It's safe to say that few people were surprised to find that the world didn't end at midnight on Thursday, 12/21/12, as predicted by the ancient Mayans' long-count calendar and years of legend, but some people — celebs included — are thinking about the end of days, whether the Mayans were accurate or not.
No, it's not a new Charlie Brown-inspired remake called It's the Great Pumpkin, Milla Jovovich; it's just the star of the Resident Evil franchise shopping — and horsing — around with her hubby of three years, director Paul W.
More than two dozen stabs at a cinematic translation of Alexandre Dumas' epic saga of swashbuckling romance and intense camaraderie exist on record, some dating back as early as turn-of-the-century.
Very few things frustrate moviegoers more than lazy writing. This silent menace can manifest in many ways—inconsistencies in plot, trite dialogue, haphazard transitions, etc. Occasionally you’ll even see writers / directors try to achieve artistic subtlety by simply omitting details from their movies, thinking that neglecting to convey important information makes them mysterious and insightful, rather than just bad storytellers.