Despite the obvious superiority of gritty reboots, many old shows and movies are still lying around uselessly in stupid non-darkness, waiting for Hollywood to sprinkle them with some harsh, family-killing reality.
Sometimes it's hard to not notice the idiot logic being presented on the screen.
Here are four movies that define my favorite, previously unnamed literary device: the 'Trans-Redemptive Symbol.'
There's lots of unintended hilarity in television, but we call these bloopers and usually don't see them. What you're about to see don't even qualify as mistakes.
With the advent of smartphones, the innovative idea of taking pictures of your genitals with them, and ease of hacking, the likelihood of seeing famous people's dirty bits has increased exponentially.
Turns out lots of famous movies were pretty close to being so irredeemably dumb that no one would have watched them.
I thought I owed it to movies to talk about some behind-the-scenes moments that make things better.
Not all sequels are some sort of official corruption of creativity ... because sometimes they're not official at all.
Every movie villain seems like they have it pretty together. Well, almost ...
Spoiler warning? We guess?
I get a limited number of days on this Earth, and binge-watching Netflix is where one of them went.
The Disney/Pixar partnership has created an empire of amazing stories and epic cuteness. But every empire has to fall, doesn't it?