Remember you need to watch 41 hours of 'Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.' to understand any of this.
All too often, ideas are sucked dry and left to die in a soggy gutter.
The next time my shrink smugly asks about my woods/children practices, I'll be ready with an answer.
Ever since someone from the days of VCRs discovered the joy found by rewinding certain scenes over and over again, life has been much more hilarious.
Whether it be because of some irrational fear, bizarre superstition, very specific form of vanity, or other reason only they know, some actors do the exact same thing on every poster.
While we don't expect our bad guys to be infallible geniuses, we at least expect them to not be actively tripping all over themselves like Super Dave Osborne.
As a job title,
Oh the wondrous joys you'll find when utilizing the pause button.
Why do a bunch of us find the photorealistic carnage of today's movie trailers so unappealing? Well ...
Whether the original was a beloved novel or popular comic, Hollywood seems to take a perverse kind of pleasure in butchering it. But in the name of fairness, we should take a moment to celebrate all those times they got it right.
Apparently some of the greatest films in history have some of the biggest cop outs for endings.
All the evidence is laid out pretty well in the movie.
Rolling with a posse can be tough, especially if you aren't the leader.