Don't you hate it when one of your favorite movies ever, a movie that already has a couple of sequels from a few years ago (at varying degrees of Awesome) suddenly gets looked at by some studio exec and they say "That was fun! That made money! Let's do it again!" And you just know that they're totally going to ruin it? You can put down your whips, Indy fans, I'm talking about The Terminator.
Since I was outnumbered 4 to 1, I had to watch whatever my younger siblings wanted to watch on TV. This meant being tortured by The Dukes of Hazzard and, later on, by Voltron. At least Hazzard had Daisy Duke and car crashes. Voltron had nothing but tiresome repetition and the exact same ending every single episode. My brothers and sister thought this show was Heaven-sent. They even had the (admittedly cool) toy robot that came apart into the five pieces that created Voltron. I dredge up these painful TV memories from my adolescence because, thanks to the Transformers (robots I actually liked), Voltron is now becoming a slightly less expensive CGI-encrusted movie. New Regency has put the Voltron movie in turnaround, and it's getting taken over by developer Relativity Media to be made into a more moderately-budgeted film. (Yeah, that should work out well.)