I know that there are a lot of nerds out there that think Joss Whedon can do no wrong and, trust me, I'm a fan, too (with a genuine fondness for Buffy, Firefly, Cabin in the Woods, Toy Story, and The Avengers), but Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has lost its way and is losing me as a viewer. Maybe it's not your fault (I could blame your brother or ABC or Marvel), but I am increasingly putting off watching my DVR recording of the show cause I'm just not that interested anymore.
Just watched A Good Day to Die Hard (Die Hard 5) a few days ago. This isn't a movie review column, so I won't go into why, despite the fact that the original Die Hard is one of the best action movies ever, the latest installment is a murky, boring, and unlikeable movie ranking as one of the worst action movies of all time (unless you have a car crash fetish). But it highlighted some of the thoughts that I had been mulling recently about the isssue of collateral damage in movi