Fan theories! We love ’em! They take movies that we love (or not), that someone created and slaved over, and add whole other layers of meaning and depth to them that often the film maker’s never intended. And sometimes…dare we say it…they make the movies better than the producers could ever have done on purpose.
Here are eleven that are absolutely guaranteed to reshape not just how you see the movie, but life itself.
And because I’m exercising some level of self-control, only a few of these are about Star Wars. Continue reading 11 Fan Theories about movies that will completely blow your mind and reshape the way you look at life and reality itself
While the Enterprise is undergoing maintenance that requires it to be empty, a group of mercenaries attempt to steal an engine waste product to see it as a weapon. Only Picard, who by a coincidence is back on board, is free to attempt to stop them. Continue reading Star Trek: The Next Generation – Starship Mine [6.18]
There’s just no way around it. A Good Day to Die Hard (aka Die Hard 5) is a bad movie. But then, we knew that going in. We knew it’d be filled with over-the-top, unbelievable, self-parodying action. We knew it’d have a broad and simple plot and paper-thin characterizations, and probably would not make any internal sense. I mean, we’d seen Live Free or Die Hard, and that was already a bad movie. Continue reading A Good Day to Die Hard = Worse than you thought
2013 is shaping up to be a big year for movie / TV if you are fans of particular superhero, science fiction, or action-adventure franchises. And naturally, I am! I was thinking of all that I was anticipating this year, as well as a few things that I’m not really in order to fill out the numbers, and here is what I came up with. In ascending order of level of anticipation and excitement: Continue reading 2013: Sequels, continuations, and reboots
As I enjoyed dinner with my wife and some friends, we ended up having an interesting exchange. My friend mentioned the fact that Die Hard 5 is coming out on Valentine’s Day, and referenced the original Die Hard semi-jokingly as “the most important action film every made.” Continue reading “Die Hard is the most important action film ever”