As always, WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.
Until we get an awesome Russian Giant Robot movie, thereby completing cinema, here are six story elements other movies can try.
At their best, these movies are about extraordinary situations that require extraordinary men. At their worst, these plots were kicked into gear by people who sucked at their jobs.
We know that creative minds get their ideas from pretty much whatever random crap comes their way. This even goes for some of the most famous characters in recent pop culture history.
It turns out movie costumes are the perfect place to hide clever little Easter Eggs for film maniacs with too much free time to find and childishly geek out over.
Sexual imagery is amazing at eliciting a physical and emotional response from a viewer, one that probably mixes arousal and revulsion.
Not every filmmaker's passion project turns out to be 'Star Wars.'
Sometimes editing isn't just about maintaining the story's momentum; it's about skipping over parts that don't make any sense.
People don't seem to realize that sexism no longer exists today and both sexes are treated with complete equality, especially in the entertainment industry. If anything, men are the ones being discriminated against.
Ant-Man's only qualification for superheroing is being invented around the same time as tie-dye clothing and unprotected group sex, and being a worse idea than both.
My heart breaks not just for the obvious candidates -- your Eponines, your Bambis, your Misters T, and so on -- but for every sad character.