I can’t agree with Web-Junkie and here’s why… The good to crap ratio in movies hasn’t changed in decades… The only difference is, crap movies from 10+ years ago aren’t sold anymore, and only a handfull of crap movies from back then even make it to to $1-$5 DVD bin. This is why, for the most part, you don’t see many crappy older movies. Movies are very well priced, any decent retailer charges $13-$19 USD for a new movie and for the most part, movie prices hasn’t changed, and when you consider inflation, that means they are cheaper than they use to be. In 1985 a new VHS was $10-$15, if you inflate that to 2005 it becomes $18-$27 and as we know, new movies are $13-$19 in today’s market. Do the math people! Now take into the fact that we’re getting more for our money (trailers, behind the scenes, alternate endings, sketches, etc etc). This mindless whiner propiganda has got to stop. As I said above, movies has always had a large good to crap ratio, and in all honesty, movies cost less today than they did 20 years ago.
[edited by Rhelic on 05.08.2005 17:01]