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The critical eye - Tolly good show

I have a suspicion we're on the verge of a sub-prime crash in commercial film style. It's a crash that has been postponed by Hollywood's traditional strengths in the script and acting departments, not to mention the studios' marketing muscle and distribution leverage. But it seems to me that in our attention-deficit age, audiences are becoming increasingly bored with the look of many commercial films.

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