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There's some saying about pointing at people but you're really pointing at yourself or whatever -- point being that our shit stinks too. And sometimes worse.
I know that I'm basically a cliche, and rather than being bothered by it, I find great pleasure in hyperconformity.
Every unique idea is seen as weird. Same ideas are the best ideas, no matter how often they fail. It's weird and shitty, and it seems to be the only way the industry works.
These fallacies have shown up on screen so often, people have started thinking those bizarre little porn tropes are what sex is.
It all comes back to monster movies.
We imagine some famous people have secrets so embarrassing, they'd do whatever it takes to keep them out of the public eye.
You only need to hop on Netflix and watch a few old episodes, perhaps while sipping Crystal Pepsi and sucking on a Push Pop, to see that things are kind of weird.
These people don't ever face mortality, because they're too busy giving it a wedgie and kicking its feet while it walks so it trips all over the place.
Here's a reminder of the batshit insanity that could potentially (hopefully?) take place in the next Avengers movie.
It turns out amidst all that filmmaking boogaloo there's some clandestine details that are pretty mind blowing.
The entertainment industry has a great way of being subtly racist while proclaiming their open-mindedness.
The entertainment industry has a great way of being subtly racist while proclaiming their open-minde...
Frolic with me through these stories of historical, murderous strangeness.
For celebrities, trying new things is fine, as long as you keep your freaky interests private.
Perhaps the most unsung secret to the franchise's success is how surprisingly traditional these films are when it comes to real-world stunts.
It's never too late. It's also never easy.
Sometimes an iconic trademark came about less by design and more by necessity.
Should the filmmakers sue themselves?
Thanks Google Earth, for finally making doublets and pleated undercoats obsolete.