The next time you're trapped in a building with German terrorists, remember that you'd be better off not trying to do any of these things.
It's hard to blame the internet for spoiling movies when these movies did it to themselves.
Is the sudden, raging success of this genre a sign of a toxic corruption in the collective soul of our society? Probably!
It turns out there are some horrible implications behind all that awesome technology and progressive ideology that are never addressed.
So before you quit your day job and move to LA, let us tell you about the filmmakers who put their blood, sweat, and tears into something great, only to be rewarded with nothing but a middle finger.
As counterintuitive as it sounds, there is only one way to make a great Superman movie, and that's to make a movie about someone other than Superman. Let me try to explain.
Horror is, perhaps more than any other genre, often dissatisfying. Every year the same old monsters slouch into theaters.
Sometimes the characters in these movies seem to know less about what they're doing than we do, and for every sensible decision they make, they stumble through a series of catastrophically terrible blunders that defy explanation.
Heroic movie characters stand up for what they feel is right, and they stick to those beliefs until it's inconvenient not to.
Bad news: The explosion of big-budget superhero movies is a bubble that seems poised to burst. How do we know? Because it's happened before.