Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Film / Getaway

Go To



--> ''The Kid:'' Hey, watch where you're going, asshole!

to:

--> ''The Kid:'' '''The Kid:''' Hey, watch where you're going, asshole!

Added DiffLines:

* MagicalComputer: The Kid's iPad pulls off feats that would be outright impossible for a mobile device.


Not related to the 1972 crime drama ''Film/TheGetaway'', the 2002 VideoGame ''VideoGame/TheGetaway2002'' or the sequel to the pinball table ''Pinball/HighSpeed'' subtitled ''The Getaway''.

to:

Not related to the 1972 crime drama ''Film/TheGetaway'', the 2002 VideoGame ''VideoGame/TheGetaway2002'' ''VideoGame/TheGetaway1'' or the sequel to the pinball table ''Pinball/HighSpeed'' subtitled ''The Getaway''.




!!''Getaway'' contains examples of:

to:

\n!!''Getaway'' contains provides examples of:


Not related to the 1972 crime drama ''Film/TheGetaway'', the 2002 VideoGame ''VideoGame/TheGetaway'' or the sequel to the pinball table ''Pinball/HighSpeed'' subtitled ''The Getaway''.

to:

Not related to the 1972 crime drama ''Film/TheGetaway'', the 2002 VideoGame ''VideoGame/TheGetaway'' ''VideoGame/TheGetaway2002'' or the sequel to the pinball table ''Pinball/HighSpeed'' subtitled ''The Getaway''.


* [[spoiler:KarmaHoudini: The kidnapper was on the other side of the planet working through a BodyDouble. As the film ends, he gloats having successfully transferred a massive amount of money into his account.]]

to:

* [[spoiler:KarmaHoudini: The KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:The kidnapper was on the other side of the planet working through a BodyDouble. As the film ends, he gloats having successfully transferred a massive amount of money into his account.]]

Added DiffLines:

Not related to the 1972 crime drama ''Film/TheGetaway'', the 2002 VideoGame ''VideoGame/TheGetaway'' or the sequel to the pinball table ''Pinball/HighSpeed'' subtitled ''The Getaway''.


The film was harshly reviled by critics, receiving a 2% on Website/RottenTomatoes and [[BoxOfficeBomb got run over at the box office]] by Music/OneDirection's concert movie.
-----

to:

The film was harshly reviled by critics, receiving a 2% on Website/RottenTomatoes and [[BoxOfficeBomb got run over at the box office]] by Music/OneDirection's concert movie.
-----
----

Added DiffLines:

--> ''The Kid:'' Hey, watch where you're going, asshole!

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:307:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/getaway_poster.jpg]]


* InUniverseCamera: The various web-cams that the Super Snake has been wired with, plus various other web-cameras standing in for cop cameras and surveillance cameras. Interestingly enough, one of the big complaints of the critics was the rapid-fire switching between regular film and web-cam footage in the action sequences.

to:

* InUniverseCamera: The various web-cams that the Super Snake has been wired with, plus various other web-cameras standing in for cop cameras and surveillance cameras. Interestingly enough, one of the big complaints of the critics was the rapid-fire switching between regular film and web-cam footage in the action sequences.sequences and various web-cam-quality takes that appear unjustified in these montages.


* EverythingIsOnline: The kidnapper wired various web-cams to the Super Snake to see Brent's actions, and is able to manipulate events such as ''making a power station explode'' from a laptop [[spoiler:halfway across the world. He also electronically steals many millions and walks away a free man]], having used Brent and The Kid as decoys and fall guys for what few henchmen he has on the ground.

to:

* EverythingIsOnline: The kidnapper wired various web-cams to the Super Snake to see Brent's actions, and is able to manipulate events such as closing the city's streets (or probably keeping a hyper-accurate record of which streets end up closed by the collateral damage of the cops chasing Brent) and ''making a power station explode'' from a laptop [[spoiler:halfway across the world. He also electronically steals many millions and walks away a free man]], having used Brent and The Kid as decoys and fall guys for what few henchmen he has on the ground.


* CarFu: Brent rams several cars and objects with his own.

to:

* CarFu: Brent rams several cars and objects with his own. Helps that ''his'' car is heavily armored.


Added DiffLines:

* EverythingIsOnline: The kidnapper wired various web-cams to the Super Snake to see Brent's actions, and is able to manipulate events such as ''making a power station explode'' from a laptop [[spoiler:halfway across the world. He also electronically steals many millions and walks away a free man]], having used Brent and The Kid as decoys and fall guys for what few henchmen he has on the ground.


Added DiffLines:

* InUniverseCamera: The various web-cams that the Super Snake has been wired with, plus various other web-cameras standing in for cop cameras and surveillance cameras. Interestingly enough, one of the big complaints of the critics was the rapid-fire switching between regular film and web-cam footage in the action sequences.


Added DiffLines:

* WrenchWench[=/=]PlayfulHacker: The Kid is this, with her computer skills coming in handy plenty during the film proper and her casually mentioning her tinkering with the Super Snake's engine (after Brent throws it all off-whack with his stunt driving).


* PlayingAgainstType: Music/SelenaGomez as a carjacker in an action movie.


Brent Magna (Creator/EthanHawke), a retired race-car driver, is put into a race against time when his wife is kidnapped by a mysterious man (Jon Voight) who threatens to kill her unless Brent follows his orders. During Brent's mission for the kidnapper, a young woman (Music/SelenaGomez) only known as "The Kid" attempts to carjack him, but is dragged into the vehicle and forced to help him.

to:

Brent Magna (Creator/EthanHawke), a retired race-car driver, is put into a race against time when his wife is kidnapped by a mysterious man (Jon Voight) (Creator/JonVoight) who threatens to kill her unless Brent follows his orders. During Brent's mission for the kidnapper, a young woman (Music/SelenaGomez) only known as "The Kid" attempts to carjack him, but is dragged into the vehicle and forced to help him.


Brent Magna (Ethan Hawke), a retired race-car driver, is put into a race against time when his wife is kidnapped by a mysterious man (Jon Voight) who threatens to kill her unless Brent follows his orders. During Brent's mission for the kidnapper, a young woman (Music/SelenaGomez) only known as "The Kid" attempts to carjack him, but is dragged into the vehicle and forced to help him.

to:

Brent Magna (Ethan Hawke), (Creator/EthanHawke), a retired race-car driver, is put into a race against time when his wife is kidnapped by a mysterious man (Jon Voight) who threatens to kill her unless Brent follows his orders. During Brent's mission for the kidnapper, a young woman (Music/SelenaGomez) only known as "The Kid" attempts to carjack him, but is dragged into the vehicle and forced to help him.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 37

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report