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* TheFutureIsNoir: True to ''Riddick'' form, the film gives off this vibe, with deep shadows to offset the bright colors, morally ambiguous or even depraved characters, plenty of shocking violence, and sharp-tongued banter.

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* TheFutureIsNoir: True to ''Riddick'' form, the film gives off this vibe, with deep shadows to offset the bright colors, colors and some scenes taking place in utter darkness (not to mention the morally ambiguous or even depraved characters, plenty of shocking violence, and sharp-tongued banter.banter).



* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: [[invoked]] Antonia believes this or simply use this trope to excuse her sick exposition. She considers herself a connoiseur of the "art" which she turns the criminals she captures into.

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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: [[invoked]] Antonia believes this or simply use this trope to excuse her sick exposition. She considers herself a connoiseur connoisseur of the "art" which she turns the criminals she captures into.


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%%* TheFutureIsNoir* TheFutureIsNoir: True to ''Riddick'' form, the film gives off this vibe, with deep shadows to offset the bright colors, morally ambiguous or even depraved characters, plenty of shocking violence, and sharp-tongued banter.


* TheFutureIsNoir

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* %%* TheFutureIsNoir


* TheDragon: Junner serves Chillingsworth as her second-in-command, with Riddick quickly identifying him as her lap dog. As with the traditional defition, he's also a much bigger physical threat than his master.

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* TheDragon: Junner serves Chillingsworth as her second-in-command, with Riddick quickly identifying him as her lap dog. As with the traditional defition, definition, he's also a much bigger physical threat than his master.


* CallBack/ContinuityNod: After a comment made by Jack, Riddick says "First you're a boy, [[spoiler: then you're a girl]], and now you're a psychic...". Anyone who saw Pitch Black in its entirety knows what this is referencing.

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* CallBack/ContinuityNod: CallBack: After a comment made by Jack, Riddick says "First you're a boy, [[spoiler: then you're a girl]], and now you're a psychic...". Anyone who saw Pitch Black in its entirety knows what this is referencing.


After escaping Hades, Riddick, Jack, and Imam are picked up by a transport vessel. They soon discover that it's a mercenary ship. Riddick attempts to disguise himself as William J. Jones but his guise undone by voice recognition technology and the trio are captured. They plan to hand Riddick over to the ships owner Antonia Chillingsworth, who intends to add him to her "collection". Chillingsworth enjoys taking criminals and freezing them as living statues to present as artwork, AFateWorseThanDeath.

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After escaping Hades, Riddick, Jack, and Imam are picked up by a transport vessel. They soon discover that it's a mercenary ship. Riddick attempts to disguise himself as William J. Jones but his guise undone by voice recognition technology and the trio are captured. They plan to hand Riddick over to the ships ship's owner Antonia Chillingsworth, who intends to add him to her "collection". Chillingsworth enjoys taking criminals and freezing them as living statues to present as artwork, AFateWorseThanDeath.


* PrecisionFStrike:
-->'''Riddick:''' Lady, your taste sucks.


'''''Dark Fury''''' is an animated feature set in ''Franchise/TheChroniclesOfRiddick'' universe. It was directed by the Korean-American animator Peter Chung (known for ''WesternAnimation/AeonFlux''), and features Vin Diesel reprising his role of Richard B. Riddick. The story takes place [[{{Interquel}} between]] ''Film/PitchBlack'' and ''Film/TheChroniclesOfRiddick''.

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'''''Dark Fury''''' ''Dark Fury'' is an animated feature set in ''Franchise/TheChroniclesOfRiddick'' universe. It was directed by the Korean-American animator Peter Chung (known for ''WesternAnimation/AeonFlux''), and features Vin Diesel reprising his role of Richard B. Riddick. The story takes place [[{{Interquel}} between]] ''Film/PitchBlack'' and ''Film/TheChroniclesOfRiddick''.


* LivingDollCollector

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* LivingDollCollectorLivingDollCollector: The main antagonist's motivation.


* PilotMovie: The film is only slightly longer than the length of an episode of an animated series and has the feel of an episode from a television series that was never made



* StealthPilot: The film is only slightly longer than the length of an episode of an animated series and has the feel of an episode from a television series that was never made


* CoolShades: Both Riddick's welding googles and Junner glasses.

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* CoolShades: Both Riddick's welding googles goggles and Junner Junner's glasses.

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* LivingDollCollector


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* StealthPilot: The film is only slightly longer than the length of an episode of an animated series and has the feel of an episode from a television series that was never made


** Which ''may'' not have been as [[TooDumbToLive stupid]] a move as you might think, since he survived longer with his knife [[and fists]] than ANYONE who was wielding a gun did.

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