Thursday, June 30, 2005

Slump & dump to the markets.

Where's quality?
Numbers stack worldwide about tent-pole films of our usual summer times.

It has everybody worried for the aftermath of a cyclic variation. Looking for reasons or explanations seem to be a convenient way to let some steam out on the products themselves. When all they had to think is this...

1) Flood a market with something and anything, it must absorb the pattern.

2) Moviegoers want better, faster and value.

3) Medium ways; Screenings, Rentals, DVD, Data streamings.

Are we to believe the artforms are on a serious path to find an alternate process?
And if so... should they be altered to answer "modern" needs or expectations?

Back to the drawing boards, i guess.

Where there's evolution, the mind reacts. The magic of it being, the present forms are morphing into a new process.

As interactive or pro-active it could have been for years!

Bring it on, we'll anticipate and factor in those slumps only if we CAN control people's hopes for a change so fundamental, it makes celluloid and binary look pale compared to what can really be produced.

And, then... dump it. For cinema's sakes and the creativity we cashed out instead of letting it happen.

We're on the edge and we will brake all the limits.

Entertainment follows us or fails.


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