What if all of Reginald VelJohnson's police characters weren't different people?
Ledger's Joker was amazing, frightening, and, unfortunately, has become the go-to blueprint for every friggin' villain out there.
Presumably, 'Powerpuff Girls' got picked up only after they entered a clause in the contract specifying that there wouldn't be any tiny mutant orgies in it.
'John Carter,' for as cheesy as it was, really did its linguistic legwork.
The Simpsons' timeline is so insane, there's no way this isn't true.
The 'Expendables' is ripoff wall-to-wall karate and machine guns and has virtually no interest in linking events together with a narrative.
Thankfully, you don't have to actually open 'The Revenant' to understand the title.
It turns out those gorgeous movie types cosplaying as your favorite ink-and-paper creations are ruining them more than they'll ever know or care about.
A unified 'Inception'/'Matrix' connection makes a lot more sense than you think.
If it feels like I'm being hard on humanity, it's only because I care so much.
Beneath the wonder of powerful wizards, heroic sword fights, and enchanted jewelry, fantasy stories encourage some very dark ideas that usually fly right under our radar.
Maybe you haven't noticed, but almost every popular genre comes with its own bizarre gender hang-ups begging to be picked apart.