We appreciate movies for their ability to keep us entertained for a couple hours. Sometimes, though, a couple hours seems unnecessary when when a plot can be resolved in a matter of minutes.
There's a line where a filmmaker goes from 'following the same formula' to 'remaking his own friggin' movie.'
When you focus only on a movie's mistakes, you are more likely to miss out on everything it does well, which may include powerful scenes of cinematic genius hiding in some of the most hated pieces of cinema ever made.
Nowadays we're so spoiled by CGI that we can't appreciate a good, well-executed special effect when it's blowing a dude's head up right in our face.
I think one or two crappy movies don't justify burning the entire franchise to the ground, flushing its ashes down the toilet, and then dynamiting that toilet to start over again.
You should pay attention to the comings and goings of celebrities, seeing as they can sometimes inspire the creation of some really awesome movies.
As a public service, before you go see TMNT and hop on Twitter to express your disgust, take a minute to reflect on these creepy buggers.
It turns out most of the original trilogy's most iconic elements came from completely random things.
They say a picture is worth 1,000 words. And sometimes also 'That one character who got 5 minutes of screen time totally deserves a full-length feature.'
If you Frankenstein-knit together all of the Episode VII rumors -- regardless of veracity -- you end up with THE MOST EXCITING STAR WARS TO STAR WAR IN THE STARS.
It's funny how we rewrite history to make the present look worse. Because that's simply just not the case.
We can't stress enough just how little you're paying attention during movies. Like, we're surprised you even remember what you just watched.