|Originally posted by Meat187 |
There's nothing I hate quite as much as "the audience" and how every shit movie has a right to exist because its what the fucking audience wants these days.
What Hollywood does is giving a prisoner nothing but water and bread to eat and then saying "There's no need for any other food, after all he likes what he gets, eating it every day!"
I didn't say it had a right to exist, I just explained the reason, which I suspect you already knew. If you want quality films, they're out there, just don't look to Hollywood. It's like ordering a rare prime rib at McDonalds.
|Originally posted by The17sss |
Yeah but I wasn't saying anything about militant homosexual agendas or oppressing conservative values. It's just turning into an annoying sell of what's now a cliche. Hollywood doesn't get that their reality isn't reflected in mainstream America, but they try try try nevertheless to keep putting lipstick on that pig. That's why movies like this and all those anti war films bomb at the box office (see Green Zone, Rendition, In The Valley of Elah, etc.).
Most of Hollywood is a cliche, why can't they have theirs too? These themes are representations of many lives in America. If you dislike it so much, let your feelings be justified in dismal box office sales if it turns out that way. The people behind these movies want to make them and obviously have investors that agree.
P.S. I loved Green Zone