramatic exit at the end. [[spoiler: She uses her regained powers to create a powerful windstorm (complete with lightning), and eventually, she sinks into the ground, leaving behind a large pool of black tar.]] It's one of the most visually-stunning numbers in the entire film.

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* ''The Last Midnight'', which is all basically the Witch giving one big WhatTheHellHero to all the main characters. The best part? [[JerkassHasAPoint She's absolutely right.]]
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** The film manages to amp the scene UpToEleven, particularly with the Witch's dramatic exit at the end. [[spoiler: She uses her regained powers to create a powerful windstorm (complete with lightning), and eventually, she sinks into the ground, leaving behind a large pool of black tar.]] tar]]. It's one of the most visually-stunning numbers in the entire film.


* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick, who is a well-known DeadpanSnarker, was that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.

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* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick, who is a well-known DeadpanSnarker, was that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.


* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick is that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.

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* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick Creator/AnnaKendrick, who is a well-known DeadpanSnarker, was that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.camera.
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* Jack's Mother standing up to the Giantess to defend her son. Unfortunately, it does not end well for her, but it was nonetheless awesome seeing her display such moxie. A true MamaBear moment if there ever was one.

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* Jack's Mother standing up to the Giantess to defend her son. Unfortunately, it does not end well for her, but it was nonetheless awesome seeing her display such moxie. A true MamaBear moment if there ever was one.one.
* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick is that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.


* Jack's Mother standing up to the Giantess to defend her son. Unfortunately, it does not end well for her, but it was nonetheless awesome seeing her display such moxie. A true MamaBear moment if there ever was one.
* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick is that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.

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* Jack's Mother standing up to the Giantess to defend her son. Unfortunately, it does not end well for her, but it was nonetheless awesome seeing her display such moxie. A true MamaBear moment if there ever was one.
* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick is that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.
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* Jack's Mother standing up to the Giantess to defend her son. Unfortunately, it does not end well for her, but it was nonetheless awesome seeing her display such moxie. A true MamaBear moment if there ever was one.

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* Jack's Mother standing up to the Giantess to defend her son. Unfortunately, it does not end well for her, but it was nonetheless awesome seeing her display such moxie. A true MamaBear moment if there ever was one.one.
* A meta-example with the film version of Cinderella [[SpeaksFluentAnimal talking to a flock of birds]]. Creator/AnnaKendrick is that committed to her role, not once rolling her eyes or winking to the camera.


** The film manages to amp the scene UpToEleven, particularly with the Witch's dramatic exit at the end. She uses her regained powers to create a powerful windstorm (complete with lightning), and eventually, she sinks into the ground, leaving behind a large pool of black tar. It's one of the most visually-stunning numbers in the entire film.

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** The film manages to amp the scene UpToEleven, particularly with the Witch's dramatic exit at the end. [[spoiler: She uses her regained powers to create a powerful windstorm (complete with lightning), and eventually, she sinks into the ground, leaving behind a large pool of black tar. tar.]] It's one of the most visually-stunning numbers in the entire film.

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** The film manages to amp the scene UpToEleven, particularly with the Witch's dramatic exit at the end. She uses her regained powers to create a powerful windstorm (complete with lightning), and eventually, she sinks into the ground, leaving behind a large pool of black tar. It's one of the most visually-stunning numbers in the entire film.


* Cinderella telling her so-called "[[PrinceCharmless Prince Charming]]" where to shove it upon finding out about his unfaithfulness, and dumping him. That part shows the audience that she's definitely toughened up from the ExtremeDoormat she was in the original tale.

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* Cinderella telling her so-called "[[PrinceCharmless Prince Charming]]" where to shove it upon finding out about his unfaithfulness, and dumping him. That part shows the audience that she's definitely toughened up from the ExtremeDoormat she was in the original tale.tale.
* Jack's Mother standing up to the Giantess to defend her son. Unfortunately, it does not end well for her, but it was nonetheless awesome seeing her display such moxie. A true MamaBear moment if there ever was one.

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