Making a Hollywood blockbuster for multiple countries isn't as easy as dropping the whole damn script into Google Translate.
Movies are most interested in exploring the central conflict. We're more interested in exploring the bizarre subcultures that would absolutely follow.
What is it, exactly, that we want out of these final two seasons?
Movie and TV characters can teach us important stuff totally by accident, and it’s high time we started looking at them as serious learning tools.
Unfortunately for Hollywood film editors, we're extremely curious about all the hilariously dumb stuff that inevitably happens in-between movie scenes.
Classic movie monsters helped propel the MCU to where it is today.
Sometimes we find ourselves in the awkward position of defending a movie against others pointing out plot holes that don't actually exist.
When a series becomes ridiculously popular, it's nearly impossible to separate it from some of its most notable aspects. But sometimes that's exactly what's needed to save them.
While adaptations can't always be 100 percent true to their source material, a few scenes in the show seem head-scratchingly incongruous.
When did the estrogenocide begin, and how come we got no advanced warning? A pox! A pox on those cervixecutioners and their fallopian agenda!