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Non-comedic Examples Comics Superman: Go on, try to explain where any of this came from. What was the first apocalypse, who designed the biomechs, what's with the children, and the Broken Aesop Guns are bad, after Superman clearly used guns to solve his problem.
The last one should be a turnoff for most people And while the biomechs and the cause of the apocalypse were explained, there's still plenty of stuff including the twin clones of Hitler that wasn't. Early Tintin books are this.
Only the location remained constant. This wasn't received poorly, though; Tintin was originally released in a weekly kids' magazine page by page instead of in books all at once, and the Belgians in the late s didn't have that many comics to compare Tintin with anyway. The third story in the series, Tintin in America started moving away from this formula, adopting a more focused theme of Tintin taking on gangsters, and then the fourth story, Cigars of the Pharaoh moved to having a fully coherent storyline.
A few action-packed stories of the Disney Ducks Comic Universe can feel like the writers just tried to connect as many setpieces possible. An example is the DuckTales seven-part comic. Film — Animated Bambi deliberately eschews traditional narrative in favor of episodic mood pieces with an overarching theme of friendship, love and growing up tying it all together.
Considering the film is meant to be a naturalistic portrayal of nature, this works perfectly in the film's favor. Don Bluth intentionally structured and paced The Secret of NIMH like a novel more than a standard animated movie, believing it allowed more subtext to be incorporated into the film.
The plot starts off fairly straightforward Mrs. Brisby is coping with the loss of her husband and has to save her sick kid from harm with some backstory foreshadowed a couple times and having a very minor subplot of Jeremy the Crow trying to find a love interest.
Half an hour into the film, when Mrs. Brisby enters the rose bush and finds the Rats of NIMH, the film veers way off the main plot and into a grand total of four other plots, largely consisting of subplots and backstory; the Rats coming to terms with their newfound intelligence and responsibilities, Nicodemus helping Mrs.
Brisby out of obligation and coping with the rats situation, Jenner trying to stage a coup to usurp power, and NIMH trying to seek out and destroy the rats. Brisby was related to one of their own kind, Jonathan, and gets their help solely because of that.
Throw in some unexplained loose ends just where did Nicodemus get that amulet or those magic powers? Much of this was a result of changes from the book, namely playing up Mrs.
Brisby's role in the story the Rats were the central characters of the novel, with Mrs. Brisby being a vehicle for the audienceadding magical fantasy elements Nicodemus had none of his supernatural powers in the bookand upgrading a minor character Jenner into the villain the book had no real antagonist.
Rock-A-Doodleseems to be a series of random events slapped together to sort of create a story based on The Canterbury Tales.
The Legend Goes On strongly suggests the guy who pitched it wasn't even aware that the Titanic disaster was an actual thing that happened. Plot elements and random-ass shit come out of nowhere, including an occasion where a character responds to an expression of gratitude by breaking out into a completely irrelevant rap song.
Adam Elliot's films trilogy of short films Uncle, Cousin, and Brother that he made before Harvie Krumpet and Mary and Max were this, although for a good reason — they're supposed to emulate the feeling you're looking through a photo album.
Film — Live-Action Lady Bird is comprised of vignettes from the titular character's senior year in high school and acceptance into college. Miami Connection has a relatively basic plot involving a taekwondo band going to college and drug dealing, but it drifts away from it and has some scenes happen with no buildup or explanation for them.
It gets worse when you put the missing father subplot, band rivalry, petty biker gang violence, and drug dealing ninjas into the equation.
It sort of makes sense as the three protagonists join the army, invade Cuba, get captured, and escape from Cuba. Then the story completely falls apart as they decided to find the wife of a guy they left behind in the Cuban POW camp, committing a series of petty and not-so-petty crimes along the way Spice World is just a sequence of random things happening that involve the Spice Girls.
Monster a-Go Go is an accidental example of this that became MST3K fodder due to being an Obvious Beta patched together from multiple unfinished movies and clumsy narration.
Cry Wilderness has many plot points that are poorly connected and are often unceremoniously dropped into the viewers' laps with no foreshadowing.
We don't even find out that the animal Paul's dad and the others are looking for is a tiger escaped from the circus until the tiger actually shows up. Comes right the flip outta nowhere.
It's just the main character acting weird as weird things happen or do they? Little Alvin and the Mini-Munks has Dave put the Chipmunks and the Chipettes under the care of a woman named Lalu for a few days, and the screentime is filled out with things varying from Theodore overflowing the toilet with toys, to Alvin and Simon fighting over a cape, to Jeanette eating Brittany's lipstick and having to make money to buy a new one for her while wearing a ridiculous costume to help Lalu clean up.
Annihilation tries to cram in as much of the enormous roster of Mortal Kombat 3 as possible, and thus it's the protagonists finding and fighting some people while the story supposedly moves forward.
The Holy Mountain is made of this. The first scene is about some guy in black with a giant hat cutting some twins' hair, the next thing you know there's a guy covered in bees laying over a pool of his own piss and some naked kids throwing rocks at him.John Henry Newman, Cong.
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