The title of the TV show â€˜Grey's Anatomyâ€™ is what you would get if someone with brain damage free-associated the words â€˜Greyâ€™ and â€˜medicalâ€™ and tried to explain their thought process.
But I'm not looking for sequels just for the sake of making sequels. Some movies leave amazing little ideas completely unexplored, because sometimes there's just too much awesomeness to cram into one movie. That's what I'm talking about.
We have a feeling that Harry Potter is never going away. Which is fine because we love talking about how pants-crappingly terrifying that whole universe is.
Occasionally, a movie chooses to kill completely innocent characters in the most horrible way possible for no discernible reason.
Perhaps the most important question that shows like Sherlock, House, and Luther raise is this: What's the difference between being a troubled, misunderstood soul, and just being an asshole?
It's hard to imagine the Predator or Jabba the Hutt as anything other than the iconic beasts we know and love. But they and others evolved from ideas that at the concept stage were very, very different. And very, very stupid.
We blame it all on 'Tommy Boy.'
If you're ever employed in an Alien film, be on your toes ALL THE TIME.
Here are six absolutely real and completely insane proposed sequels that were fortunately never made.
If we told you that the man behind some of the cheapest, crappiest and most ridiculously named movies ever made is also responsible for classics like The Godfather, would you believe us? You totally should.
Everyone assumes that directors and writers get to decide what goes into a movie, but a lot of times the movie star is the most powerful person involved with a project. For instance, when Jim Carrey wanted to make a movie about his favorite number, The Number 23 hit theaters across the country. A much more entertaining abuse of this star power occu