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* ParanoiaFuel - Pretty much the entire premise of the book - and mocking the media hysteria that often pops up around it, thanks to misinformation.

!! 2007 Film:

* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The [[http://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/Next-GaryGoldman.pdf original script]] for the film was a ''lot'' more interesting that what was ultimately filmed, and even lacked a particularly obnoxious PlotHole; in the film, the authorities let Liz go despite her not only refusing to drug Cris, but ''sending one of their cars off a cliff'', leaving her to be captured by the Western Terrorists. In the script, her arrest is a major plot point.

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* ParanoiaFuel - Pretty much the entire premise of the book - and mocking the media hysteria that often pops up around it, thanks to misinformation.

!! 2007 Film:

* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The [[http://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/Next-GaryGoldman.pdf original script]] for the film was a ''lot'' more interesting that what was ultimately filmed, and even lacked a particularly obnoxious PlotHole; in the film, the authorities let Liz go despite her not only refusing to drug Cris, but ''sending one of their cars off a cliff'', leaving her to be captured by the Western Terrorists. In the script, her arrest is a major plot point.
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* ParanoiaFuel - Pretty much the entire premise of the book - and mocking the media hysteria that often pops up around it, thanks to misinformation.

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* ParanoiaFuel - Pretty much the entire premise of the book - and mocking the media hysteria that often pops up around it, thanks to misinformation.misinformation.

* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The [[http://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/Next-GaryGoldman.pdf original script]] for the film was a ''lot'' more interesting that what was ultimately filmed, and even lacked a particularly obnoxious PlotHole; in the film, the authorities let Liz go despite her not only refusing to drug Cris, but ''sending one of their cars off a cliff'', leaving her to be captured by the Western Terrorists. In the script, her arrest is a major plot point.


* DudeNotFunny: The TakeThat towards Michael Crowley. [[BrokenBase To some,]] [[TakeThatCritics it made Michael Crichton come off as petty]].

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* DudeNotFunny: The TakeThat towards Michael Crowley. [[BrokenBase To some,]] [[TakeThatCritics it made Michael Crichton come off as petty]].

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