Like flesh-and-blood people, a lot of our most cherished cinematic heroes have weird, disturbing characteristics we somehow chose to overlook.
No matter what obscure corner of the galaxy you warp to, some things never change.
If we could absorb epic fighting skills through movies, we'd still be screwed.
A movie set is still a workplace environment.
These genres have always been more willing to take on serious issues, but the racial allegories are often terrible.
Some actors are destined to get typecast.
Generations of children have adored Snuffy for his gentleness, but little do they know he harbors a dark, carnivorous secret.
It's critically important not to put anything in a kids' movie that could accidentally scar children for life. Sometimes it takes Hollywood a few drafts before they nail it.
Blade, under its layers of rad trench coats and vampire raves, has way more to say on the subject of race than you'd think.
Some books contained scenes so nonsensical, stupid, or dong-filled that filmmakers didn't even try to put them in their adaptations.
The reality is usually that these actors barely tolerated each other, and things only deteriorate from there.
Those with even a passing awareness of internet outrage culture know that this time around, the new Doctor is a woman.