Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Main / RecoiledAcrossTheRoom

Go To



* ''Machinima/TheSpyFightsGodzillaForSomeReason'': After Godzilla fires at kaiju-sized Spy from a kaiju-sized shotgun, [[BlownAcrossTheRoom blowing him across Teufort]], he gets launched away as well.

to:

* ''Machinima/TheSpyFightsGodzillaForSomeReason'': ''WebAnimation/TheSpyFightsGodzillaForSomeReason'': After Godzilla fires at kaiju-sized Spy from a kaiju-sized shotgun, [[BlownAcrossTheRoom blowing him across Teufort]], he gets launched away as well.


* ''Film/NineteenFortyOne'': The anti-aircraft cannon is not secured to the ground the way it's supposed to be. As a result, when it's fired at the Japanese submarine offshore it rolls backwards along the ground and ''into'' a wooden building.

to:

* ''Film/NineteenFortyOne'': ''Film/NineteenFortyOne1979'': The anti-aircraft cannon is not secured to the ground the way it's supposed to be. As a result, when it's fired at the Japanese submarine offshore it rolls backwards along the ground and ''into'' a wooden building.

Added DiffLines:

* In ''Film/PoliceAcademy 4: Citizens On Patrol'', [[CoolOldLady Mrs. Feldman]] fires off Tackleberry's HandCannon and is blown backwards. Rather than suffer any distress, she's actually delighted at this, exclaiming "That was fun!"


* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'': Once pulled off with a ''shotgun'' in an early episode. Supergirl confronts a robber with the weapon and puts her hand over the muzzle of the gun. When the robber fires, he's thrown back from both the force of the recoil and the force that would normally go into propelling the bullet forward.

to:

* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'': ''Series/Supergirl2015'': Once pulled off with a ''shotgun'' in an early episode. Supergirl confronts a robber with the weapon and puts her hand over the muzzle of the gun. When the robber fires, he's thrown back from both the force of the recoil and the force that would normally go into propelling the bullet forward.


* This is a RunningGag with the Galeezle in ''WesternAnimation/{{321Penguins}}'', a gun that fires a claw which grows giant in order to grab a target and pull them into the ship while [[ShrinkRay shrinking]] them. In the first episode Figel is blown back and only comes to a stop when he runs into [[TheBigGuy Kevin]]. The exact same thing happens in the second episode even though Migel tries to hold Figel in place so they both get blasted into Kevin.

to:

* This is a RunningGag with the Galeezle in ''WesternAnimation/{{321Penguins}}'', ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins'', a gun that fires a claw which grows giant in order to grab a target and pull them into the ship while [[ShrinkRay shrinking]] them. In the first episode Figel is blown back and only comes to a stop when he runs into [[TheBigGuy Kevin]]. The exact same thing happens in the second episode even though Migel tries to hold Figel in place so they both get blasted into Kevin.


* This is a RunningGag with the Galeezle in ''WesternAnimation/{{321Penguins}}'', a gun that fires a claw which grows giant in order to grab a target and pull them into the ship while [[ShrinkRay shrinking]] them. In the first episode Figel is blown back and only comes to a stop when he runs into [[TheBigGuy Kevin]]. The exact same thing happens in the second episode even though Migel tries to hold Figel in place for it so they both get blasted into Kevin.

to:

* This is a RunningGag with the Galeezle in ''WesternAnimation/{{321Penguins}}'', a gun that fires a claw which grows giant in order to grab a target and pull them into the ship while [[ShrinkRay shrinking]] them. In the first episode Figel is blown back and only comes to a stop when he runs into [[TheBigGuy Kevin]]. The exact same thing happens in the second episode even though Migel tries to hold Figel in place for it so they both get blasted into Kevin.


* This is a RunningGag with the Galeezle in ''WesternAnimation/321Penguins'', a gun that fires a claw which grows giant in order to grab a target and pull them into the ship while shrinking them. In the first episode Figel is blown back and only comes to a stop when he runs into [[TheBigGuy Kevin]]. The exact same thing happens in the second episode even though Migel tries to hold Figel in place for it so they both get blasted into Kevin.

to:

* This is a RunningGag with the Galeezle in ''WesternAnimation/321Penguins'', ''WesternAnimation/{{321Penguins}}'', a gun that fires a claw which grows giant in order to grab a target and pull them into the ship while shrinking [[ShrinkRay shrinking]] them. In the first episode Figel is blown back and only comes to a stop when he runs into [[TheBigGuy Kevin]]. The exact same thing happens in the second episode even though Migel tries to hold Figel in place for it so they both get blasted into Kevin.

