A Year of Disappointment at the Movie Box Office
With five days left in 2011, ticket sales in North America are running about $500 million behind last year — despite higher prices — prompting a round of soul searching by studios trying to determine what went wrong.
I have a reason that no one seems to be citing: Humanity's declining attention spans.
You're asking people to focus on one thing for two hours, which doesn't sound unreasonable, but even my father watches television nowadays with his laptop by his side.
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You know you're old when Roland Emmerich's Godzilla is considered ironic.
I've been sitting on a tribute to Emmerich's Godzilla for four years. Maybe I'll publish it in (heh) 2012.