People don't seem to realize that sexism no longer exists today and both sexes are treated with complete equality, especially in the entertainment industry. If anything, men are the ones being discriminated against.
Ant-Man's only qualification for superheroing is being invented around the same time as tie-dye clothing and unprotected group sex, and being a worse idea than both.
My heart breaks not just for the obvious candidates -- your Eponines, your Bambis, your Misters T, and so on -- but for every sad character.
Adam Sandler's sense of humor actually had to get legal approval.
Sometimes the biggest obstacle heroes have to face ... is themselves. And no, we're not talking about some poetic inner struggle BS ...
Humans have been making movies for 130 years, and in that time we've pretty much exhausted every story or character that could appear on film. So now we've moved onto food.
How dare you make a movie this stupid and assume people would want to see more.
When all you have is a big green wall behind, sometimes you just don't know what kind of movie you're really making.
The following article contains movie spoilers. Then again, if you really need to be told that an article about movie spoilers contains movie spoilers, you kinda deserve to have these films ruined for you.
It's not uncommon for movies and television to slip teachable moments into our entertainment. But what happens when these messages fail and end up communicating the exact opposite of what the creators intended?