These cartoonish, over-the-top evil schemes that are still less horrifying than their real-world counterparts.
Disney's story ends what Tolkien started.
The one things today's fans seem to have forgotten: It's about the journey.
Yeah, we are getting more "strong" women in movies, but there are some truly bizarre things writers just can't get past.
Creating a children's character should be a relatively straightforward process. Until you freebase bath salts.
No one can blame the new 'Star Trek' movies for muddying up the franchise. That bar was already set pretty high.
Did prolonged childhood abuse cause everyone's favorite dimwitted lothario from 'Frineds' to become a sex-addict-turned-predator?
Even the weavers of cinematic dreams aren't above soullessly dickish moves.
Sometimes a villain just flips the whole script on the story being told.
Songwriters can be messed up people, too messed up for PG rated content.
Checking in on the heroes of your youth can be depressing pill to swallow.
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.