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He is considered one of the founding pioneers of the independent cinema movement and among the most prolific filmmakers of his generation. His directorial breakthrough—indie drama Sex, Lies, and Videotape —lifted him into the public spotlight as a notable presence in the film industry.

At 26, Soderbergh became the youngest solo director to win the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival which garnered the film worldwide commercial success, among numerous accolades. His breakthrough saw him to Hollywood where he directed crime comedy Out of Sight ; biopic Erin Brockovich and crime drama film Traffic , the latter winning him the Academy Award for Best Director.

He found further popular and critical success with the Ocean's trilogy and film franchise —18 ; Contagion ; Magic Mike ; Side Effects ; Logan Lucky ; and Unsane Despite his film career spanning a multitude of genres, his cinematic niche centers on psychological , crime , and heist thrillers.

Soderbergh's films often center on the metaphysical themes of distorted reality , shifting personal identities , vengeance, sexuality , morality, and the human condition. His feature films retain distinctive cinematography as a result of his liberal use of avant-garde cinema coupled with unconventional film and camera formats. Many of Soderbergh's films are anchored by multi-dimensional storylines with plot twists , nonlinear storytelling , experimental sequencing , suspenseful soundscapes , and third person vantage points.

He has Swedish , Irish , and Italian roots. In his first job he worked as a game show composer and cue card holder soon after which he found work as a freelance film editor. During this time, he directed the concert video Live for the rock band Yes in , for which he received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Music Video, Long Form. After Soderbergh returned to Baton Rouge, he wrote a film titled Sex, Lies, and Videotape on a legal pad during an eight day cross country drive.

His directorial debut was followed by a series of low-budget box-office disappointments. The film returned one tenth of its budget and received mixed reviews from critics. Hotchner , the film is set during the Great Depression and follows a young boy played by Jesse Bradford struggling to survive on his own in a hotel in St.

Louis during after his mother falls ill and his father is away on business trips. He directed Schizopolis in , a comedy which he starred in, wrote, composed, and shot as well as directed.

The minute film was submitted to the Cannes Film Festival to such a "chilly response" that he reworked the entire introduction and conclusion before releasing it commercially. You will need to see the picture again and again until you understand everything".

Jeffrey Korchek, a dentist having an affair with Munson's wife. Soderbergh would later refer to Schizopolis as his "artistic wake-up call". The film was well-received and established him within the cinematic niche of thriller and heist films. In early , he was approached to direct a reboot of the s Rat Pack -movie, Ocean's 11 by Ted Griffin. After Griffin wrote the screenplay, Soderbergh signed on to direct Ocean's Eleven.

The film opened to critical acclaim and wide-spread commercial success. Despite their insistence, Soderbergh wanted to use the film as a transitory project for up-and-coming director, Christopher Nolan. Soderbergh directed Ocean's Twelve , a sequel to Ocean's Eleven , in Industry heads were reportedly watching how the film performed, as its unusual release schedule could have implications for future feature films.

Soderbergh next directed Ocean's Thirteen , which was released in June to further commercial success and increased critical acclaim. Benicio del Toro played Argentine guerrilla Ernesto "Che" Guevara in an epic four-hour double bill which looks first at his role in the Cuban Revolution before moving to his campaign and eventual death in Bolivia.

Soderbergh cast adult film star Sasha Grey as the film's lead actress to great reception and controversy. His first film of was The Informant! Whitacre wore a wire for two and a half years for the FBI as a high-level executive at a Fortune company, Archer Daniels Midland ADM , in one of the largest price-fixing cases in history. The film was released on September 18, The script for the movie was written by Scott Z. Burns based on Kurt Eichenwald 's book, The Informant.

He has stated that he does not want it seen by the public, and only intended it for the cast. Soderbergh nearly filmed a feature adaptation of the baseball book Moneyball , starring Brad Pitt and Demetri Martin.

The book, by Michael Lewis , tells of how Billy Beane , general manager of Oakland Athletics , used statistical analysis to make up for what he lacked in funds to beat the odds and lead his team to a series of notable wins in Disagreements between Sony and Soderbergh about revisions to Steven Zaillian 's version of the screenplay led to Soderbergh's dismissal from the project only days prior to filming in June In the fall of , he shot the epic virus thriller Contagion , written by Scott Z.

Soderbergh premiered it at the 68th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy on September 3, , and released it to the general public six days later to commercial success and widespread critical acclaim. In August , Soderbergh served as a second unit director on The Hunger Games and filmed much of the District 11 riot scene. Tatum played the title mentor character, while Alex Pettyfer played a character based on Tatum.

The film was released on June 29, to a strong commercial performance and favorable critical acclaim. He stated that "when you reach the point where you're saying, 'If I have to get into a van to do another scout, I'm just going to shoot myself,' it's time to let somebody who's still excited about getting in the van, get in the van.

It was shot in April and was released on February 8, Scott of The New York Times stated, that Soderbergh "[handled] it brilliantly, serving notice once again that he is a crackerjack genre technician. Soderbergh had planned to commence production in early on a feature version of The Man from U.

George Clooney was set for the lead role of Napoleon Solo but had to drop out due to a recurring back injury suffered while filming Syriana. His final televised project before heading into retirement was Behind the Candelabra. S hot in the summer of , it starred Michael Douglas as legendarily flamboyant pianist Liberace and Matt Damon as his lover Scott Thorson.

In May —only months into his retirement—he announced that he would direct a part miniseries for Cinemax called The Knick. The series followed doctors at a fictionalized version of the Knickerbocker Hospital in Manhattan in the early twentieth century. This is how we want to do this so that every two years, whoever comes on, has the freedom to create their universe. Reaction to the mashup appears to reinforce the prejudice against the film.

