It's 2018, but the movie industry still believes that movies we see on our couch in our underwear are not really worthy of respect. Despite the production of films such as The Meyerowitz Stories and Mudbound Netflix tries to attract the attention of the film price circuit, mainly because they do not produce the necessary "theatrical buzz" can. at the same time publishing their films online with every limited release they bring to the meat world. This approach even kicked them out of Cannes this year for banning their films because they did not "compete" in France and haughty French cinephiles get a rash when watching a movie on something other than an old smoke-hung projection
However, despite the fact that they did not want to stay with Sofia Coppola on the Côte d'Azur, it was revealed that Netflix has considered entering the cinema business. Sources claim the company was recently hired for the acquisition of theaters in both LA and New York, but was withdrawn because the price was too expensive for some seasons of Friends . Sure, sitting at the Hollywood adult's table is not allowed to come to Netflix, and with the announcement that it will release 80 films this year, it seems logical to stack stones to stack golden statues [1
While the idea of Netflix theaters seems pretty cool, is this really the right direction for the company to go? Netflix was revolutionary because it was always forward-looking, from sending DVDs to cheap streaming to what the youth really wants – making shows about depressive horses and showing Frasier repetitions. If you are serious about opening their own cinemas, they should really think about how they consume Netflix products, such as:
- 24 hour passports for people who know they kidding themselves about everything What's still going on today (including wake up after every third movie)
- Escort anyone who is not on the phone.
- Dedicated exclusively to obscure Netflix genres, such as "Scandinavian women solving rural murders" or "Movies about teens pondering death on hot balloon rides"
- The seating areas into a "Netflix" section and " Divide Chill "section, in which the armrests were removed to allow an ergonomic cuddling.
You're welcome, Netflix!
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