2018 Poor for Movies

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Here is a case in point- 2018 was a strange, if not bad, year for movies. Now, I’m not talking about the quality of films, they were probably right on par. But, Hollywood has been growing scared. Scared to create films that fall away from standard conventions and afraid to try films that may tilt a couple heads or raise a few brows. If it wasn’t for a few HUGE films in 2018, including some that distributors were afraid of, everybody may have felt that Hollywood was losing us. However, it seems that Hollywood is willing to turn a cheek and come stronger than it ever has this century [never mind Lord of the Rings] with the bringing in of 2019, see more in this link Filmes Evangelicos Netflix 2019.

2018 Poor for Movies

I can understand how it may be hard to fathom that Hollywood did not have one of its best years during 2018. Sure, the film companies were still able to pull in film revenues with a little over nine billion, but ticket sales were actually DOWN by a startling two percent. Now, I know this doesn’t sound like much, but it is! For the year of 2018, distributors were planning on conquering the box offices with films such as Troy, Alexander, The Whole Ten Yards, The Village, and Van Helsing. However, all of these films flopped [Van Helsing is doing great with the DVD though]. No matter how impressive the battles or sequences, audiences left …