Blockbusters and their effects on the art of cinema

Guida, John. “Are Blockbusters Destroying the Movies?” The New York Times, The New York Times, 6 Jan. 2015, op-talk.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/01/06/are-blockbusters-destroying-the-movies/.

The motion picture business has taken after what Anita Elberse, an educator at the Harvard Business School, calls the "blockbuster trap." It includes film studios — and content makers in the realm of excitement when all is said in done, similar to record names and TV systems — pouring huge assets (frequently tens, even hundreds, of a large number of dollars) into what they see as the most likely benefit producers (blockbusters, likewise called tentpoles).

Hertz, Barry. “Fear for the future of the franchise film.” The Globe and Mail, The Globe and Mail, 27 July 2017, www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/fear-for-the-future-of-the-franchise-film/article35816238/.

The limited time invasion, the trailers and sizzle reels and board slide-indications are inevitable; if not, there is more than enough examination accessible that is overwhelming yet anticipated. Until the point when silver screen goers truly burn a multiplex to the ground in challenge, these motion pictures will continue stopping up the creation pipeline.