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After 125 years of Hollywood telling you what you were going to watch, where you would watch it and when, online and social media has forced the studio system to turn the conversation around. In short, the Web is nothing short of the tool that democratized Hollywood... for better and for worse.
EVERYTHING DOESN'T SUCK tells that story, from the people who have been on the front lines. Studio heads who laughed at the Internet, at their own peril; critics who found themselves out of a job because some kid who thinks cinema began with STAR WARS was doing it for free; fans who tore down Burbank's version of the Berlin Wall with nothing but mouse clicks.
A lot can happen in 15 years.
Now that the genie is out of the bottle, what's next? Will the studio system "figure it out," and be able to bring that control back, or will your taste in cinema be shaped by the 21st Century equivalent of Wayne and Garth in the basement? Or will we find the digital version of Charlie Chaplin's United Artists ...
15 August 2015 (USA)
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