‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Has Changed Hollywood Forever–Commercially?
2015 is almost ending and there was a high commercial hit at the box office when the most awaited movie of the year, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has swept the entire globe. But amidst all hype and a natural instinct in most of the people of younger generation, that made them find their best ways out to celebrate Christmas by watching the movie, there is an entire loss of dynamics and small-small not so cool features in the movie that we all have underestimated.
Let’s agree to the fact that the film has been made with a motive of gathering a huge sum of money. However, there are many long sections in the film that have been completely dull and follow so much plagiarism, as per sources. The film serves the only purpose of allowing people to get entertained through it but fails to present an impressionable story. As per the sources, “it was Disney’s formula-bound assembly line for its major properties”. As per the film’s cultural commentator Louis Menand, the business licensing that has been associated with the film is more than enough to make it a success even if no tickets are sold. However, till now the film has already done more than expected with $544 million tickets that have been sold.
By many, it has been claimed that Star Wars has transformed Hollywood, but not like the way “Bonnie & Clyde”, “Chinatown”, and many other movies did. It just changed Hollywood to a giant commercial example of a film’s name acting as a money making machine. Somewhere, down our own subconscious, could it be true that the film is nothing less than showbiz?
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