A film director's job is to provide a nuanced evaluation of a movie's strengths and limitations. And even sometimes, it's just to reassure readers that taking their kids to see, say, "Space Jam 2: A Legacy" won't make them want to try to overdose on stale theater nachos. There is also the need to make a connection with other people who survived that comes from sitting through a relatively boring film.

Everyone enjoys watching movies. They're a hit with everyone. From crime fiction to explorations, humor to horror films, movies are a part of every day, and the film industry is expanding all the time. Take a look at famous movies and how they had ding-dong real-world consequences.

The release of the second trailer for The Phantom Menace was a watershed moment not only for Star Wars fans but for the entire internet. So scroll down and read more. Here's the complete story, as well as 14 others:

Spam, in the online sense, comes from a classic Monty Python sketch. In the sketch, set in a cafeteria, the word spam starts to replace all others on the menu, and soon the dialogue is literally like spam spam spam and spam. CRACKED.COM

Source: IETF

Apparently, Black Widow made a lot of people more interested in hair dye. According to a UK beauty retailer, Google data shows a 163% increase in interest in red hair dye since the movie got released on July 9. CRACKED.COM

Source: CBR

In the '90s, watches were huge partly because of action movie stars. Watches were marketed by the likes of Ahnuld and Stallone, who had huge wrists, which influenced the trend of wearing oversized watches. CRACKED.COM

Source: GQ

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