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* TheirFirstTime

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* TakingTheBullet: [[ExaggeratedTrope Done to an absolutely ridiculous degree.]] No less than ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZsKWGd2sKk eight different people]]'' jump in front of Yoh to protect him from an assassin who has nearly BottomlessMagazines, before Yoh is able to kill the assassin.
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TheirFirstTime


* AdaptationalVillainy:
** Koh willingly betrays Yo and [[spoiler:dies only moments before he can shoot him, in comparison to his HeroicSacrifice in the source material.]]

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* AdaptationalVillainy:
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AdaptationalVillainy: Koh willingly betrays Yo and [[spoiler:dies only moments before he can shoot him, in comparison to his HeroicSacrifice in the source material.]]


* AdaptationalVillainy: Hu Feng Leng goes from being a CoolOldLady to a WickedWitch with little-to-no redeeming qualities.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: AdaptationalVillainy:
** Koh willingly betrays Yo and [[spoiler:dies only moments before he can shoot him, in comparison to his HeroicSacrifice in the source material.]]
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Hu Feng Leng goes from being a CoolOldLady to a WickedWitch with little-to-no redeeming qualities.



* LoveConquersAll: It's Emu's affections that finally break Yo's programming and lead him to rebel against his employers.

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* LoveConquersAll: ThePowerOfLove: It's Emu's affections that finally break Yo's programming and lead him to rebel against his employers.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Hu Feng Leng goes from being a CoolOldLady to a WickedWitch with little-to-no redeeming qualities.


* LoveConquersAll: It's Emu's affections that finally break Yo's programming and lead him to rebel against his employers.



* RasputinianDeath: [[spoiler:Ryuji is variously immolated (multiple times), shot at point blank range, stabbed, slashed, and impaled, and still has no trouble firing his gun and hitting targets dozens of feet away. It's a block of C4 planted right next to him that finally does him.]]

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* RasputinianDeath: [[spoiler:Ryuji is variously immolated (multiple times), shot at point blank range, stabbed, slashed, and impaled, and still has no trouble firing his gun and hitting targets dozens of feet away. It's a block of C4 planted right next to him that finally does him.him in.]]

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* RasputinianDeath: [[spoiler:Ryuji is variously immolated (multiple times), shot at point blank range, stabbed, slashed, and impaled, and still has no trouble firing his gun and hitting targets dozens of feet away. It's a block of C4 planted right next to him that finally does him.]]

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* BilingualBonus: There's a fair amount of untranslated Mandarin and Japanese dialogue.


* AerithAndBob: The plot is relocated from Japan to Canada, but the majority of character's names are unchanged. While Emu (絵霧) and Netah (新田) arhttps://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/wysiwyg_source_editor.php?groupname=Manga&title=CryingFreeman&load=sourcee fairly normal names in Japanese, they're more than a little unusual in the film's new setting, especially considering the characters AdaptationalNationality.

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* AerithAndBob: The plot is relocated from Japan to Canada, but the majority of character's names are unchanged. While Emu (絵霧) and Netah (新田) arhttps://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/wysiwyg_source_editor.php?groupname=Manga&title=CryingFreeman&load=sourcee are fairly normal names in Japanese, they're more than a little unusual in the film's new setting, especially considering the characters AdaptationalNationality.


* AerithAndBob: The plot is relocated from Japan to Canada, but the majority of character's names are unchanged. While Emu (絵霧) and Netah (新田) are fairly normal names in Japanese, they're more than a little unusual in the film's new setting, especially considering the characters AdaptationalNationality.

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* AerithAndBob: The plot is relocated from Japan to Canada, but the majority of character's names are unchanged. While Emu (絵霧) and Netah (新田) are arhttps://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/wysiwyg_source_editor.php?groupname=Manga&title=CryingFreeman&load=sourcee fairly normal names in Japanese, they're more than a little unusual in the film's new setting, especially considering the characters AdaptationalNationality.




