When it comes to events the shaped the world into what it is today, nothing comes close to the 1970s.
Clearly movie posters are being handled by the idiot studio intern whose office is a spider-filled broom closet.
Even the deepest displays of on-screen camaraderie you've grown to enjoy could hide real-life enmity and feuding.
We talked to one cast member to find out what really happens when people stop being polite, and start being completely aware that they're on television.
Sometimes, a movie or a TV show will throw every piece of foreshadowing it has into the very first scene knowing you won't see it until years later.
'Zootopia' is easily the best animated comedy about racial discrimination that I've ever furtively masturbated to in the back of a movie theater.
I have a degree of confidence I would describe as fair to middling that Food Network was constructed specifically by Satan himself.
Here at Cracked, we like to deal with world-changing, philosophical questions. Like, what's the deal with Krang from 'TMNT'?
It turns out there's a lot of insanity hidden in the scripts for even the best movies.
The Purge has turned into one of the most consistently entertaining film series' in recent memory, and that success led me to a fairly obvious question this weekend: Would the Purge actually work in the United States?
Some things you can't just hand wave away, Hollywood.
This failure of movie trailers was a team effort by all of us.
If it weren't for Mowgli, there would be no communication between animals and humans and no whimsical stories that would teach generations of children to look at their non-talking pets with disappointment.