I believe the time for movie theaters is about to end. And what I mean about that is that anything that’s just a movie theater and nothing else it’s not gonna have much value in the eyes of the public.
Big corporate theater chains that only show films were already dire before all this happened.
The only businesses that I really saw some success from were Alamo Draft-house Cinema but even then it was still kinda limited. But I love the fact that the food there is at least 500% better than what I will get anywhere else and I don’t mind that I’m going to pay two times more.
In Lawrence Kansas, there’s a fantastic theater called liberty Hall; and its structure is probably going to be the future. It is, coffee shop, movie rental store, movie theater, with one giant auditorium that can also be used for live events (bands, plays, and acrobatics)
Again, I think the day and age of a singular theater being a business model is over. Hollywood’s going to have to except that or drop the cost of their feature films back to the realistic margin of 15 to 50 million and stop charging the distribution and so heavily.
But we know Hollywood would never do the second option, it’s always been an arms race over there for who can I have the largest budget.
Certainly there was a time when a single film could change the industry, but that time is not now.
Cool video, will have to try this out in Motion and DaVinci
It is really a shame he felt like he just needed to survive the process.
The beginning of Skyfall was the strongest opener to a bond film in quite some time.
Though I guess the details of a good spy thriller can get pretty complicated, and that is the disconnect between the books and the films.
How to have a deep experience but yet keep it shallow enough that the masses at the theaters can enjoy it.
I really hope he can hit a home run with the next film and not merely survive.
His action is good, but the story and villains don’t quite have the same iconic feel as the past iterations. With the next film being about an organization, dunno if that is going to help or hinder the story,
Yeah. I am sure next year we will though
I enjoy my time watching Rise of Skywalker, but I don’t understand how these quotes defend the criticism of the film.
Probably because at the $6,000 price range you can buy a used pro studio cam ($4,000-$5,000) that also does 4K 60p at 10bit.
But also get built in ND filters, true XLR connections, BNC output, Timecode, and a Camera that is on the Netflix approved list.