So why does Hollywood keep making sequels that nobody wants? The phenomenon makes way more sense if you think of it as a really expensive addiction.
Movies are like hot dogs; they pass through a lot of mystery hands before you get to consume them.
The fictional mentor creed: Phone it in and hopefully they'll die.
'Lucy' is a classic comedy that, under the surface, shows you that no matter what you do you can't fully escape your past.
There are basic elements of these movies that you probably took for truth just because you've seen them over and over, for decades.
What the balls happened to this genre? How is it that the original 'Blair Witch' managed to remain the highest-grossing found footage film by a large margin?
Let's take a moment to celebrate the projects that only got made because the filmmakers went a little crazy.
The greatest horror protagonists are actually the actors in the background that we get only a glimpse of before we go back to the main story about unsafe summer camp conditions.
Characters in movies say things all the time that you and I don't say, because our lives aren't dictated by a script some coke-head wrote out on a napkin at Starbucks.
The MCU has avoided dealing with some of the inevitable life-changing implications of its stories.
The following pieces of trivia have been repeated so often that they've all been accepted as fact, even though in reality they're just as stupid
While children need to learn that life isn't all baby-powered sunshine and rainbows, we're still pretty sure we could've done without these.
Sometimes cutting scenes can save a movie from epic stupidity. And sometimes cutting scenes can save these films from plunging into a bottomless hole of sadness.
Just like in the real world, these fanciful Hollywood inventions would have terrible unforeseen consequences that would make living in a sci-fi universe a waking nightmare.