Movie Crisis:


Gold Member
Username: Magfan


Post Number: 3585
Registered: Oct-07
With the recent near-shutdown of much of America, I can see Movie Theaters having problems.

A new (total refurb) theater opened mid-January after an extensive rebuild. REAL nice inside with very comfortable seating.
They blew-out ticket and food prices to the point where I saw 2 movies there in about a month. Now? What are they going to do?
And for that matter, what are the big chains going to do. ALL That Square Footage just sitting gathering dust. Rental equipment
not earning its keep. Not to mention 1/2 of the huge crew hired for the 'grand opening' are out of work and the remainder simply
not working...

Would I be out of line to predict some kind of post-COVID fall out among movies and potentially a drop in ticket and food prices?
Hollywood can't be digging this, either, with Millions tied up in productions not being......produced!

Bronze Member
Username: Qusserel

Post Number: 25
Registered: Nov-18
I am also interested in solving the problem. Thank you for your inquiry.

Bronze Member
Username: Edwarrdnorton

Post Number: 13
Registered: Sep-19
I felt the crisis in the film industry during the pandemic and lockdown. But I really want to believe that this is not a crisis, but temporary difficulties, as in other areas. I am now in college and in the future I want to connect my life with the film industry. I am very unhappy with the fact that now I have a lot of subjects to study, so there is not enough time for what I really like. For example, right now I need help performing a SWOT analysis, which I am having difficulty with. It's cool that now there are services such as that can help in short lines with this type of assignment and save me time for my hobbies.
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