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  • AdelleChattre
    +8

    They all have been growing steadily. But maybe Spielberg & Lucas are right -- it's got to be more about quality if movies want to succeed.

    This from the auteurs behind such blockbusters as Howard the Duck and last year's The BFG.

    u/8mm, you might want to include in the title that it's an old article

    Just because this article's from four years ago doesn't mean u/8mm's had time to read it yet, or that u/hiihii will read it before oddly re-posting it tomorrow.

    "predict" doesn't really work if it's 4 years ago.

    Sounds like the germ of an idea for making perfect predictions all the time to me.

    • ohtwenty
      +3

      Sounds like the germ of an idea for making perfect predictions all the time to me.

      Fair enough, but if something, especially a prediction, from four years ago is still relevant I personally think it's up to someone, preferably OP, to show that it's still relevant. Looking at the top budgets A quick glance suggests about 1/3-1/2 of most films are from 2013 until now. It looks like u/8mm posts a lot more about films though, so he might know something I don't.

      This from the auteurs behind such blockbusters as Howard the Duck and last year's The BFG.

      I've never seen HtD, or even the trailer, but that looked absolutely aweful. Thanks for sharing.