The opening credits intermingle names from both the and versions, and all color has been removed from Van Sant's scenes, except for when Bates' mother is found. The purpose of it is to study the aspects of staging in filmmaking. It was announced in June that Soderbergh would be executive producing a series based on his earlier film The Girlfriend Experience for the Starz network, to premiere sometime in At minutes, Soderbergh's version is over half an hour shorter than the various official versions.

Much of the cut material is from the first third of the film; in particular, most of Heywood Floyd's scenes are deleted. Starring Sharon Stone , it is a dual-media project; it is released as both an interactive movie app in November and as a six-part miniseries airing in January The film was produced entirely by Soderbergh, with no studio involved in anything other than theatrical distribution.

In July , it was revealed that Soderbergh had also secretly shot a horror film using iPhones titled Unsane , and starring Claire Foy and Juno Temple. Soderbergh's next film, High Flying Bird , stars Andre Holland as a sports agent who presents his rookie client with an intriguing and controversial business opportunity during an NBA lockout.

He is currently filming The Laundromat , a political thriller financed by Netflix about the international leak of the Panama Papers. Soderbergh is also working on a six-part miniseries written by Lem Dobbs about the life of Emin Pasha. His visual style often emphasizes wealthy urban settings , natural lighting , and fast-paced working environments. On a technical level, Soderbergh prefers sustained close-ups , tracking shots , jump cuts , experimental sequencing, and frequently skips establishing shots in favor of audio and alternative visuals.

In his film Contagion , he used a multi-narrative "hyperlink cinema" style , first established within the Ocean's trilogy. He is known for having a combative relationship with Hollywood and the standards of studio filmmaking. A film so amateurish that only the professionalism of some of the actors makes it watchable It's the kind of film where you need the director telling you what he meant to do and what went wrong and how the actors screwed up and how there was no money for retakes, etc.

Soderbergh's films are centered on suspenseful and ambient soundscapes. In addition to his directing, he is frequently a screenwriter for his films. Scott Tobias of The A. Club has noted his method of experimental filmmaking as "rigorously conceived, like a mathematician working out a byzantine equation". Starting in with his film Traffic , Soderbergh has used various pseudonyms when directing films in order to hide the fact that he edits, writes, and arranges in opening and closing credits.

Traffic screenwriter and Syriana director Stephen Gaghan named Soderbergh "the Michael Jordan of filmmaking" for his ability to assume so many distinct roles in film production. When working with actors, he prefers to pursue a non-intrusive directorial style.

I don't get in their way. Soderbergh's films often center the themes of shifting personal identities , sexuality , and the human condition. Scott has noted that Soderbergh has a critical interest in exploring the impact capitalist economies have on living an ethical life and the detractions associated with materialism. Starting with Out of Sight , Soderbergh's heist films explore themes of vengeance, characters on a mission, and the morality of crime.

You have to put the right crew together, and if you lose, you go to movie jail" the directer noted in When asked about the top eleven films he regarded among the best, Soderbergh listed the following, in order: The 5, Fingers Of Dr.

Soderbergh has worked with a variety of actors, composers, screenwriters throughout his career as a filmmaker. He has frequently relied on Jerry Weintraub to produce many of his films. Soderbergh is a vocal proponent of the preservation of artistic merit in the face of Hollywood corporatism. He believes that " cinema is under assault by the studios and, from what I can tell, with the full support of the audience".

He claims to not be a fan of possessory credits , and prefers not to have his name front and center at the start of a film. I've never had a desire to be out in front of anything, which is why I don't take a possessory credit.

On Monday, April 5, , Soderbergh appeared before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives , and "cited the French initiative in asking lawmakers to deputize the American film industry to pursue copyright pirates," indicating he supports anti-piracy laws and Internet regulation.

Soderbergh is married to television personality Jules Asner , whom he often credits for influencing his female characters. He lives in New York City. Soderbergh's entire filmography is routinely analyzed and debated by fans, critics, film academics , and other film directors.

Apart from his first nomination Erin Brockovich , he won the award for Traffic.

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In FLCL most of the adults are more immature than the children in the story. In Fruits Basket , virtually every adult is neglectful or outright abusive: As a child, Yuki is forced to stay with a person who verbally abuses him and his mother brushes his complaints off.

Kyo is completely hated by his father, who does absolutely nothing to prevent him from being locked up upon graduation. Akito's father is dead and her mother outright hates her. Rin is abandoned by her parents, so they are unaware when she is pushed out a window and locked up in a room. All of the older servants in the household allow Akito to act freely, because they feel that the God of the Zodiac has the right to treat the Zodiac any way.

Also, Kyoko's parents neglected her, and kicked her out of her house after getting in a fight trying to quit her gang. Her father tells Katsuya that he's crazy when he tells him that he hopes to marry her.

Subverted by Hanajima's family who did everything they could to help her with her ESP, including transferring her to a new school when she was bullied and Kyoko herself who did such a good job raising Tohru that Tohru considered her words as lessons to get through life.

Hiro's mother is loving, if ditzy, and Kagura's mom worries about her daughter's well-being at one point, she discourages Kagura from attending an event that Akito will be at, implicitly fearing that Akito would hurt Kagura like Kisa was hurt.

Zig-zagged in the case of Kisa's mother. She failed to notice that her daughter was horrifically bullied at school and is upset with Kisa for not telling her about it, but then Tohru explains how the worst part of bullying is that the victim believes they're at fault and does their best to hide it from people who could help them. Kisa is then sent to live at Shigure's house for awhile so she and her mom can recover, but her mom calls often to see how Kisa's doing and make sure she's eating well.

Completely subverted in Fullmetal Alchemist: They are highly skilled, extremely intelligent, and almost as central to the plot as Ed and Al. If anything, the brothers thinking adults are useless gets them into a fair bit of extra trouble. In the end, Ed he can only succeed by trusting and accepting the help of the adults on his side, including his own absentee father.

