Well, I have more than a couple, but I may as well start with the most "pressing" ones:
- Complaining About Shows and Movies Made (Primarily Within The Last Decade) You Don't Like - how do we keep this candidate on track without flopping face first into just being textwalls full of this?
- Remakequels are an established sub-type of Continuity Reboot - some of the aforementioned films were better than others, but in general there are various interactions between audience expectations (because let's be honest, that's clearly the core of this candidate) and whatever direction a series, work or franchise decides to go. In light of the above, would it be a better idea to focus the trope on the effect created by the dissonance between these sets of expectations and the reasoning behind it? For example, at what point of acknowledging previous works in a series do we enter "Memberberry" territory?