There is a substantial amount of great filmmaking that was beaten to death by its evil twin.
Fleming's Bond is insane. And it's that insanity which renders a few of Fleming's plots unfilmable.
Watching Netflix almost always results in a feeling of lasting satisfaction about a life well lived.
I don't regret the 42,000 minutes that I've spent on anime, because, for the most part, it brought me joy. This is a column about why some anime rules.
These truths be harsh, but remember, it's for the greater good of your sanity.
Some one-liners are so atrociously awful that they deserve some special recognition.
Explosions in movies have an amazing power. They can make a scene more intense or authentic or awesome or completely and entirely dumb.
One character having one amazing line can redeem a garbage film. It's even better when that line translates to other movies.
What in the world happened? Have Disney and Universal finally hoarded all the marketable franchises to form an unbeatable uber-duo like a corporate Tango and Cash?
Long, irregular hours plus a distinct lack of salad bars and Planet Fitnesses at most highway service stations mean touring entertainers must either scarf Big Macs while doing pushups on the roof of their car ... or get creative.
This just proves one thing: The whole of everything is stupid.