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Would Disney's Fantasia qualify?
I dunno. Someone would have to provide an example writeup for me to gauge.
Isn't this just a wee bit subjective to be a proper Trope?
No. You should read this.
It's still looking pretty damn subjective.
Should this trope be renamed? Because the trope is in massively stark contrast to that movie....
In recent discussion, someone suggested Wizard Of Oz as insufficiently epic. I'd suggest it qualifies, despite being set-bound, on the grounds that its production was a big event, based on a doorstopper fantasy work involving creating an entire fantasy realm on-set, which hadn't really been done much in Hollywood. It does have an Omega Cast but only because And You Were There, so a lot of characters are played by the same actors. Metropolis counts on similar grounds, it was also entirely filmed on a set, although it also counts in many other categories as well (epic scope, thousands of extras, etc.)
Archived BFM discussion (renamed) and Original discussion
"Does this example count?" thread:
These four films are essentially Disaster Movies. Ordinarily the two genres are exclusive of one another. My understanding is that a Disaster Movie is generally the type of Summer Blockbuster that isn't a BFM. So these are on thin ice. The question is, do any of them get in on the technicality of being:
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