prestige of a good movie
What kills the movie? No, not piracy, as some of our film sellers suggest. Computer games and social networks are the true enemies of the wide screen. We can not stretch the day. We can’t increase the number of days in a year. If modern kids hang up in networks or go through another quest, then when should they go to the movies? And it is unlikely that with age their habits will change.
Empty cinemas are killed not only by the inattention of the audience, but also by the predatory policy of the copyright holders, who take up to 90% of the proceeds from the distribution of films. That’s where the studio revenue growth comes from! As a result, cinemas are more and more like a strip bar, where the spectacle is just a way to earn money on a drink. On the other hand, the viewer has become more finicky and demanding. He does not like the ticketed seat in the hall. Continue reading