What will it take for the assumption to stop being automatic? An R-/15-rated animated film? Is such a thing even possible in the existing business environment for films?
Not in a cosplay sort of way, that is, but as a fashion statement.
Links my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
It seems to me that the problem isn’t with what the adults-only rating is called — the problem is how American culture deals with adults-only movies… ie, it doesn’t want to deal with them at all.
For comparison’s sake, perhaps we could look to film. Did it change dramatically once its pioneers had died and their experiences were no longer accessible to us?
Did you watch the 500th episode? Are you still watching either regularly or occasionally?
Should the critics at The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times be the gatekeepers for an awards organization they aren’t members of?
If you’re not already shelling out extra for a 3D showing of a new film, it’s unlikely that having to pay even more will change your mind about that. But it’s easy to see how an extra extra charge would discourage some from 3D screenings…
Okay, this is it. Summer is over. Back to school. Back to work. Put on a sweater and get serious.
Get out your tinfoil hats and fire up your conspiracy gland: the Weinstein Co. most likely lost NASA’s blessing and is keeping Apollo 18 secret even from critics because it’s all true…