Added DiffLines:

* This is a RunningGag with the Galeezle in ''WesternAnimation/321Penguins'', a gun that fires a claw which grows giant in order to grab a target and pull them into the ship while shrinking them. In the first episode Figel is blown back and only comes to a stop when he runs into [[TheBigGuy Kevin]]. The exact same thing happens in the second episode even though Migel tries to hold Figel in place for it so they both get blasted into Kevin.


* ''Series/KikaiSentaiZenkaiger'': Seen in the image above, the [[{{BFG}} Zenryoku Zenkai Cannon]]'s FinishingMove recoil packs quite a punch, so much that ''no one'' has been able to stand their ground using it. Even through the team's best effort to support [[TheHero Zenkaizer]] using it in the standard sequence has them flying into the air, only held down by [[TheBigGuy Zenkai Vroon]] standing at the furthest back. And when Zenkai Vroon uses it himself, ''it dislodges and sends his upper half flying'' despite being held waist-down by his comrades, due to his DetachableLowerHalf ability.

to:

* ''Series/KikaiSentaiZenkaiger'': Seen in the image above, video example, the [[{{BFG}} Zenryoku Zenkai Cannon]]'s FinishingMove recoil packs quite a punch, so much that ''no one'' has been able to stand their ground using it. Even through the team's best effort to support [[TheHero Zenkaizer]] using it in the standard sequence has them flying into the air, only held down by [[TheBigGuy Zenkai Vroon]] standing at the furthest back. And when Zenkai Vroon uses it himself, ''it dislodges and sends his upper half flying'' despite being held waist-down by his comrades, due to his DetachableLowerHalf ability.


[[quoteright:350:[[Series/KikaiSentaiZenkaiger https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20211126_073525.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Even with ''three people'' holding onto him the recoil still sends ''[[DetachableLowerHalf half of him]]'' flying.]]

to:

[[quoteright:350:[[Series/KikaiSentaiZenkaiger %%
%%Image selected per Image Pickin' thread: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1648318615097707100
%%Please don't change or remove without starting a new thread.
%%
[[quoteright:300:[[Film/MenInBlack
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/20211126_073525.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Even with ''three people'' holding onto him the recoil still sends ''[[DetachableLowerHalf half of him]]'' flying.]]
org/pmwiki/pub/images/mibrecoil_4.png]]]]
%%


* ''Film/RamboIV'': Schoolboy uses the legendary Barrett M82A1 (which of course uses .50 BMG and just as you'd expect) to save John and Sarah from a duo of Burmese soldiers later on in the film. ''Both Burmese soldiers are sent flying into the grass in a hilarious manner. It's even more hilarious that one lands on his ass while his crotch nearly touches his face.'' Sadly, this isn't possible because if a bullet could knock someone off their feet, then the shooter wouldn't be immune to that same force and would literally get hit with double of whatever force the target was hit with.


* In the Creator/{{Pixar}} movie ''WesternAnimation/Ratatouille'', during the scene where the old lady is trying to kill Remmy and Emile with a shotgun, the old lady jumps while shooting many times.

to:

* In the Creator/{{Pixar}} movie ''WesternAnimation/Ratatouille'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}}'', during the scene where the old lady is trying to kill Remmy and Emile with a shotgun, the old lady jumps while shooting many times.


[[caption-width-right:350:Even with ''three people'' holding onto him the overly strong recoil still sends ''[[DetachableLowerHalf half of him]]'' flying.]]

to:

[[caption-width-right:350:Even with ''three people'' holding onto him the overly strong recoil still sends ''[[DetachableLowerHalf half of him]]'' flying.]]


[[caption-width-right:350:The overly strong recoil sends even ''[[DetachableLowerHalf half of him]]'' flying.]]

to:

[[caption-width-right:350:The [[caption-width-right:350:Even with ''three people'' holding onto him the overly strong recoil still sends even ''[[DetachableLowerHalf half of him]]'' flying.]]

Showing 15 edit(s) of 39

Top