Cutting your movie for a PG-13 rating only results in tragedy.
"Skate or die, b!tch"
"It's always a sunny day, when Christopher Robin comes to play."
Once again, humans cannot figure out how to just leave nature alone.
Don't feel bad about how much you do or do not like a forgettable reboot.
"Atmosphere? People don't come here for atmosphere..."
Such a sorrow, this sad state of Star Wars...
Why does a grounded drama about motherhood need a twist? You got me.
A film where "it's just giant robots fighting monsters, what did you expect?" is a more valid excuse than the first one.
The creators of Veep set their sharp comedic wit on America's favorite enemies.
The bland story of an icon results in a contradictory rhetoric.
Adulthood only gets boring if you let it.