Sometimes, the best comedy is the kind you're least expecting.
We remember our favorite childhood movies with extreme fondness ... but only because we blocked out the terrifying parts.
Sometimes famous artists want to do horrible things to famous characters, probably out of jealousy.
We tracked down a startlingly honest mailman and learned some dirty truths about life as a member of the thin, blue, shorts-wearing line.
It turns out there's a lot of cheery tunes with very angry lyrics.
Movie characters always manage to succeed at something despite incredible odds ... especially when those 'odds' are logic, reason, and basic common sense.
It turns out some of our favorite movies are books that Hollywood 'ruined' in the eyes of their authors.
In today's busy world, we don't have time to read the entire synopsis on a film's Wikipedia page. We need that information before we're finished with our pumpkin spice lattes.
We narrowly averted disaster this time. I've asked my support crew to look into the matter and issue me some reports on the incident.
Loads of flicks are just teeming with interesting yet underused fictional entities that could easily carry a movie on their own.
Hollywood is notoriously resistant to change. You can blame at least some of that on the fact that every movie written for the last 20 years or so has followed the guidelines set forth in a single book.