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Author Appeal: He suggests this is the reason why Tom Hanks keeps being depicted as urinating or discussing the act in his movies, whether out of enjoyment of Toilet Humor or something sexual in nature.
Foregone Conclusion: His issue with Found Footage Films, as revealed in "No Happy Endings", is that for most films the very nature of the genre means that the main characters must die and leave behind footage to be found, thus removing all tension.
Innocence Lost: The topic of the similarly titled "Lost Innocence", in regards to Jennifer Connelly's character(s) in Labyrinth and Requiem for a Dream; if one interprets them as one full storyline, it becomes a story about a young girl manipulated by an older man who grows up to become a drug addict as a result.