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bob dennis
@Urbanlegends · 4:21

Bad direct to stream movies

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In each case, the filmmakers followed the same recipe take two or three attractive stars who may or may not have any chemistry, put them in a couple of sunny, scenic locations. Whether or not those locations make sense in terms of the plotting, sprinkle with stunts and some explosions, keep the tone light and quippy, and top it all off with a simple catchy title

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@FateSlicer815 · 4:57

Theatre movies suck as well

So there's definitely some downsides to streaming, but I will say there is a lot of crap that came out in cinema and in general. Now, since the dark times, I didn't go to a movie during the dark times. I don't remember what movie I went to before that, what my final movie was in the cinemas before that, but I can tell you what it was after that. The first movie after that was Top Gun. Saw it twice
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@FateSlicer815 · 2:52

We live in a reel’s generation

Another quick thought. We also live in a generation where I'll watch movies with people that are swiping reels the whole time. This generation has the attention span of a rat or a dog. I don't know what you would compare it to. If they aren't captured in ten to 15 seconds, they are out and to the next one. And you'll sit there and be watching a movie, and they'll be like, swipe, swipe, swipe, swipe
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bob dennis
@Urbanlegends · 0:58

@marklesserart

So basically, for about ten years of my life, every weekend, I was able to go to the outdoor theaters and watch the movies. It was what they used to call a twin screen. They had an east screen and a west screen, and whichever one had the grown up movie on the other screen would have a family movie on
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