Maybe kids would study foreign languages harder if they knew how many awesome jokes they were missing.
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.
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.
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.
Every story you've ever watched or read includes characters that are, in reality, based on somebody the writer knew. But you'd be surprised to see how totally out of left field the real-life inspirations often are.
Once you strip away plot conveniences and forget about how cool everything looks for a second, it becomes immediately obvious that virtually no futuristic facility in the history of cinema could possibly serve its intended purpose in real life.
It's a beautiful, chaotic brawl when viewed as a whole, and it's a Where's Waldo? of goofy stuff when examined up close.