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* TheMockbuster: It's like the good movie, only it sucks

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* TheMockbuster: It's like the good movie, only it sucksBlatant knock-offs of popular films.


* NoTalkingOrPhonesWarning

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* NoTalkingOrPhonesWarningNoTalkingOrPhonesWarning: Before the film begins, there is a short film informing the audience not to talk or have their phones on during the movie.



* PosthumousCredit: Being credited after you're dead.

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* PosthumousCredit: Being credited after you're dead.The work credits a person involved with production who died before the work was released.



* RealityHasNoSoundtrack
* RealityHasNoSubtitles

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* RealityHasNoSoundtrack
RealityHasNoSoundtrack: A film lacks background music for realism.
* RealityHasNoSubtitlesRealityHasNoSubtitles: The movie doesn't include subtitles for when characters are speaking foreign languages.



* {{Sequelitis}}: Sequel after sequel after sequel...

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* {{Sequelitis}}: Sequel after sequel after sequel...The opinion that a film series has too many sequels, particularly because of the later installments declining in quality.

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* TheFilmOfThePlay: A play becomes a movie


** BoxOfficeBomb/NumbersThroughD

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** BoxOfficeBomb/NumbersThroughDBoxOfficeBomb/NumbersThroughB
** BoxOfficeBomb/CThroughD


** BoxOfficeBomb/SThroughZ

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** BoxOfficeBomb/SThroughZBoxOfficeBomb/SThroughT
** BoxOfficeBomb/UThroughZ

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* OnscreenChapterTitles: When a film is divided into chapters, like a novel.


** BoxOfficeBomb/IThroughR

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** BoxOfficeBomb/IThroughRBoxOfficeBomb/IThroughM
** BoxOfficeBomb/NThroughR


** BoxOfficeBomb/NumbersThroughH

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** BoxOfficeBomb/NumbersThroughHBoxOfficeBomb/NumbersThroughD
** BoxOfficeBomb/EThroughH


* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: Characters angst more in the movie than they did in the book
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Characters are more attractive than they were in previous adaptations

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* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: Characters angst more in the movie than they did in the book
book.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Characters are more attractive than they were in previous adaptationsadaptations.
** AdaptationalUgliness: Characters are less attractive than they were in previous adaptations.



* AdrenalineMakeover: People change their look when setting out for adventure

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* AdrenalineMakeover: People change their look when setting out for adventureadventure.



* AlanSmithee: Disowning the movie and blaming Alan Smith

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* AlanSmithee: Disowning the movie and blaming Alan SmithSmith.



* BusbyBerkeleyNumber: An intricate dance number

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* BusbyBerkeleyNumber: An intricate dance numbernumber.



* ClifftopCaterwauling: Roaring on the edge of a cliff
* ColorWash: Saturating the colors on the film
* ConsolationAward: Compensating for lack of awards by giving minor one out of pity
* CrackOhMyBack: The pains of old age

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* ClifftopCaterwauling: Roaring on the edge of a cliff
cliff.
* ColorWash: Saturating the colors on the film
film.
* ConsolationAward: Compensating for lack of awards by giving minor one out of pity
pity.
* CrackOhMyBack: The pains of old ageage.



* DarkWorld: A MirrorUniverse with a dark twist

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* DarkWorld: A MirrorUniverse with a dark twisttwist.


* SlidingScaleOfFilmObscurity: Sorting Algorithm of how likely one is to have heard of a film.


* MovieSuperheroesWearMutedColors: Making the costume bleaker to still make a DarkerAndEdgier look without completely disregarding the original costume design(s)

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* MovieSuperheroesWearMutedColors: Making the costume bleaker to still make a DarkerAndEdgier look without completely disregarding the original costume design(s)

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** BoxOfficeBomb/NumbersThroughH
** BoxOfficeBomb/IThroughR
** BoxOfficeBomb/SThroughZ

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* FakeVideoCameraView: Showing a scene apparently through the lens of a video camera, even to including a "REC" warning or red dot.

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