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Real Name: Nathan Kamal
Member Since: March 29th, 2012
About Me: I write soundtracks for fictional movies and science fiction rock operas about my cats. I also co-founded Asymmetry Fiction for your weird fiction needs.
If a game takes place in a real country, wouldn't it be worth it for the developers to spend a few minutes skimming that country's Wikipedia page?
Filmmakers have wasted plenty of time and resources answering questions which few asked and nobody really needs answers to.
A lot of the sci-fi scenarios Hollywood makes us think await us aren't just wrong -- when you look at the actual science involved, you learn that they're the opposite of what's likely going to happen.
Sorry, Mel Gibson, but Leslie Nielsen pulled off a far better version of 'The Patriot' decades before you did.
In case you needed further proof that Matthew McConaughey is the coolest guy ever.
If you didn't think we could tie the origins of Judaism to 'Star Wars,' then, well, hold on to your space butts.
Turns out movies like 'Fried Green Tomatoes' and 'Cocktail' are a lot more sinister and depressing than we first thought.
Some incredibly successful people can only get work done under conditions so bizarre or idiotic that anyone else would be driven insane within minutes.
Pop culture history can be a little light on the 'history' part -- and if you revisit the 'official' versions of a few of these cultural milestones, you might find a few very big parts of the story missing.
Working is hard. You know what's not hard? NOT working.
Hollywood has embraced method acting to an absurd degree.
We're being set up for another Disney Renaissance.
Even the worst directors in the world don't get there out of nowhere.
Pop culture is full of characters that everyone agrees are terrible. But how warranted is the hate?
Sometimes, actors try out roles so absurdly against their strengths, and whiff them so hard, that it defies belief.
Sure, writers and directors know a little something about 'art,' but studios knew a little something about 'making a movie that people would actually watch.'