When Edward and Alphonse Elric disobeyed a direct order from Major Armstrong to search the abandoned laboratory 5, refusing to wait for him to look into the matter deeper before going into the lab, second Lieutenant Maria Ross and Sergeant Denny Brosh slap and berate both of them on that, trying to do everything themselves, being just a child still and ends it with " Kaze Hikaru author Taeko Watanabe's lesser known work, Family!

Almost all other "adults" are just as frustratingly childish. Strangely enough, Freddy and Sharen were shown to be decent parent material back when their children, Jay and Fee, were just toddlers, but for some reason, Freddy becomes a helpless crybaby while Sharen just turns absolutely oblivious of how other people feel and enthusiastic about Cookie Monster.

Their youngest daughter Tracy is also known to be completely fearless when being kidnapped; in fact, she just calls her parents on the phone to let them know that she won't be home any time soon, and decides to stay to help the pathetically clumsy kidnapper with his soul-searching, and yet no one other than Fee seems to be a tad bit concerned about her absence at all. His female co-star Lanna is similarly, if not as capable.

In Gakuen Ouji none of the teachers notice or care about the rape of the boys or the extreme bullying that occurs between the students. When Rise gets locked in a closet and is screaming for help, the teacher walking by ends up putting up a charm to dispel bad spirits instead of letting the poor girl out.

In the first arc of Ginga Hyouryuu Vifam we have a bunch of children holed up in an abandoned military installation with some weapons, and elsewhere on the same planet we have the Terran military in a state-of-the-art underground facility.

The children manage to beat back several enemy attacks, while the military base gets wiped out along with all personnel after just one. The kids of the manga are actively fighting their teachers and other authority figures. It's hard to be useful to people who will completely ruin you just for trying.

And it's not luck that lets Onizuka get through to them, it's the sheer fact that they are incapable of hurting, beating, embarrassing or otherwise driving him away. In the first episode, he outright says he wants to avoid this trope since he felt it firsthand. When someone keeps calling you useless you eventually believe it yourself. That's why I want to be there and help the kids be the best they can be. When adults aren't outright antagonists, they're either clueless or helpless.

Justified in that since Barry is a "boy genius," he's naturally the smartest person in the room all the time. In The Beano the adults and teachers never seem to be able to prevent their kids from misbehaving. In older strips they would whack their kids with slippers or a cane but now it seems the kids never seem to get much in the way of a punishment apart from making their parents really angry. This trope is typically averted in Calvin and Hobbes , Calvin just believes they all are but exception has to be made for the coach of the school baseball team Calvin briefly joined in one arc.

Calvin accidentally stays out in the field when the teams switch sides and catches a ball hit by one of his own teammates. The coach calls Calvin a "quitter" when Calvin asks to leave after the other players read him the riot act , despite what had just happened. Marvel form a team with other teens in order to show that heroes are better than just slugging each other, destroying things and leaving things alone as they disappear.

The adults in Gladstone's School for World Conquerors are typically famous super villains and are quite important to the plot. Adults might see it, but they wouldn't quite process it as being abnormal. If fact, once the children hit 18, they forget everything to do with magic, meaning the Locke siblings are more or less on their own when all hell quite literally breaks loose.

This is averted in more mundane situations, where adults are shown to be anything but useless. Like in issue 1, when Nina kills a psycho with a hatchet for threatening her son.

My Friend Dahmer presents a tragic Real Life example. No adult during Jeffrey Dahmer 's formative years noticed his mounting psychological problems. His parents are too consumed with their marital strife and both eventually abandon him. His teachers are either clueless or indifferent to his binge drinking at school.

His classmate-turned-biographer, Derf Backderf, links the lack of attention from adults to Dahmer's obsessive drive to find the perfect victim who would never leave him, resulting in his grisly killing spree. In Peanuts , it was just as well that adults were never fully seen, because the rare situations where the main characters had to interact with them portrayed them as incompetent.

In one story arc, Charlie Brown went to talk to his pediatrician to find out why the school board which the doctor was a member of had banned a book called The Three Bunny Wunnies Freak Out from the school library.

The nurse later told Charlie Brown that little kids made him nervous. Remember, this was a pediatrician. Later, Charlie Brown told Linus that the doctor admitted that he only reads medical journals, but the pictures upset him. Another story arc shows that Peppermint Patty's teacher is a Lawful Stupid type. A hole in the ceiling classroom was causing rain to fall on Patty's head. According to Marcie, the teacher couldn't move Patty to another desk, because that would disrupt the alphabetical seating arrangement.

In Marvel's Runaways , the teen heroes don't trust any of the adult characters, even Captain America. Civil War only cements their "Adults are tools" mentality. Unfortunately, they are caught and brainwashed by Molly's parents into forgetting everything.

Spider-Man 's cameo also subverts it, to a degree. Parodied when the Runaways show up at Avengers Academy. Chase goes off on a defensive tirade about how adults are always meddling in the Runaways' business That arc also finally put an end to the Runaways' abuse of this trope; after a pointless fight breaks out between the Runaways and the Avengers, Nico breaks it up with a spell that magically forces both sides to see each other's viewpoints, and the Runaways realize that their longstanding distrust of adults has left them with some disadvantages.

They ultimately decide that adults don't suck as much as they thought. In Sex Criminals , middle-school girl Suzie tries to find out what happens when someone has an orgasm. She turns first to a gynecologist and than her mom. Neither are any help. Averted in Super Dinosaur where the adults perform important support roles if they aren't directly in the action. The Kingstons repair SD's armor while Dr.

Dynamo creates valuable new technology. Justified in the second volume of Young Avengers - Mother is a trans-dimensional parasite, who feeds on kids and teenagers with reality warping superpowers and one of her abilities is to hide her existence from adults, so they won't belive their kids telling them about her and won't notice her activities, even as they're happening in front of them.

Worse, if you're a parent, the first person a kid targeted by her would come to, she can turn you into her brainwashed minion. And if your parents are dead, she will bring them back as her minions through they cannot get too far away from the place of their death. Tim's father has no clue how to be a parent, Ariana's uncle outright attacks Tim over a misunderstanding, Tim's teachers are combative and make no inquiries into his injuries and constant need to sleep in class, Bruce pulls heartless gambits trying to manipulate Tim, Az!

