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* In ''Film/TheGodfather'', [[BirthDeathJuxtaposition a christening is contrasted with a series of hits on rival mob bosses]].

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* In ''Film/TheGodfather'', [[BirthDeathJuxtaposition a christening is contrasted with a series of hits on rival mob bosses]]. Michael Corleone's promises to renounce Satan and "all his works" underscore the grisly scenes of the murders committed on his orders.


Can be applied to other montages; for example, a {{Good Times|Montage}} and SadTimesMontage, or a TrainingMontage that contrasts the hero's method against that of TheRival. The MontageOut and ReallyDeadMontage are both particularly likely to juxtapose positive and negative elements this way.

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Can be applied to other montages; for example, a {{Good Times|Montage}} and SadTimesMontage, or a TrainingMontage that contrasts the hero's method against that of TheRival.

The MontageOut MontageOut, LostLoveMontage and ReallyDeadMontage are both all particularly likely to juxtapose positive and negative elements this way.


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Can be applied to other montages; for example, a {{GoodTimes|Montage}} and SadTimesMontage, or a TrainingMontage that contrasts the hero's method against that of TheRival. The MontageOut and ReallyDeadMontage are both particularly likely to juxtapose positive and negative elements this way.

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Can be applied to other montages; for example, a {{GoodTimes|Montage}} {{Good Times|Montage}} and SadTimesMontage, or a TrainingMontage that contrasts the hero's method against that of TheRival. The MontageOut and ReallyDeadMontage are both particularly likely to juxtapose positive and negative elements this way.


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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', the strip "[[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0750.html Making Up For Lost Time]]" is a full-page montage contrasting Durkon struggling to research a new spell with Malack's assistance, Haley and Vaarsuvius subduing the guards and breaking slaves out of jail, and Elan spending a joyful day of balloons and dinosaur rides with his estranged father, oblivious to the signs of the man's dictatorial rule that his friends are busy fighting against.
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Can be applied to another montage; in particular, a {{Good|TimesMontage}} and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and a TrainingMontage. The MontageOut is partly built on this. Compare UnreliableVoiceover.

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Can be applied to another montage; in particular, other montages; for example, a {{Good|TimesMontage}} {{GoodTimes|Montage}} and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and or a TrainingMontage. TrainingMontage that contrasts the hero's method against that of TheRival. The MontageOut is partly built on this. and ReallyDeadMontage are both particularly likely to juxtapose positive and negative elements this way.

Compare UnreliableVoiceover.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. At the start of "The Pointy End", Syrio Forel and Arya Stark are shown sparring with wooden swords while Lannister soldiers with real swords are shown massacring Arya's household. Then more Lannister soldiers turn up to detain Arya. From now on, for Arya the fighting and killing will be real.


* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' has one juxtaposing the Screaming Gophers' well co-ordinated teamwork as they build their team's hot tub with the Killer Bass' conflicts and problems as they try to build theirs.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' has one juxtaposing the Screaming Gophers' well co-ordinated teamwork as they build their team's hot tub with the Killer Bass' conflicts and problems as they try to build theirs.


* In ''Film/TheGodfather'', [[LifeDeathJuxtaposition a christening is contrasted with a series of hits on rival mob bosses]].

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* In ''Film/TheGodfather'', [[LifeDeathJuxtaposition [[BirthDeathJuxtaposition a christening is contrasted with a series of hits on rival mob bosses]].


* In ''Film/TheGodfather'', a christening is contrasted with a series of hits on rival mob bosses.

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* In ''Film/TheGodfather'', [[LifeDeathJuxtaposition a christening is contrasted with a series of hits on rival mob bosses.bosses]].


** ''Film/{{October}}'', about the RedOctober revolution of 1917, takes a dim view of religion in accordance with Communist doctrine. The "masks of the gods" sequence contrasts Russian Orthodox icons with Buddhist statues and pagan carvings, suggesting that all religions are the same.

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** ''Film/{{October}}'', about the RedOctober UsefulNotes/RedOctober revolution of 1917, takes a dim view of religion in accordance with Communist doctrine. The "masks of the gods" sequence contrasts Russian Orthodox icons with Buddhist statues and pagan carvings, suggesting that all religions are the same.


Can be applied to another montage; in particular, a {{Good|TimesMontage}} and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and a TrainingMontage. The MontageOut is partly built on this.

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Can be applied to another montage; in particular, a {{Good|TimesMontage}} and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and a TrainingMontage. The MontageOut is partly built on this. Compare UnreliableVoiceover.


Can be applied to another montage; in particular, a {{Good|TimesMontage}} and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and a TrainingMontage. The MedleyExit (aka MontageOut) is partly built on this.

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Can be applied to another montage; in particular, a {{Good|TimesMontage}} and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and a TrainingMontage. The MedleyExit (aka MontageOut) MontageOut is partly built on this.


Can be applied to another montage; in particular, a [[GoodTimesMontage Good]] and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and a TrainingMontage. The MedleyExit (aka MontageOut) is partly built on this.

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Can be applied to another montage; in particular, a [[GoodTimesMontage Good]] {{Good|TimesMontage}} and SadTimesMontage, an ATeamMontage, and a TrainingMontage. The MedleyExit (aka MontageOut) is partly built on this.
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** Used again in the first episode of the second series, when the team are shown going about their business before another day at community service begins: Alisha and Curtis gently tease one another; Kelly mourns [[spoiler: Nathan's]] death; Simon returns to his upstairs hideaway to mourn [[spoiler: Sally's]] death- for good measure, [[spoiler: he's got her body stored in a freezer in this same hideout.]] And all throughout this montage, a figure in a black jumpsuit, mask and hood is seen dashing across rooftops towards the community centre...

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** Used again in the first episode of the second series, when the team are shown going about their business before another day at community service begins: Alisha and Curtis gently tease one another; Kelly mourns [[spoiler: Nathan's]] [[spoiler:Nathan's]] death; Simon returns to his upstairs hideaway to mourn [[spoiler: Sally's]] death- [[spoiler:Sally's]] death - for good measure, [[spoiler: he's [[spoiler:he's got her body stored in a freezer in this same hideout.]] And all throughout this montage, a figure in a black jumpsuit, mask and hood is seen dashing across rooftops towards the community centre...



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* ''The Way Ahead'' (1944). Two retired veterans are griping about how easy soldiers have it [[WorldWarII these days]], against a montage of those soldiers slogging through a tough assault course.

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* ''The Way Ahead'' (1944). Two retired veterans are griping about how easy soldiers have it [[WorldWarII [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII these days]], against a montage of those soldiers slogging through a tough assault course.


* ''The Way Ahead'' (1944). Two retired veterans are griping about how easy soldiers have it [[WorldWarII these days]], against a montage of those same soldiers slogging through a tough assault course.

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* ''The Way Ahead'' (1944). Two retired veterans are griping about how easy soldiers have it [[WorldWarII these days]], against a montage of those same soldiers slogging through a tough assault course.

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