Few TV and movie tropes can alienate audiences like "It was all a dream!" revelations. Adam Bulger runs down the list of this cliche's best and worst offenders.
Dream sequences can be amazing, as anyone who’s seen Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound can tell you. But most directors opt for quick and dirty dream scenes, which means audiences are treated to familiar sights whenever characters fall asleep in front of the camera.
How do you get a baby to go to sleep? The same way you get to Carnegie Hall: with a lot of practice. While babies don’t yet understand words, they can understand when it’s time for bed when parents have carefully put bedtime rituals in ...
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