Sometimes children's movies seem to completely forget that consequences exist.
Someone needs to make a 'Phantom Menace' / 'Force Awakens' supercut ASAP.
In person, it seems as though the X-Men are actually uncannily dorky.
Despite being primarily written by men, movies and TV shows have some pretty cockamamie hang-ups about the human willy.
One dinghy was all Stannis needed to put his frigid butt on the Iron Throne.
While it's certainly not ethical to steal someone else's idea, cribbing movies from yourself is less of a crime.
It seems like these particular villains went into their dastardly schemes determined to fail -- or to at least extend the story to feature length.
Despite the best efforts of the genre, most romantic comedies don't even come close to replicating the feelings of real love.
Screw another superhero movie, when are we going to get the next 'Gosford Park'?
A lot of the sci-fi scenarios Hollywood makes us think await us aren't just wrong -- when you look at the actual science involved, you learn that they're the opposite of what's likely going to happen.
Directors are always looking to make that next great war movie. Unless it's about the Korean War. Then no one is wanting to do that.