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* AdaptationBadass: Chloe gets one, as she [[MacGyvering MacGyvers]] a landing strip and flare out of a deserted stretch of highway and some explosives, allowing Ray to land the plane safely.



* AdaptationHeroism: Hattie is more sympathetic in this adaptation, as unlike the books or the prior films, she has no idea Ray is married.
* AdaptationKarma: Ray gets a WhatTheHellHero from Hattie when she finds out he's married, in comparison with the books, which give him a pass regarding his pursuit of her, rationalizing that he hadn't actually closed the deal with her.

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* AdaptationHeroism: AdaptationalBadass: Chloe gets one, as she [[MacGyvering MacGyvers]] a landing strip and flare out of a deserted stretch of highway and some explosives, allowing Ray to land the plane safely.
* AdaptationalHeroism:
Hattie is more sympathetic in this adaptation, as unlike the books or the prior films, she has no idea Ray is married.
* AdaptationKarma: AdaptationalKarma: Ray gets a WhatTheHellHero from Hattie when she finds out he's married, in comparison with the books, which give him a pass regarding his pursuit of her, rationalizing that he hadn't actually closed the deal with her.

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* AdaptationBadass: Chloe gets one, as she [[MacGyvering MacGyvers]] a landing strip and flare out of a deserted stretch of highway and some explosives, allowing Ray to land the plane safely.


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* AdaptationHeroism: Hattie is more sympathetic in this adaptation, as unlike the books or the prior films, she has no idea Ray is married.
* AdaptationKarma: Ray gets a WhatTheHellHero from Hattie when she finds out he's married, in comparison with the books, which give him a pass regarding his pursuit of her, rationalizing that he hadn't actually closed the deal with her.


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* WhatTheHellHero: Ray gets one from Hattie, who is none too pleased to learn that he's married.


For the film version starring Kirk Cameron, see ''Film/LeftBehind2000''.

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For the film version starring Kirk Cameron, Creator/KirkCameron, see ''Film/LeftBehind2000''.


* InconvenientSummons: The Rapture itself (which also takes place in The Rapture) could be considered this, as Christians are pulled out of whatever they were doing at that moment to be with the Lord, and in certain cases inadvertently putting other people into danger, such as in the case where Rayford's co-pilot disappears from the cockpit while Rayford was talking with Hattie.

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* InconvenientSummons: The Rapture itself (which also takes place in The Rapture) could be considered this, as Christians are pulled out of whatever they were doing at that moment to be with the Lord, and in certain cases inadvertently putting other people into danger, such as in the case where Rayford's co-pilot disappears from the cockpit while Rayford was talking with Hattie.

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* InconvenientSummons: The Rapture itself (which also takes place in The Rapture) could be considered this, as Christians are pulled out of whatever they were doing at that moment to be with the Lord, and in certain cases inadvertently putting other people into danger, such as in the case where Rayford's co-pilot disappears from the cockpit while Rayford was talking with Hattie.


* WindowPain: Chloe Steele breaks through the glass of a sealed-off hospital to find her brother.


* CaliforniaDoubling: The scenes in Queens, NY were shot in ''Baton Rouge'', and it ''shows''.


'''Left Behind''' is the second attempt at a FilmOfTheBook of the first ''Literature/LeftBehind'' book, covering the first half of the book, loosely. This time, however, it was released to theaters and stars Creator/NicolasCage. The film was directed by Vic Armstrong and produced by Stoney Lake Entertainment.

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'''Left Behind''' ''Left Behind'' is the second attempt at a FilmOfTheBook of the first ''Literature/LeftBehind'' book, covering the first half of the book, loosely. This time, however, it was released to theaters and stars Creator/NicolasCage. The film was directed by Vic Armstrong and produced by Stoney Lake Entertainment.

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** On the other hand, the Rapture isn't part of the beliefs of most Christians and is mostly just known as a weird evangelical thing. Not immediately jumping on to something you consider a heretical fringe belief as an explanation isn't ''that'' out of the question.

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* SequelHook:
-->'''Buck''': Looks like the end of the world.\\
'''Chloe''': No, not yet. [[ItHasOnlyJustBegun I'm afraid this is just the beginning]].


A sequel for this movie is in the works, to be released in 2016.

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A sequel for this movie is was in the works, to be released in 2016.
but its crowdfunding was low.


* StuffBlowingUp: The tank that explodes as Chloe runs by does not affect anyone or anything -- it is just for the RuleOfCool, having a pretty girl running past an explosion.

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* StuffBlowingUp: The tank that explodes as Chloe runs by does not affect anyone or anything -- it is just for the RuleOfCool, having a pretty girl running past an explosion.explosion in slow-motion.



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A sequel for this movie is in the works, to be released in 2016.


Despite the film's reception, there is a campaign to help start production on [[http://www.christianpost.com/news/left-behind-2-is-coming-and-this-time-it-will-not-water-down-christian-message-according-to-producer-137168/ the sequel to be released in 2016]].

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Despite the film's reception, there is a campaign to help start production on [[http://www.christianpost.com/news/left-behind-2-is-coming-and-this-time-it-will-not-water-down-christian-message-according-to-producer-137168/ the sequel to be released in 2016]].

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