In a business full of endless reboots and remakes, maybe nothing in Hollywood gets recycled more than animation. Since cartoon characters aren't associated with any one actor (in the audience's mind) studios feel even more free to come up with endless revamps starring the same characters. But even with Hollywood's low, low standards, some shows wind up too ridiculous to see the light of day.
Being a movie villain is not easy.
The Romantic Comedy is like Hollywood's Chipotle menu, offering endless combinations of the same ingredients over and over.
In Zoolander , Ben Stiller plays a male model who only knows how to make one facial expression in front of a camera: Blue Steel.
Whether or not humans are the smartest species on the planet really depends on which animals and which humans you base it on. After all, sometimes when people match wits with members of the animal kingdom, it doesn't turn out well for the humans.
You know what the universe is? A total dick, that's what.
As we have previously mentioned , hilarious things happen when writers try to write characters who are smarter than themselves.
If there's one thing we've learned from our elders it's that death is a big shit sandwich, and we've all gotta scarf it down one day. Assuming you're not a robot who can simply transfer your consciousness into a new body when the Reaper comes a-knocking, you've probably spent a little time pondering what is going to take you out in the end.
If you're like us, you might sometimes have a problem with complex tasks, like trying to drive an ambulance and send a text message at the same time. But hey, at least most of us have figured out the simplest things that get us through the day, right?
As a species, we are tool makers first and foremost.
Piracy accounts for 31 percent of all Internet traffic and, regardless of your personal opinion on the issue, it really does suck for a lot of game developers.
Once again, if this seems ridiculous and alien, remember how many societies had (hell, still have) arranged marriages, often where the groom didn't see the bride's face until their wedding night. Wasn't the change from that to the modern method of getting matched up with girls by Internet dating sites just as strange?