When done in real life, many of the tricks used by onscreen singletons to successfully woo potential lovers can get you put away for a long time.
It's hard enough to make a good movie or TV show, but apparently some of the stuff you watch or listen to also contains secret hidden messages that only close examination will reveal. Or, at least, that's what countless conspiracy theorists around the internet would have us believe.
There's a problem with NBC's formula: by basing a show around a single secret, interest will inevitably deflate and grow floppy once that secret is revealed.
It honestly might not be legal to make a film like this any more.
It's like Hollywood was trying to make the Mortal Kombat movies appear legitimate.
'So what do we do about this whole international crime syndicate still hanging around?' 'Meh. Roll to credits.'
If they greenlit Schindler's List today, it'd be about an assassin named Schindler, his large-breasted sidekick, and his list of high profile targets. In 3D. POSTproduction 3D.
WARNING: The following article contains historical speculation from a comedy website.
Darth Vader's wakeboarding montage would really have broken the flow of Empire. Still, we wish they included it in the theatrical release.
Hollywood's most frustrating films to watch are the ones that are one character away from being perfect. Whether it's a wacky sidekick or a sassy kid, they always suck the life out of the film.