PBS is being recklessly diabolical with their latest adventure into the animal kingdom.
Hollywood has embraced method acting to an absurd degree.
It turns out a lot of lesser annoyances in Hollywood are inherent in the filmmaking process.
Pop culture quotes give us the means to express ourselves when we're too dumb or lazy to come up with our own mouth-sounds. And even then we can't get it right.
Sometimes a poor casting choice makes a movie better by opening the doors to wild-but-plausible theories that completely change the way you look at a film.
Not only only are these weirdly specific. They're freakishly, pointlessly specific.
While we're being bedazzled by their good looks as they dodge explosions, we never notice how incompetent some protagonists really are.
The comments section should be nice and civil for this one.
Sometimes, a movie's internal logic requires such profound, universal stupidity it starts to feel insulting.
Every successful film deserves a sequel or ten. And sometimes, the sequel itself accidentally tells you everything about the whole franchise.
What if we told you that Dutch from 'Predator' was used as a template for the Terminator?