In ther real world, neither would be the better choice.
Since most of us don't have the slightest clue about the judicial system, we just take Hollywood's word for it. Their no good, filthy word.
He talks like that to keep from crying.
Sure, Raimi may have done a fine job with the first two films, but it takes a real Spider-man fan like me to completely capture the character. His web-slinging, his trademark wit, a third thing- this script has it all.
Greedo shot Lucas!
The movies never show you the guys paid to write good reviews of the Mastermind's book on Amazon.
We expect a certain level of medical farfetchery on TV and in the movies. But this sort of unrealism doesn't really hurt anything other than our intelligence, unlike these Hollywood medical myths, which could hurt you to death:
Hollywood loves to treat us like we're a bunch of five-year-olds. And they get away with it because we fall for their bullshit all the time.
I half expected Watson to sigh at one point and mutter 'Two weeks out from retirement, and then psychotic freemasons try to kill parliament and reclaim America. I'm gettin' too old for this shit.'
Believe in yourself and you can perform brain surgery!
Christmas is the perfect time to disappoint your children.
In our never ending quest to expose fictional cinematic incompetence, we're going to take a hard look at characters from The Lord of the Rings trilogy who screwed the pooch at key moments.
Until the last 40 minutes of Avatar, there's never been a James Cameron aerial battle, all swooping and banking and pew-pew in grand Lucasian style circa 1977. And then he does it, and it is fucking glorious to behold.