Once upon a time (like during and after WWII) Hollywood knew that the public needed to be "entertained". We live hectic lives and need to "forget"; to be "transported" out of ourselves and into a magical place - as depicted in that memorable scene in The Green Mile. Those days are so much a thing of the past.
Now, big corporations, like Hollywood studios, hire psychologists and psychiatrists to learn how to get past our natural resistances and manipulate those extra dollars out of our pockets. We're just cows down the shoot to big business - lambs to be fleeced any way they can.
And, when we tire of "being fleeced", they call it "disinterest" - is that what it is? Really? "Disinterest" ??? I would think it might be better labeled "Lesson learned"!