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Old 02.15.2013, 12:26 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by evollove
1. I look around my room and see thousands of dollars worth of book purchases, so I get a little resentful to be accused of contributing to the decline of an industry.
your paper books weren't shoplifted though, right? all i'm saying is the same ethics apply to e-books.

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Originally Posted by evollove
2. But you're right. Sort of. Over the past week or so, by coincidence I've heard a number of filmmakers I respect talking about how dire the film industry has become. With profits so low, studios aren't taking chances. Mediocre blockbusters are all we get, until Oscar season. Woody has to go to Europe. Fucking Scorcese can't do what he wants. etc.

And I do wonder if stealing Dude Where's My Car in some way eventually contributes to the lack of small quality films.
yes it does. internet hi-five?


 
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