We can all probably agree that we don't want to live in the kingdom with the talking hyenas.
When we can't even play video games to escape doing work, life is truly depressing.
Grocery stores are better at screwing with your head than they are keeping their shelves stocked.
Unless you're a billionaire playboy or, like, super-duper strong, living in a superhero movie is like playing Russian Roulette.
90s movies, like Heavyweights and Hook, were great tutorials on how to torture and murder adults while making kids believe all those violent acts of trauma wouldn't leave any permanent damage.
If this "all Arnold Schwarzenegger movies are in the same universe" fan theory turns out to be true, the Terminator has an unhealthy obsession with Danny DeVito
If you're wondering why all your 'Friends's and 'Seinfeld's and 'Mad About You's disappeared, you can thank Osama.
As far as TV/Movie villains go, If faced with picking Cersei Lannister from Game of Thrones, The Joker from The Dark Knight or Scar from Lion King OR... let's say Donald Trump as your president, the clear choice is pretty obvious... It's the Borg.
Marvel movies leave more mysteries than they solve. Like, whose job was it to tell Captain America his heroics did precisely nothing to end World War II? And when's the last time The Hulk was able to have an orgasm? And who taught Star-Lord about puberty? Man, this is awkward.
Time-traveling might be a great idea on paper but, upon closer examination, it's probably best to stick to your own space-time continuum where you can make a BLT without being burned at the stake for being a witch.
There are plenty of discussions out there about who the best Disney Princess is, but let's have an honest conversation about who the best Prince is and which one you would want to date. Or, you know, at least who the best is out of Beast from Beauty and the Beast, Prince Charming, Simba, Aladdin, and the one from 'Little Mermaid.'
Think time travel is confusing? Marty McFly has nothing on a week in the life of Ripley from Alien. Or Nick Fury.
Modern movie ghosts seem pretty considerate. Like, the ghost from 'Sinister' seems like a pretty patient babysitter. Who wouldn't want that?
Soren, Katie, Michael, and Daniel argue the pros and cons of being a ghost in the films Ghostbusters, Casper, Ghost, and the less-than-classic R.I.P.D.
The gang gets together for a frank discussion of what happens after you die (in movies like Disney’s Hercules and Bedazzled), on a quest of spiritual discovery to uncover which movie has the best version of being in the bad place for eternity.