Sunday, July 17, 2005

Laziness... and smellovision

Making scents of box-office slump
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"But there were always bad movies. There were always dumb movies. Most movies have always been geared to teens. But our selective memory chooses to remember only the good movies.

Commercials are a serious problem. No argument there.

Cost is important, but DVDs are not cheap, and neither is a home entertainment center.

Young people have been acting rudely in darkened movie theaters since the beginning of time. It's the nature of the beast. Turn the lights down, and teenagers will make noise.

So, if it's not the quality of the movies, the cost of popcorn or the noisy teens, what is it?

It's laziness.

People have gotten very comfortable in their homes, and they need a good reason to leave it."
Another way of putting it all. I thought it at least worth repeating


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