‘What We Can Learn from Bad Movies’ (2015)

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With so much money invested in it, and so many professionals working on it, and checking their work each day, you’d think it’d be just about impossible to make a really bad movie. Nevertheless, bad movies are as numerous as the sands of the seashore.

What We Can Learn from Bad Movies

What’s the difference between a bad movie and bad public policy? With a bad movie, those responsible for it have to pay the price. But with bad public policy, those who created it walk off scot-free and the public pays the price. You know–like with the COVID-19 lockdowns that wrecked everybody but the loonies in the lab coats and their sponsors in the government.

And bad movies do less harm.

5 comments on “‘What We Can Learn from Bad Movies’ (2015)

  1. I think about this all the time, how so much money, energy, and time is put into making a movie that is lousy. I tell my wife Hollywood ought to hire me to rate their movies before they are released. I can not only spot the losers but also how to improve them. Since I haven’t heard from them, they lose.

    1. Sometimes you really have to wonder what the movie-makers could possibly have been thinking of. And yet we see so much of that!

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