In some cases, filmmakers have disfigured literary figures so much that they're totally unrecognizable.
Why bother to act, when you can master a completely unnecessary skill instead?
Sometimes, the most magical of movie moments is created by a brilliant visionary simply giving up.
Acting is easy.
One of the overlooked benefits of CGI is that filmmakers have significantly less crap cluttering their sets.
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.
How is it possible that our most cherished movies have such creepy scenes?