The fact that "Bad Grandpa" knocked "Gravity" out of the top spot misses a bigger picture: two straight-ahead movies that don't fool or insult the audiences tell you something. Years ago I heard people were tired of being lied to. Or, in the film business, they just want a movie to declare itself, touch on buried meanings, but overall stick to the story. It's all about story. Which is why "The Counselor," sure to be nominated for many razzies, has almost none. Actually, elements are there, execution is there, coherence, logic, motive, and real characters are not.