When convenient to the plot, movies just love to take normal everyday actions and make them suddenly the most complicated tasks ever.
Guys, we've gone and done it: we broke hipsters. Now we need a fresh new stereotype to joke about/lust after (depending on your alignment) for the next few years.
I wanted a job that utilized my skills learned from a lifetime of watching muscular men in burnt t-shirts save the world. Since I couldn't get a job throwing Hans Gruber off a roof, I decided to join the fire department.
Before 'Batman Forever' came and dropped a nuke-sized deuce on the legacy of the Dark Knight, there was going to be a Catwoman movie that would've made 'Batman Returns' seem sane.
You've probably seen 'scared straight' segments on some daytime talk show like 'Maury' before.
No matter how crazy soap opera medical dramas might be, none of them compare to the real world plotlines these folks experienced.
Sure, these people may currently be elbow-deep in janitor buckets, but at least they each have a story to tell.
In 1965, inspired by the unique and controversial opinion that cigarettes were terrible, Herbert A. Gilbert set out to create a logical solution: the electronic cigarette.
Disclaimer: If you are currently suffering from an immediate life-threatening condition, note that we are not condoning doing anything stupid like these.
All Subway ads with Jared are far, far creepier now.
Galactus and Transformers need a proper treatment accurate to the characters already.
If space doesn't kill you, snoring just might.
We'll go out on a limb here and say homelessness sucks. But what about the homeless in someplace beautiful, like Hawaii?
Everyone in 'The Simpsons' has four fingers. Well ... almost everyone.
You never know when some crap on your face is actually the mark of our prophesied savior.
These seem less like real crimes and more discarded plots from a John Grisham novel starring Rube Goldberg and his gang of drunk helper monkeys.
'Banned by the Super Bowl' is just another way of saying 'We couldn't afford the airtime.'
May my Kindle forgive me for what I have done to it.