We understand that when movies air on television some pieces of dialogue need to be changed. However, sometimes the "edited for television" dialogue is either ridiculously nonsensical or way worse than what was originally said (not mutually exclusive).
#7. Kill Bill
The original line: My name's Buck, and I'm here to fuck.
Move over, Kierkegaard.
Have you ever been forced to tell a dumb lie to get out of trouble and then piled on even more insane falsehoods until you were crushed under a Jenga tower of your own deception? Well, no matter how screwed up your life is, know that you're well-adjusted compared to the one-man Coen brothers movie who was Donald Crowhurst.
Warning: His story is more Fargo, less Raising Arizona.
January is traditionally the worst month of the year for theatrical releases. It's like a Dickensian orphanage where Hollywood banishes all of its cleft-lipped failures to try and work off their debts until they're sold on street corners four months later. Here are the four you should never watch for any reason:
#4. Battle of the Year: The Dream Team
In Battle of the Year: The Dream Team, Chris Brown disguises himself as Sisqo and joins a break-dancing team coached by Sawyer from Lost, who apparently decided to trade a plane crash for a train wreck. The first 30 seconds of the trailer feature Chris Brown being loaded onto a bus and driven to prison, which is the only aspect of the movie that suggests the filmmakers are aware of current events and didn't come from space.
Modern sports stadiums basically double as shopping malls or luxury resorts. They are marvels of modern design that sometimes make the game being played within their confines seem like the least interesting thing you could be doing while you're there. Designing a stadium is an art, though, and the simplest mistakes can lead to absolute chaos for teams on the field. Mistakes like ...
#3. The Metrodome's White Plastic Bag Roof
A lightweight roof that's held up using a stream of air blowing from inside is a fine idea, provided your stadium isn't built in a place where large amounts of snow are known to accumulate. Minneapolis is not that place. But they do indeed have such a roof -- you might remember it from those videos of it collapsing like so many Minnesota Vikings seasons before it a couple of years back.