Fine - except for 3 pieces of evidence.
1: As we have seen - this summer was quite bad for films with regard to income. So something may in fact be broken and require fixing. The film business is fragile. A little bad streak bites deep.
2: The Media Guardian this week had 2 articles on blogging and 2 on the fact that audiences aren't in tune with summer blockbuster films. No link between these articles was drawn. But that is what I am trying to do! Show that a change is coming.
3: (and this is a cheeky one). I know that Paul loves the cinema. But I know that personally he finds a lot more interest in Asian, European and low budget films - albiet via his DVD player. I'm asking - is this the new way forward. More smaller films that communicate more directly with the audience.
Can we ride the change this is coming? Can Hollywood?