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Friday, April 29, 2011

Whats your biggest pet peeve about going to the movies?

This week i want to know what your biggest pet peeve is when going to the movies. It could be from other people being loud and ignorant, babies crying, the price fo tickets, the food, drinks, the cleanliness of the theater. Anything really im just curious to get other peoples point of views. Its not just about watching a movie anymore because there are so many interruptions. Heres my thoughts.

I dislike going to the movies because number one it is outrageous what the prices are for a ticket, and god forbid you want to see a 3-d movie or one in an IMAX theater. I think spending near 20 bucks for a movie is just sick, and besides movies these days aren't worth it to me.

Second, you can never go to a movie, no matter what time, and not have someone being loud or just keeping your attention from the movie especially if it's good and you want to see it. The number one pet peeve for me in this case is younger people and parents who bring their kids/babies, its ridiculous, you obviously know a 2 year old isn't gonna be quit and watch something for a couple hours. So you shouldn't bring them.

That's about it for me, i dont care for the food or anything, i used to hang there when i was younger but now i go and get out. It kind of ruins the experience, but theres nothing you can do about it.

If anyone has similar ideas i would like to hear them and also get a response from my own. Tell me what you think and what you like or dislike.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Is downloading movies bad?

The problem with the movie industry these days is that they are concerned on making a profit and distributing movies that will maximize their profits. So these movies we see these days are a very broad range for all audiences, so why should you have to pay for something you may think looks good but you end up hating? For example, the previews of movies shown on TV are the best parts of the movies sometimes and then when you get to actually go see the movie because you though it would be good, you end up seeing its not. Then you think about the $11 plus you just spent that was a waste of time and money.

If you were given the choice to view the movie for free you wouldn't feel this way, because even if you didn't like it you didn't waste your hard earned money on it. I also think that most people who really do enjoy the movie's they have seen and not paid for they would buy on DVD because they enjoyed it. So the movie companies would be getting paid either way, but they want to have that double pay in case you do like it and then buy it on DVD.

An article from ehow.com explains more about the history of illegally downloaded movies, its misconceptions and potentials for the illegal downloads. The article makes a good point about saying the movie companies now came up with Hulu and other sites like that to see shows and movies for free. This would not have happened if downloading movies had not been done. The exact words are "As more movie studios and the MPAA itself begin to accept the fact that downloading movies (be it in a legal or illegal fashion) is not going away, they've begun to embrace the Internet as a legitimate means to distribute product. For example, certain studios have begun to offer online "Video on Demand" services where you can download a new release for a limited time for a certain amount of money to be watched in the comfort of your own home." The link for this article is http://www.ehow.com/about_4577008_downloading-movies.html

So basically, without the downloading and sharing of content some services that are now very popular such as Netflix may never have been created. Although in order for the movies to compete with the public now and all the connections we have with each other. They are forced to create new services and ways to distribute their products if they want to make a profit. Which is actually a good thing because it gives the public more options and makes it easier for us to view movies. So downloading movies legally or illegally is a good thing and a freedom the public should be able to have so we can make our own decisions with no consequences.

Sunday, April 10, 2011


Love and other drugs was a good movie, i recommend it to anyone who would like to see a raunchy film with a little comedy mixed in. The overall story line was good though, it was mainly about a man (Jamie) who falls in love with a woman (Maggie) who has Parkinson's disease. Throughout the movie Jamie learns how hard it is to take care of a person with Parkinson's and be with them. So he becomes obsessed with trying to get her help and cure her even though there is no cure. So things fall apart but in the end they get back together and everything's all good.

Yes, this is mainly a "chick flick" but it does have humor for both men and women. So like i said id recommend it.

This movie proves my point in my earlier post, about how movies are becoming more raunchy. This movie was mostly like a soft porn, there was constant nudity and sexual acts being displayed. Which is different from older movies, but this is just another example of how movies have changed.