Has Movie Industry Lost Originality?

Is a question that’s been revolving some time ago.

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Source: Vox

How Stories Actually Work

When we watch a movie and think about it as a “new story”, if we give it some thought, we will realize we’re just perpetuating over the narrative arcs that have been repeating themselves throughout history.

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Source: Cinescape

The Franchise Phenomenon

The problem is: today movies aren’t fresh movies. Or is it? Lets’ see.

All Franchises Want to Become a Wide Universe

Universal Pictures is developing a series of movies to bring together The Mommy, Frankenstein, Dracula, and The Invisible Man. I guess their idea is to bring back The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

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Source: Know Your Meme

The Over-saturation of Content

A while ago I interviewed a filmmaker who works in Hollywood and so has passed through many different projects, collecting tons of information and experiences. We discussed the matter of this article, analyzing today’s cinema and finding answers to various questions:

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Source: The Verge

Is About Balance

The types of movies that are made don’t fail. What fails is the audience audiovisual education. What’s the problem? People differ from “commercial movies” and “strange movies”.

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