It's a miracle the Original Trilogy got made at all, given how much of a white-knuckle nonstop carousel of suffering it was.
The world is rapidly changing, and as a result, many things we took for granted are falling by the wayside.
Bad superhero films are a treasure.
Movies are hard to make. The times movies put insane work into little things that nobody ever noticed? Who will cry for them?
Which cast member has been ripping the most farts?
Sometimes older movies don't hold up because the screenwriters took a wild stab in the dark and hit something. The wrong something.
I'm not saying that a girl can't be the hero of a story because human traits would make her too fragile or weak. I'm saying that in these specific plots, the characters would totally act and react in a different way than what we got.
Even though posters are only supposed to be advertisements, some go the extra mile and sneak tantalizing mysteries into their art.
A surprising number of ancient, supposedly terrifying movie threats are easily treated with obvious, sometimes even moronic solutions which somebody should have figured out long ago.
We're now entering the mandatory hype period for the 'Jurassic World' sequel.
The 'comically lecherous middle-aged loser' has been a comedy staple so long that they probably turn up in cave drawings.
What began as a burst of glorious potential devolved into something hideous and often embarrassing.