Bats goes off the deep end and tries to kill Tim and after Tim's father dies Tim has to forge portions of his father's will in order to avoid becoming a ward of the state. In Alexandra Quick , this is zig-zagged. The adults do attempt to help, but many refuse to believe Alex when she warns them or tells them what's happening, and often she ends up taking action because she can't see any sign that the adults aren't being useless.

With few exceptions, the kids drive the story and handle the important things. Main character Madison lampshades it often. The counselors in Calvin At Camp let the kids get away with anything, aside from actually leaving. From Swing and garfieldodie 's Calvinverse fics: Double Trouble has an author's note that lampshades this: No, The town won't save Calvin. Worthless to the end. And that would cut into my weekend plans. Can you pass a drug test? Adults are all the same.

They talk, and plan, and act without asking the opinion of anyone actually involved in the situation. They just ignore us or treat us like we're not there. The entire town in The Boxtrolls really but a special mention should go to Lord Portley-Rind; if it's not about cheese, he has absolutely no interest. Played straight and averted in The Christmas Tree.

Judy's a decent person, if a bit dim, and genuinely cares for the children. The mayor, however, doesn't seem to have the slightest inkling that anything is amiss at the Orphanage of Fear , and is perfectly willing to fork over large sums of cash to Mrs. Mavilda without much question. Coraline's parents didn't do much and aren't especially nice, but they had pretty good reasons not to believe Coraline's Cassandra Truth.

On the other hand, Bobinsky gave Coraline a subtle warning and Spink and Forcible also warned her that she was in terrible danger. And at the end, Spink and Forcible gave Coraline an important item to help her find the eyes of the ghost children. Zig-zagged — Batman can't keep Damian on a leash forever and thus opts to send him to the Titans to cool him off. However, when the potential for Raven's danger is made real, the League steps in, not wanting a threat like this to spread.

That last bit is vastly different from both the comics and previous animated variations, which they are either ignored or Adapted Out. Not long after a meteor storm, the Great Valley's main water supply, a river running down from beyond the wall, mysteriously dries up.

Rather than say, investigating the river's source they could have sent fliers if they were worried about carnivores , the adults decide to wait in the valley and hope the water returns. In the meantime, water is running low, tempers are running high and all the food is quickly dying off.

In the end, it's the children who accidentally find out that the water was blocked off and the adults can't agree on a plan of action and guess what? The children save the day! This is a very common occurrence throughout the series. None of the adults want to risk personal safety going out into the Mysterious Beyond for any reason whatsoever, leaving the children to do everything themselves. In the 4th film, where Littlefoot's grandmother who had been willing before to leave and search for a flower with healing properties and the mother of a new character not only fail to go after their runaway children but don't even seem worried or concerned that the kids are gone.

Equestria Girls , true to any High School themed work, zig-zags, but it zags a lot more. Celestia and Luna can be reasonable authority figures when given the right evidence They are certainly friendly and caring, but the Useless part comes from them being oblivious to a single student ruling the school for years by terrorizing all the other students, and Luna being easily fooled by falsified evidence in a scene pretty much designed to give credibility to the Satellite Love Interest.

The sequel Rainbow Rocks justifies this by Celestia and Luna getting almost immediately brainwashed by the Dazzlings, ensuring that the Rainbooms have to solve the problem on their own. She says point blank in her Villain Song she has always known that human Twilight Sparkle has always been an outcast at Crystal Prep but has done nothing to help her.

Instead she blackmails and pressures her students to do well in the games for her own reputation and isn't above spying and cheating. Dean Cadance is a lesser example, she is a reasonable authority figure just like Celestia and Luna and it is obvious she cares about Twilight, but isn't seen helping her against peer pressure and bulling on screen.

Instead just offering her good advice knowing where she will be happiest. Blast Off to Mars. None of the adults on Earth can handle the alien invasion. Films — Live Action. Naturally, it's up to the kids to save the day.

However, a mind-controlled grandma becomes very useful when the kids steal the controller. Applies to the protagonist Amy's children Jane and Dylan. Amy quits her motherly duties to party and run rampant. She doesn't appear too concerned about her children missing meals or falling behind in school, and insults them at every chance she gets whenever they ask her for help.

She then snaps right back to her senses when the kids run away to their dad and desert her as payback for her neglectful behavior. Not only does the government allow the capture of entire classrooms of children, but they allow putting them on an island, giving them deadly weapons, and telling them to go kill each other, last one alive wins and is free to go.

On top of that, the parents never even TRY to save their children from being murdered, and instead the entire country or possibly even the world allows it to happen, waiting for the competition to end and see the winner. The protagonist, Shuya Nanahara, loses his father who commits suicide by hanging himself with a belt without any concern that Shuya now has to fend for himself, and Mitsuko's mother tried to pimp out Mitsuko when she was only 6 years old to a pedophile for the money.

In the original novel, most parents, upon hearing their children have become part of the Program, merely resign themselves. Those who do resist are gunned down.

This is true in both the manga and novel; the first chapter of the book hints it, and the manga integrates it into at least one character's back story. Played straight when the kids in Bradleys Summer stop a terrorist plot, and then decide to chase the terrorists after they'd become kidnappers, the adults are all like "Good luck!

Subverted later on however, when one of the adults actually does do something useful: Subverted in the Bring It On film series. Most of the featured cheerleading squads are depicted as being autonomous, but they're also comprised of high schoolers who are either nearly or legally adults by the time everything is said and done.

Most of the adults in A Christmas Star either ignore Noelle's warnings about the Corrupt Corporate Executive trying to destroy their village or angrily rebuke her for trying to stop their town's main form of income being closed down or everyone in the village being made homeless!

