If you're watching someone having violence inflicted upon them, chances are that it's terrifyingly real.
Judging by his preproduction work, Guillermo del Toro's 'Hobbit' would've been infinitely better than the awful, Legolas-obsessed versions we got instead.
From the moment the film begins, Marlin has to deal with so much crap it's a miracle he doesn't strap Nemo to the anemone and keep watch 24/7.
TV show finales have a grand tradition of sucking.
P.S. And everybody lived horribly ever after.
Emmet's success in 'The Lego Movie' shows that everyone is talented and interesting and extraordinary ... but everyone's personality and actions are preordained by higher beings.
Voldemort was a goofy-looking noseless baldo foolishly attempting a revolution in a world that would descend into a never-ending whirlwind of madness.
The STAR WARS EXPANDED UNIVERSE has vanished. Thus, with a blank slate and endless possibilities to explore, we're soft-rebooting A NEW HOPE.
There's a difference between glossing over the deaths of faceless goons and completely yadda-yadda-ing the destruction of Alderaan just to get to the next big action sequence.
Like it or not (and regardless of what Rotten Tomatoes says), your perception of a movie is forever tethered to the hunk of meat and hair that is your body.
Deep philosophy can be found in all of Pixar's movies. Except 'Cars.' Get bent, 'Cars.'