'Screw you and the spinoff TV series you rode in on. I didn't invent this shrinking formula just so it could fall into the wrong hands.'
Sometimes it is possible to improve upon perfection.
Sometimes, you need to double-check those so-called kids' films, lest you plop the spawn down for happy-time viewing and wind up inadvertently corrupting them.
As Cracked's foremost 'Space Jam' Authority and Occasional Wearer Of Shoes, I obviously have a lot of issues here.
Movie romances leave us feeling warm and fuzzy, but really only because we never stop to think about them.
Some villains opt to skip the over-complicated planning and instead go for schemes that make no sense right from the very first nefarious laugh.
How much better would our favorite movies be if there weren't any language restrictions?
Not even the fun movies and shows you grew up with can escape the grittiness of the modern world.
What happens when you take commercials and ground them in reality?
Welcome to Dictatorship 101. Please take a seat. (You don't have a choice.)
The beloved OT was never meant to be seen as a great artistic achievement. Not until our collective nostalgic hive mind decided it had to be, anyway.
Like any American classic, it's borderline impossible to appreciate this on your own. You need a guide for a masterpiece this dense.
Close captioning has been an amazing innovation for those who need it, but an even better innovation for those of us who love unintentional comedy.