Although when the villain's boss finds out what his employee has been doing mainly, trying to demolish the village to create an amusement park instead of developing in the local area he fires the man instantly.

The Good Son has Elijah Wood's character trying to tell the adults what a monster his cousin is, but nobody believes him. The Fratellis in The Goonies suffer this from time to time in their confrontations with the Goonies. They seem to be able to handle the cops and Feds just fine, but they can't quite handle a bunch of teenagers.

The three children in Hocus Pocus try to inform adults and enlist their help against the witches. Then there's the fact that the the witches have come back from the grave prank has probably been played a million times in that town given the local notoriety of the events surrounding said witches. Every single John Hughes film. Joshua 's only use for adults is to be pawns in his plan.

This was subverted in The Karate Kid Mr Han trained Dre for the tournament. Dre's mother supported him and would have beat the snot out of the kids who messed with her son, if she knew who they were. And the school principal sent both Dre and Cheng out after Cheng purposely tripped Dre, not favoring one side over the other. And she kept an eye out for Dre on the school trip, indirectly preventing Cheng from bullying him.

The original plays it straight and subverts it. On one hand, Mr. Miyagi is there to stop the fighting between Daniel and Johnny. On the other hand, the kids' parents do nothing at all to prevent the fights. Daniel's mom provides moral support for her son, but doesn't do much.

Ali's parents shrug off the fighting like it is nothing. Johnny's parents don't even appear in the film. Dave alias Kick-Ass is a year-old boy, and as a superhero far from being Badass Normal.

He is known to have fought against three gangsters to protect an innocent. But later the mafioso of New York believes that he is the one who kills his subordinates and hurts his "company". Still, neither the people who work for him, nor the New York police, who are partially corrupt, can track him. Red-Mist, another teenager who is a supervillain, can find Kick-Ass, however, within a day and lure him into the trap because he is a superhero. A simple teenager had more success than mafia and police together.

The film also features Hit-Girl, who is an effective, badass Action Girl. It is inverted by the superhero Big-Daddy, who is by far the strongest fighter in the movie. But even though he is one of the few, competent adults, he is far from being morally pure. At best, he is an anti-hero. Part of the charm of The Little Rascals film series was that the kids would regularly and unintentionally teach the adults a lesson.

The Lost Boys has a group of year-old vampire hunters attempting and at one point succeeding to kill the group of teenage vampires. In fact all the main characters are younger than 20 with the adults being unaware until the big reveal at the end where one character displays he knew what was going on all along. Even then, he doesn't know everything that was going on, although he immediately knows that his house has just been destroyed in a vampire attack.

That his daughter was dating a master vampire appears to have been completely unknown to him. Matilda is full of this. Not a single student at Crunchem Hall manages to convince their parents that Ms. Trunchbull is abusive towards everyone. This is explained in the books, that the Trunchbull uses such extreme punishments that no parent would possibly believe them.

It's also mentioned that Trunchbull treats the parents the same way she treats the kids. In Mikey the only characters that seem to display any common sense about Mikey's behavior are his teacher and Jessie. The first A Nightmare on Elm Street Nancy's mother helped start the whole thing, her father doesn't do anything and the rest of the police only hinder her or ignore her frantic cries for help.

The sequels more or less follow suit, but there's a bizarre subversion in Freddy vs. It turns out that the more people are aware and afraid of Freddy these two usually go hand by hand the more powerful he becomes. Hence when the adults really got down to it they effectively eliminated the threat by erasing all written notions of Freddy, banning his name or any details from mentioning and submitting those kids who still remembered about him to a dream-depriving drug treatment.

He did eventually find a loophole but still they did their best. The Night of the Hunter: Rachel Cooper, the foster mother who takes in the Harper children, is the only adult in the film who is immune to Harry Powell's charms.

Most of the other adults are Homeland Security goons who mistake him for a terrorist. Sky High has the Commander and Jetstream as the only competent heroes shown in work, but they are taken down in seconds by the villain in the final. Principal Powers appears to be competent but she is only seen putting students in detention. Anything worthwhile is done by adolescents. Even the villains are all young. Except Stitches, but he's basically controlled by Royal Pain anyway.

Granted the main characters aren't small children, but all the adults they go to for help simply blow them off - Prince Albert, the lawyers one can almost forgive Mark for his Jerkass behavious towards them and most of all the Harvard president Larry Summers. John Connor's foster parents Todd and Janet are very neglectful of him, which angrily coerces John to spend his whole time outside home.

Later on, T mimicking Janet on the phone calling John "honey" and offering him beef stew for dinner makes John point out Janet would never do something like that. This was probably the single worst thing about the Thunderbirds movie, which shoved most of International Rescue out of the way to leave the plot to the Kid-Appeal Character Alan Tracy, Brains' son , and Tin Tin all of whom are pre-teens.

The main character in The Tin Drum realizes this and refuses to age past 3 years old. This means that he eventually becomes a chronological adult but remains a Spoiled Brat of a child. In the first Transformers movie, much of the first tier of authority that Sam Witwicky encounters regarding the title being is best summed up by his disbelieving question of a police officer, "Are you on drugs?!

Those involved in the military usually perform rather well considering the circumstances, even if it's not always the best actions to take. In WarGames , two teenagers are the only people who seem to be willing and able to avert nuclear holocaust, while parents, four-star generals and nuclear scientists act befuddled or indifferent.

In The Way Way Back , lonely teenager Duncan is ignored by his mother, Pam, who seems only concerned about pleasing Trent, her overbearing boyfriend. Pam doesn't notice Trent saying horrible things to her son until the end of the movie.

Trent, Pam and their neighbor also smoke pot and ignore their teens when they get stoned. Averted with Owen, the water park employee who notices Duncan is unhappy and lonely and becomes a friend to him. In What We Did On Our Holiday the children end up honouring their granddad's wishes and giving him a Viking funeral after he dies on the beach because the adults are too busy getting ready for a party and arguing for them to be able to tell them what has happened.

