I’m crazy about the movie? No, I do not mean crazy comedy by Harold Lloyd Crazy movie 1932 about a young man with little or no ability to act, desperately trying to be in the movie. I mean, are you crazy about vintage movies? I have to admit that I am a cookie for movies. Thus, all crazy movies considered raise their hand. Yes, it’s almost everyone. Why are we crazy about the movie? Why do we live in a crazy film company? Hey, are these movies anyway?
Movies are ideas and / or stories brought to an audience through emotion through sound and a sequence of seamless images. Thanks to Google Search.
How are popular movies? Key Well, the word “movies” has a staggering 1.1 billion and a growing number of searches on the Google search engine alone. And the keyword “movie trailers” collected an exorbitant amount of 127 million searches. Watching movie trailers on the internet has become a popular past time for many. I know my husband is one of them. He likes watching their movie trailers.
Last year brought a staggering box office receipts of $ 29,200 million worldwide for 2009. The movies are watching and becoming worldwide. The language gap was dissolved due to the addition of subtitles. Now we can all share the universal cinematic experience. In addition to being universal, the films are made for all young and not so young. Why you can even see the generations in most Disney movies or children. There’s something for everyone, no matter the age.
We celebrate movies and celebrate the stars in our films. We have them at our homes through programs dedicated to stars like ET, ET Canada, Access Hollywood and TMZ to name a few. We supermarket tabloids like the National Enquirer and Star sweeping the latest celebrity gossip and getting into our caddies when no one looks.
Oscar parties have as we party Superbowl and even bet or at least announce our opinions on who will win the Oscar ceremonies, Golden Globe Awards, MTV Awards, and so on. Then there is classic television shows like “Lifestyles of the rich and famous” which we faithfully oohing and enlightened aahing about the content as good wine. The show has been running for over 10 years (March 1984 – September 1995). What a career! What a concept! We got to score along and drool over extravagant homes, lifestyles and dream dreams of the stars. Today, you can see similar programs like “Cribs” on MTV and The Fabulous Life of VH1.