How are you my friends?
Just wanted to exchange with you my thoughts. In recent years we have seen so many "stars" going to Hollywood in the hope of that one day they can become BIG star and afford themselves A HUGE crib in Monaco. And the movie business has gone mad. People out there create SO MANY movies each year, that they tear an audience apart. So, we have been cashing on approximately all tickets to see EACH movie which has been posted at Box Office.
Is there any end to that? Even in India, movies are created maximum 2 in a week. Is there gonna be a time, when we gonna have FEW movies but with real quality, with real acting skills, but not a bunch of people trying to be funny or trying to generate cash from flexible audience?
We can only dream we lived in LA and what was very disheartening is when you would interview new employees and asked them what there goals were or if you reviewed their resumes' many said they were aspiring actors/actresses it was the strangest thing for me. I guess in our own little world we are all aspiring actors and actresses and are waiting for our character to rise to fame.
yes, u are right, as W. Shakespeare once said we are all actors and life is a stage, but still it is unacceptabel, that these guys producing 24/7 (and not always good movies) and still get some money from you , from me , from audience.
The only barrier is for them to make very good trailer and here we go...we are all obssessed about that movie....
You have hit it right on the nose and it is ridiculous that we follow it. We need fresh new scripting and we need to see things that we have not ever seen, however I do not know if it is possible.
i guess it is impossible, but if we unite once , we can express that not every script/movie was successful. We going forward to animated movies (and action packed movies are the most ones which are being watched) , so i guess in 10 years time , we won't need any actors, only magic from computer....
These movies will be produced at such a rate if there is always a demand, which there is.
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