In the Land of Oz Dorothy looks to many adult figures to solve her problems such as Glinda and the wizard, but the wizard is powerless. However Dorothy discovers the power to return home was inside of her and didn't need help from either Glinda or the wizard. In the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , with the exception of Jim, every adult that Huck meets is some kind of murderer, thief, charlatan, liar or phony. One of the points of the novel is the irony of all those people like that looking down on a decent human being like Jim because he's black.

Largely played straight in the Ahriman Trilogy. Of the various adults, only Cleon ends up not being useless. Aimee by Mary Beth Miller: The most egregious example is Aimee's family: Her dad was a crazy fundamentalist preacher, her real mom was a drunk and a player, and her step mom was abusive in more ways than just hitting.

You get the picture. Justified in Animorphs as many of the protagonists don't want to risk the lives of others and they also know there are few they can actually trust due to alien infestations. This is occasionally subverted however. Played straight in book 50, when Marco says that they can't work with adults because adults are too reality bound, and could never believe that they were actually fighting aliens. Though as Cinnamon Bunzuh! And then there was that Trekkie Eventually fully averted once they find adults they can trust not to be infested.

This ends in them getting the support of the government and becoming much more effective. Played straight and averted in the books. Some of the parents, particularly those of the sitters themselves, are intelligent, reasonable, helpful people. Others are well-meaning but a bit clueless, and have to be given insight into their children's fears and wants by the sitters because they don't pick up on them otherwise. Possibly the straightest example of the trope are Jessi's parents, who thought it was perfectly acceptable to leave their year-old daughter in charge of her 8-year-old sister and 2-year-old brother for a weekend.

Arnold not realising that her identical twin daughters are acting out because they're sick of being treated like they're one person.

Addison failing to realize that her kids want to spend some time with her instead of being dumped on sitters all the time. Barrett, when she's first introduced, is in the middle of an unpleasant divorce; as a result she is highly disorganized and does things like neglecting to leave the sitters with contact information and even forgetting to inform Dawn of one kid's allergies. In a later book, Mrs. Prezzioso not noticing her older daughter's obsessive finicky behavior and then acting out, as she was too distracted by becoming a pageant mom for her younger daughter.

Averted in The BFG. Late in the book, the Kid Hero Sophie's plan to save the day is to tell the Queen of England everything and get her to send a gajilion soldiers to pump the evil giants full of holes. Zig-zagged in The Candy Shop War. The kids parents are completely unhelpful thanks to mind-controlling white fudge. The other adults, however, do manage to help the kids. One of Holden Caufield's schoolmates is bullied to death by his classmates in The Catcher in the Rye and the teachers do absolutely nothing.

In the Circle of Magic series, adults tend to be useful, excepting Street Magic. When Briar attempts to get stone mage Jebilu Stoneslicer to teach Evvy, Stoneslicer proves himself to be selfish and useless- he tells Briar to take Evvy away from Chammur and to send her to Winding Circle. He then proceeds to make a number of assumptions about Evvy based solely on the fact that she is a poor orphan, and tells Briar that she will never get anywhere because of that. He does agree to teach her only after Rosethorn talks to him, and is later revealed to be the worst possible teacher for Evvy.

Plus the scene when Briar is questioned by the mutabir, or leader of Chammur- Briar repeatedly suggests possible crimes to charge Lady Zenadia with, only to be informed that she is too high in rank to be bothered with such charges, and like Stoneslicer, the mutabir dismisses the teenage gang, the Vipers, and Evvy as poor people of no real value, and not worth helping.

Where's the teacher while this is going on? Making out with one of the pirates. Subverted in the children's book Chrysanthemum. Chrysanthemum's teacher is completely oblivious to the fact that Victoria and her Girl Posse are making fun of her for being named after a flower, but it's her music teacher who gets them to stop. In Robin McKinley 's Deerskin , a novel in which a king takes a rather unhealthy interest in his daughter , several adults notice this but neither do or say a thing to help her even when he announces he plans to marry her, because their king is above reproach.

This does not end well. To an extent in the Discworld Tiffany Aching subseries: In The Wee Free Men Tiff's parents and older sisters are too preoccupied to notice things, and the Baron is a well-meaning idiot. In the later ones, her parents don't know how to deal with a daughter who's a witch; the villagers automatically expect someone in a pointy hat to be able to cope with anything; and most of the adult witches have their own peculiarities that stop them being any real help.

Ms Tick is so schoolteachery that she doesn't always look at things properly; Miss Level is a bit selves-conscious and doesn't cope well with the unexpected; Miss Treason is ruthlessly judgemental and, for most of Wintersmith , dead. Granny Weatherwax is awesome, but she's a Sink-or-Swim Mentor who refuses to let Tiffany rely on her. No one over the age of 14 seems capable of making important decisions or getting anything done.

Somewhat Truth In Fiction since the adults tend to become mired in larger issues of state security and politics. It takes a year-long absence of his daughter before Arulaine even starts to take matters seriously, and even more time to spur himself to do something about it.

Then again, he WAS battling depression at the time, so that might be an explanation. Why should anyone care? Molly's parents are worse. They are raising a free-range child and when a girl looking like their daughter, just with amnesia runs away from them, the mother just writes to her to wish her luck.

There's a reason Blogger Beware has a "Questionable Parenting" section for each story. Yes, some arguably have the excuse of magic hiding what's going on, but some cases are just silly.

For example, in Say Cheese and Die Again , the narrator is cursed to continually gain weight, putting on more than three hundred pounds in one day, and his parents chalk it up to an allergy attack and leave him to just go to school as normal the next day. Even though he can't fit in their car. Meanwhile, his friend was cursed to continue to lose weight until she looks like "a stick with a lemon on the top", and again is just sent to school as normal. Chicken Chicken book 53 of the original series is even worse.

To make matters worse, they're preparing chicken for a barbecue in front of their affected kids and they laugh at Crystal and Cole when they start acting like chickens during the barbecue.