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* SmokingIsNotCool: A Yakuza chastises his partners for smoking on the job before they're all [[spoiler:brutally picked off one-by-one with a bow-and-arrow.]]


* AerithAndBob: The plot is relocated from Japan to Canada, but the majority of character's names are unchanged. While Emu (絵霧) and Netah (新田) are fairly normal names and Japanese, there more than a little unusual in the film's new setting, especially considering the characters AdaptationalNationality.

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* AerithAndBob: The plot is relocated from Japan to Canada, but the majority of character's names are unchanged. While Emu (絵霧) and Netah (新田) are fairly normal names and in Japanese, there they're more than a little unusual in the film's new setting, especially considering the characters AdaptationalNationality.



* DirtyCop: Netah's is so obsessed with killing Yo, [[spoiler:he's willing to work side-by-side with the Yakuza and murder innocent bystanders.]]
* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: Yo fends off an army of hitmen while making love to Emu.
* MarkOfTheBeast: Yo has a dragon tattoo along his chest and back to symbolize his servitude to the Sons of the Dragon.

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* DirtyCop: Netah's is so obsessed [[spoiler:Netah attempts to blackmail the Yakuza, and after that fails willingly works with killing them to hunt down Yo, [[spoiler:he's willing to work side-by-side whilst carrying on a heated affair with the Yakuza and murder innocent bystanders.boss' wife.]]
* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: Yo fends off an army of hitmen while right after making love to Emu.
Emu, still in his underwear.
* MarkOfTheBeast: Yo has a dragon tattoo along his chest and back to symbolize his servitude to the Sons of the Dragon.Dragon and his role as the Freeman.



* WorthyOpponent: Kimie seems to consider Yo this, admitting defeat and saving him from Netah's treachery.


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* WorthyOpponent: Kimie seems to consider Yo this, admitting defeat and saving him from Netah's treachery.


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* AdaptationalNameChange: Emu's last name is changed from Hino to O'Hara, and the Triad clan the 108 Dragons are changed to the Sons of the Dragons.

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* MarkOfTheBeast: Yo has a dragon tattoo along his chest and back to symbolize his servitude to the Sons of the Dragon.
* MrFanservice: Yo isn't shy about stripping down and showing his well-developed physique.


* PragmaticAdaptation: The film is generally well-regarded for its faithfulness to the story and tone of the original work, despite some name changes and making Yoh more expendable in the eyes of his gang.


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* AerithAndBob: The plot is relocated from Japan to Canada, but the majority of character's names are unchanged. While Emu (絵霧) and Netah (新田) are fairly normal names and Japanese, there more than a little unusual in the film's new setting, especially considering the characters AdaptationalNationality.
* BoomHeadshot: Yo prefers hitting his targets square on the forehead.
* DirtyCop: Netah's is so obsessed with killing Yo, [[spoiler:he's willing to work side-by-side with the Yakuza and murder innocent bystanders.]]
* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: Yo fends off an army of hitmen while making love to Emu.
* PragmaticAdaptation: The film is generally well-regarded for its faithfulness to the story and tone of the original work, despite some name changes and making Yoh Yo more expendable in the eyes of his gang.

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* WorthyOpponent: Kimie seems to consider Yo this, admitting defeat and saving him from Netah's treachery.



* AdaptationNationality: Emu and Netah are changed from Japanese to caucasian Canadians, and the primary setting relocated from Tokyo to British Columbia.

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* AdaptationNationality: AdaptationalNationality: Emu and Netah are changed from Japanese to caucasian Canadians, and the primary setting relocated from Tokyo to British Columbia.


* AdaptationNationalityChange: Emu and Netah are changed from Japanese to caucasian Canadians, and the primary setting relocated from Tokyo to British Columbia.

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* AdaptationNationalityChange: AdaptationNationality: Emu and Netah are changed from Japanese to caucasian Canadians, and the primary setting relocated from Tokyo to British Columbia.

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