DC movies have built a reputation for being humorless and dark.
Sometimes cartoons have to literally throw adults a bone to keep them interested.
After more than two decades since the classic original duology, the 'Terminator' series is back.
Certain groups, whose names we shall not mention, have made careers out of pointing out the ridiculous stuff pulled by Hollywood screenwriters who don't want to put in the time or effort to produce a credible scene.
Some of the most iconic special effects in movie and TV history were achieved not through complex camera techniques or computer animation, but by throwing unlikely (and often gross) combinations of food products together.
When your brain starts randomly hearing video game boss fight music, it drastically changes the way you enjoy movies and TV shows.
The average action movie villain has the self-preservation instincts of an extremely drunk moth.
A supervillain plan to destroy the world is idiotic by default because, well, where are they going to live?
Being a superfan means knowing more, and getting more, out of what you love the most.
Some movies seem solid at a glance, yet spend so much time belaboring their point that they accidentally ruin whatever they were trying to say.
If you decide you want to devote a weekend to ruining your own sanity, settle in for a marathon of dog movies on Netflix.
Sequels have the potential to take their characters to new and exciting places, but an unfortunate trend has found them Groundhog Day-ing their way through familiar adventures.