The closest any of us will ever get to our idols is when their bodyguards rough us up for trying to get an autograph. Most of us, anyway.
RANDOM RUSSIAN BAD GUY: 'Did you just punch me with your hair?' (dies)
We spend so much time here debunking silly things we see in fiction that it's easy to forget how truly ridiculous real life is in comparison. Even the silliest, most implausible characters or plots from action movies have come true.
It turns out that the most iconic scenes in some classic films (or even in the entire careers of the guys who directed them) are totally lifted from other movies you probably haven't seen.
Jews in science fiction usually come off pretty badly. So I decided to examine five science fiction universes inhabited by either actual Jews or characters meant to represent Jews, and rank them from least to most favorable.
I hate speaking negatively about any writers, or musicians, or director or artists of any guide. But these folks need to chill out.
There's something to be said about the sacred nature of a superhero's origin story. It's the one thing that Hollywood won't mess with. (Unless it's too disturbing to put on camera.)
â€˜The Dark Knight Risesâ€™ and â€˜Iron Man with some other losersâ€™ (aka â€˜The Avengersâ€™) prove that despite everything they claim, the internet loves sequels and the 1 percent. Every time I see two heroes in proximity I have to decide who'll win, because I've found a way to get paid for remaining a child. Anyways, I've settled on a winner, a
While the protagonists of kids movies are learning important lessons and living happily ever after, some overlooked characters end up suffering fates that are often worse than death.
Some in-costume, on-set photos are funny because they're out of context, some are fascinating in a behind-the-scenes sort of way, and some are neat because seeing them absolutely hurts the film from which they come. All of these are in that third category ...
Allow us to present the following traumatizing scenes from cartoons around the world. (Because we like the taste of your despair.)