At no 3 The Irishman has 215 million hours which means at 3.5 hrs runtime it has been watched 61.7 million times as a movie in whole, where as the kissing booth 2 is at no4 with 209 million hours and at a runtime of 2hrs and 14 mins means its been watched 93.5 million times as a movie. Technically it's been watched more times as a movie in whole than the Irishman... I'm not sure if hours is the way to measure this ranking ..people usually tend to watch movies until the end...that's how it works.
In Greece we had to mandate a 12 hour limit - but only after a serious event happened due to fatigue happened. There is no reason for something like that to happen in order to enforce humane working hours.
I believe it's spelled "Ragerts" lol
I've been saying that for years - companies should have stopped at 4k and focused on working out better color science - dynamic range - smaller file size while retaining information - iso sensitivity. At least as far as the filming industry is concerned - most people in 2019 are just now getting into 4k (im not talking about the U.S ) and even in streaming people need fast internet and 4k screens to actually be able to see the full resolution.
By that logic why not pose stricter rules for movies to qualify ?
such as only shot on Film ?
why not factor in ticket sales then ?
how many movie theatres is considered "enough" and for how long ? Only domestic ones or also international ?
You see the more questions are posed the more irrelevant it becomes to what actually counts .... the actual movie itself, if it's worthy for an academy award or not ...
1 -Only songs released on vinyl should be nominated for the Grammies
2 - Only movies shot on Film should be nominated for cinematography at the Academy awards - none of that Alexa stuff
3 - Only animation that was drawn by hand should be nominated for best animation
The point is if the movie was fiilmed with the same standards and quality as movies released in theatres then why is it any less of a movie ?
Movie Theatres or platforms in general shouldnt be the qualifying factor on the quality of a movie - especially if movie distribution is a very difficult matter for small studios
Also for those that claim that movie theatres are open about the ticket sales - when was ticket sales a factor ? by that logic Marvel movies would dominate the Oscars !