A pretty thorough analysis of this absolutely vital question.
In a good way, though.
"There's a greater demand for professional language creation services in Hollywood than there's ever been . . ."
"Patrick Swayze And Jennifer Grey Didn’t Get Along" and others.
I see stuff like this and think that it's interesting that Hollywood works even as well it does.
A fine list.
If you haven't seen this, this is a fun two minutes.
I've been reading some of Ms. Ephron's essays recently and I'm having a good time. She was a terrific writer. Here's a few short samples: "An Ode to Nora Ephron and Her Words". And a documentary about her was made by her older son which I haven't seen but look forward to eventually seeing.
Trailers are ruining comedies by including all the funny parts. Seth Rogen: Your movies are funny, and I don’t really need to pay to see them anymore because all the jokes are free in the four Neighbors 2 trailers.
Movie ranking site that combines rankings from Tomatometer, IMDB, Letterboxd, and Metascore and that has a search engine with nifty filtering features.
Paul F. Tompkins does an extended impression of the late Garry Marshall.