In the interest of full disclosure, there is a point in this experiment where I smear cream cheese all over a bran muffin because I thought it was vanilla frosting and a chocolate cupcake.
Special effects are way more special when they're real.
In our rush to be excited over the reemergence of movies we loved decades ago, we haven't stopped to ask ourselves one very important question: What the hell are we so excited about?
Adding Disney to anything will brighten up the scene, right? Wrong.
Creating a good hero or villain is a tricky balancing act. Unfortunately, a lot of people fail the act.
I'm about to do the impossible and heroically propose a way to save the entire 'Alien' canon once and for all ... 'Alien vs. Predator' included.
If you want to get the most out of a show, you have to hunt for the hidden shit.
This deal has way bigger implications than you might think.
We all fear change. But you know who fears it the most? Fanboys.
For decades now, scriptwriters have relied on the same stock characters, cliches and structures to produce lazy, formulaic films and shows that do little more than reinforce every negative stereotype about every segment of society imaginable.
These days we pretty much expect our movies to be almost entirely CGI. Minus a small scene or tw- What's that? Oh those are actually CGI also?
Why does the average person have no idea what kind of lifestyle his job should afford him? As usual, I blame Hollywood.
It's time to take the gold-tinted glasses off and look past the accolades.
Listen, the state of television is pretty abysmal. There are about five great shows right now, and a thousand just absolutely terrible ones. But, we can fix it.
Hollywood has been churning out film after film featuring unstable or absent moms, to the point that it's kind of become the norm in modern movies. It didn't happen by accident.