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.
We get that movies aren't real. But that doesn't stop us from demanding as much logical consistency as possible.
Some unexpected films actually contain interesting commentary on the world around us.
The world is full of bad guys who can only be stopped by good guys, presumably ones with guns or kickboxing training.
The real G.I. Joe was nothing like his plastic counterpart. Yes, there was a real G.I. Joe.
When exactly was it decided that cartoons are for kids?
Every once in a blood moon, when you see a really insane shot in a movie, there's an even more insane story behind it.
As it has done, and as it will do until the end of time, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is gonna kill it in 2018.
There are some crazy tales behind all that assorted background crap.