And it seems that they’re selling fairly well.
This article in the NYTimes says a lot.
But mostly it states that the heads of the big movie studios have finally figured out what the rest of us already knew; movies suck.
But not all movies, just 90% of them. And here’s the kicker, some of the bigwigs knew that they sucked, and still released them.
Should I laugh or cry at the knowledge?
For about two years, I think I went to the movies about…oh…once a week. Every time something new showed up, we would be there. Sorry, we is me and all the other people that were bored in Kanata.
That I know personally.
Anyway, we would go, even if it meant that we knew we would see something that might not be so great.
And we saw a lot of things that weren’t so great. But, I would say that about 50% of what we saw was good, at least worth admission.
This year, I don’t think I’ve seen nearly as many movies as I did last year.
And it’s not because of gas prices, my saving for a house, or any other factor other than 90% of what’s available, sucks.
And it sucks large.
It’s actually gotten to a point where my expectations are so low, if the movie makes me laugh once, or feel excited once, or doesn’t cause me to vomit…I’ve forgotten where I was going with that.
Maybe that’s the other problem. Short attention…thingy.