They wait until after the kids arrived to go and try to find help to kill the monster they caught and stored in the basement, deciding to lock the kids inside the house and tell them nothing, opting instead to leave notes on the fridge, which the kids find too late , as they let the monster out due to an honest mistake.

The grandparents hid the truth because they were "afraid that the parents wouldn't let the kids stay with them if they knew there was a monster in the house". And rather than taking the kids with them, the grandparents genuinely believe the kids are safer locked inside the house with the monster so long as they don't open a door.

Main character Gretchen is furious at her grandparents' sheer stupidity, pointing out to stepbrother Clark that the grandparents won't be coming back with help because nobody will believe them about a monster in their house. In Greek Ninja it's a group of teenagers running around trying to save the day.

The Green-Sky Trilogy has a lot of this. Raamo and his friends considered young adults at 13 are members of a caste that actually shuts out family, so after meeting Raamo's parents in some detail at the beginning of Book One, they drop out of sight except for rare glimpses. Neither they nor Teera's parents are important to the plot. They cannot be confided in or help with the vastly important goings-on. On the other hand, the elderly priestess D'ol Falla is a central figure, and Genaa's dad contributes to Book Three.

Subverted in the Grey Griffins series. Adults save the kids' asses a lot. Adults are pretty powerful, in fact, on both the hero and villain side of things. The number of important adult characters looking out for the Kid Heroes is in fact a plot point, as the main character is rich and has a bodyguard with some magical friends.

Zig-zagged in Harry Potter. Because the books are written from Harry's point of view, the adults in the books sometimes seem useless, but several adult characters, most notably Dumbledore, are actually aware of whatever evil plot Voldemort is trying to execute, but have very good reasons to leave Harry out of the loop. It is also lightly implied that Dumbledore gives Harry this feeling intentionally in order to train him without him being aware of it, especially in the first book.

And, when the adults do something themselves, they actually save the day most of the time- the Battle in the Atrium and the Inferi cave, in particular. However, there are also several examples in which adult characters don't act very responsible at all.

Specific examples of both sides of this trope are: Subverted in the first book. When Harry and his friends tell Professor McGonagall someone is planning to steal the Philosopher's Stone, she merely tells them off for interfering with business that isn't their own. The problem here is that the Stone's presence at Hogwarts should have been top secret and if three first year students know of it, she should have realized security has been compromised.

On the other hand, Dumbledore saves Harry's life by arriving at the nick of time during his confrontation with the Voldemort possessed Quirrel. Played straight in Prisoner of Azkaban. When the truth about Sirius' innocence comes to light, the Ministry of Magic does not believe Harry and his friends and still wants to sentence Sirius to a Fate Worse than Death. The characters who do believe Harry know they can't do anything to change the Ministry's point of view, so Dumbledore leaves it to Harry and Hermione to save the day.

Played straightest in Goblet. Several powerful wizards vow to find out how Harry's name got into the cup, and apparently find out nothing over the course of a school year.

The fact that one of those wizards is actually behind it all merely highlights that the others never noticed anything even though he was circumstantially a prime suspect. In The Order of the Phoenix Harry feels that the adults are unnecessarily keeping him in the dark about what is happening, not to mention that the Ministry spends most of its energy making sure Harry and Dumbledore shut up about Voldemort by any means necessary.

Subverted when it's explained they had perfectly good reasons for keeping him in the dark namely, Voldemort has figured out how to read Harry's thoughts , and Harry's own plan backfired spectacularly because Voldemort had also figured out how to influence his thoughts.

That said, Dumbledore concedes to Harry that he, Dumbledore, could have handled the situation better and allowed Harry to get more help, and misunderstood how Voldemort was trying to manipulate him. The biggest subversion happens in the sixth book. Harry is aware of an evil plot, in which Draco Malfoy is one of the key players.

When he tries to warn the adult characters, most notably Dumbledore, of this plot, he gets the feeling he is constantly brushed off and tries to stop Malfoy himself. It turns out that Dumbledore is aware of this evil plot, but chooses not to act to keep Malfoy safe from Voldemort's wrath, should he fail. The evil plot in question is in fact a murder plot against Dumbledore himself. Since Dumbledore was already fatally cursed and had only one year to live , he used this murder plot to arrange a Thanatos Gambit with Snape to prevent Voldemort from ever posessing the power of the Elder Wand.

He left Harry out of the loop because these details would only distract him from what he really needs to know. Book seven lampshades this trope with this exchange: Lock yourself in the cupboard, dear. Run away to sea. Do whatever you can, my flower. But don't ask me! In Contact 's "The Bloodhound Gang" segments, the adults who are the targets of con artists are typically complete idiots to the point where one easy mark has his own child have control of his own finances.

The entire premise of Absolutely Fabulous is that the adults are completely drug addled and useless, while the child, Saffy, is intelligent, capable and down-to-earth.

Are You Afraid of the Dark? Your parents will never believe your neighbors are vampires. Arguably Arrested Development , as while all of the adults in the show constantly make terrible decisions and ruin any good thing that they get, George-Michael is running a relatively successful business and Maeby cons her way into a job as a movie studio executive.

This is further highlighted by the fact that one of Maeby's better ideas as an executive is ruined by Michael. The trio of Kid Heroes seem to be the only competent characters in the show when it comes to dealing with the enemies that escaped from the comic book world. The adults in this series are either incapable of dealing with this threat, due to a lack of weapons or would just flee at the first sign of trouble.

The only exception to this trope is the writer of the Beetleborg comics, Art Fortunes, who sometimes supplies the heroes with new powers and weapons. Beverly Hills, , for some extent, with the obvious exception of Brandon and Brenda's parents who were originally part of the main cast. As the series progressed, teens got into, or were affected by, much more serious troubles guns, paedophilia, addiction, mafia, rape and their parents were either oblivious or useless.

