Nick Fury isn't quite who he claims to be. They may as well call him MISdirector Fury. Get it?
Violence and big-boy language and huge bare asses can show up in almost any film, and even movies supposedly meant for kids can have some extremely messed-up stuff going on.
Who's running this cash-eating donkey show called Hollywood, anyway?
Either Hans is the most convincing sociopathic mastermind in Disney history, or other forces are at play.
'Robert Downey Jr. as Bozo' doesn't have quite the same ring to it.
J.K. Rowling wasn't exactly subtle when it came to foreshadowing.
Probably don't let your kids read this.
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.