Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 9th May 2012 22:30 UTC
Multimedia, AV "Will the two screens be shown back to back? Will each screen last for 10 seconds each? Will each screen be unskippable? Yes, yes, and yes. An ICE spokesman tells me that the two screens will 'come up after the previews, once you hit the main movie/play button on the DVD. At which point the movie rating comes up, followed by the IPR Center screen shot for 10 secs and then the FBI/HSI anti-piracy warning for 10 secs as well. Neither can be skipped/fast forwarded through.'" That'll surely teach the pirates who don't buy DVDs or Blu-rays.
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And not counting the poor quality of the movies.

The industry has replaced quality by quantity, and wondering why their shares are declining.

Talking about nonsense ? Hum ?

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zima Member since:

Don't mythologise "good old times". There was always plenty of poor quality movies, and only some rare gems (that we just remember best; often overlooked back then, and many still are)

Pretty much like it is now (also with quite a few of mostly ignored gems) fact, it most likely improved over the decades, something most visible with television: relatively few cinematic movies of old days can rival some recent TV series - say, like Game of Thrones, True Blood, BSG, or SG:U.

Edited 2012-05-13 20:18 UTC

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