The '' sequel also has that a bit: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The show has a curious take on this. While Giles and Jenny Calendar are undeniably useful, and Buffy's mother proves quite smart and sensible once she finds out the truth about her daughter though she still can't do much and it's just not realistic to help out a super-powered daughter , adult society is thoroughly useless.

There is no adult organization which is not either evil the Mayor and his administration , staggeringly incompetent the Watchers , or both the Initiative. The only possible exception is the coven which sends Giles to stop Willow at the end of season six; but they didn't get much, or indeed any, screen time. If they had, no doubt they'd have turned out to be a front organization for some kind of demonic cult. Did anyone else watch all those kids dying all the time on the show and ask themselves 'Don't these people have parents?!

The worst case was in the season 6 premiere when demon bikers attacked the town and there was no one to defend it. No cops, firemen or rescue personnel accounted for. Xander's parents are drunks, Buffy's father is rarely around, Willow's mother shows up once, getting in her way, and Willow's father is mentioned in reference, with Willow worrying what "Ira Rosenberg will think of his only daughter nailing a crucifix to her wall.

In a episode, Buffy is searched for murder. At first she can escape only on account of her special powers, but then she returns to the scene of the crime unharmed, without being started by the police. In the hospital, two policemen practically run past her without recognizing her, and lastly, she can leave the city even in the bright day, in a public transport.

Gunn and his on the street living friends are also teenagers who have to fight constantly against vampires. The comics show that a group of teenagers is much more effective in the fight against vampires, than a military unit of the US army, which is suffering large losses, and can not defeat the vampires.

This is the standard thought process of basically anyone in the Criminal Minds universe who has a job involving teenagers or children: I am awesome at my job! She's witnessed Chris attacked by Caruso, but usually does nothing to stop or even acknowledge it. In one moment bordering on Lawful Stupid , she gave Chris a 0 on a test, despite the fact that he got every question right, but because he entered each answer on the wrong line. It didn't look to be a scantron, where it would be justified, either.

In The Facts of Life , the only adult who serves a purpose is Mrs. Garrett, the school's nutritionist. Several examples in Friends: In "The One After The Super Bowl," it's revealed that Chandler pulled up a girl's skirt during a school play, so the entire school saw her underwear.

Where were the teachers, faculty and parents when he did this? It was during a school play, so surely they witnessed this and reprimanded him for it which, ironically, would've been far more likely to be the focus of the kids' attention than seeing the girl's underwear. Chandler's childhood in general, as he apparently received very little support during his parents divorce and Dad coming out as gay. You have to question how an orphaned 14 year old ended up on the streets and not in care or a foster home.

There don't seem to be any repercussions for "slushie facials," or really any of the bullying. Even when Kurt is being constantly harassed for his sexuality eventually leading to a threat against his life , the only adults willing to help seem to be his father and Sue Sylvester. Not that it works. This trope is most strongly embodied in Principal Figgins, who appears to have full-time possession of his own private Idiot Ball , though spare ones are available for all the other staff members in the school to use.

The stupidity of Figgins really stands out in the fact that he believes that Perky Goth Tina is a vampire, as well as having a father who is "King of the Asian Vampires". Tina routinely uses this ruse to get Figgins to do what she wants. Lampshaded in the episode "On My Way". When Karofsky tries to kill himself the faculty of McKinley conference in the principal's office. Among the things said, Sue says that she should've seen it coming, because she was principal when he was bullying Kurt and she knew something was up.

Will says that they were all hard on Dave because they thought he'd hurt Kurt, they just didn't imagine that he'd hurt himself. It wasn't our job to know. Then whose job was it? Son of a bitch. You know, you're really no help at all, you know that? Quadrophenia shows the other side of this- even though the plot opens with Jimmy asking for help from a therapist, preacher, and his mom, as events wear on it's implied even all but stated that the real problem is that he can't accept help.

As a work about youth, this makes perfect sense really, but considering his epiphany at the end, perhaps he can't be blamed for having to find his own way. In the Cool Kids Table game Creepy Town , the teachers supervising the kids setting up the haunted house are incredibly ineffectual, especially considering the dangerous weapons such as real axes and a flamethrower that they let the kids utilize. Keri's mom in game Bloody Mooney gets eaten by Mooney , the government agents both die fighting it , and her butler pisses himself in fear.

The teens are able to save the day by forcing it into a van and away from the light of the moon to de-transform it. Snuffleupagus was originally created as a way for children to relate to having an imaginary friend whom adults didn't believe in. Soderbergh's films often center the themes of shifting personal identities , sexuality , and the human condition. Scott has noted that Soderbergh has a critical interest in exploring the impact capitalist economies have on living an ethical life and the detractions associated with materialism.

Starting with Out of Sight , Soderbergh's heist films explore themes of vengeance, characters on a mission, and the morality of crime. You have to put the right crew together, and if you lose, you go to movie jail" the directer noted in When asked about the top eleven films he regarded among the best, Soderbergh listed the following, in order: The 5, Fingers Of Dr.

Soderbergh has worked with a variety of actors, composers, screenwriters throughout his career as a filmmaker. He has frequently relied on Jerry Weintraub to produce many of his films. Soderbergh is a vocal proponent of the preservation of artistic merit in the face of Hollywood corporatism. He believes that " cinema is under assault by the studios and, from what I can tell, with the full support of the audience".

He claims to not be a fan of possessory credits , and prefers not to have his name front and center at the start of a film. I've never had a desire to be out in front of anything, which is why I don't take a possessory credit. On Monday, April 5, , Soderbergh appeared before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives , and "cited the French initiative in asking lawmakers to deputize the American film industry to pursue copyright pirates," indicating he supports anti-piracy laws and Internet regulation.

Soderbergh is married to television personality Jules Asner , whom he often credits for influencing his female characters. He lives in New York City. Soderbergh's entire filmography is routinely analyzed and debated by fans, critics, film academics , and other film directors.

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