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Bob Durst had a penchant for the the kind of cartoonish evil of somebody who lives in an impenetrable force field made of dollar bills.
There's Ziro the Hutt, who George Lucas suggested be a Hutt version of deceased homosexual author Truman Capote, because George Lucas clearly hadn't run out of ideas after those Japanese trade aliens.
It is nearly impossible to ground superhero movies in any kind of 'hard' science.
There's a special subcategory of knockoff merch based on beloved children's franchises that replaces the expense of licensed toys with something affordable, and the family-friendly fun with something utterly nightmare-inducing.
You know the drilling. Warning. Spoilers. All that jazz.
Add the following to your boozing arsenal and soon you'll be the MacGyver of getting totally blasted.
A Swedish action movie about Hitler, Vikings, dinosaurs, and time travel is coming out. What more do you need?
The messy truth is that we're ALL capable of making the same kinds of stupid reasoning jumps when pulled in the right wrong direction.
Here we are, yet again, with stories that prove Internet news has not lost its charming habit of being 10 times worse than any embellishing anchorman.
The film's hype, marketing, and message has beckoned me back to the forgotten time of 1997.
2015 is shaping up to unleash some surefire Hollywood blockbusters on us, and the knockoff film producers of the world are wasting no time, energy, or thought in their rush to cash in.
Sure, these inventions might make you look completely ridiculous today, but such is the price of progress.
The resulting marriage between the highest and lowest technologies is a union you wouldn't call holy, unless you were referring to actual holes.