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(Gizmodo)   Yes, of course the new movie will be a hit. The algorithm says so   ( gizmodo.com) divider line
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2013-01-21 11:03:36 AM  
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Watch here as the movie business goes the way of the music business.

You can only predict what people may like for a verrrrrry short period of time until you get wayyyyy off base.

It's art and entertainment you stupid farkers. The tastes and creativity of the people change constantly. And the youngins? You almost never know what's going to stick with them...

So, eventually, you end up with an industry full of wankers who make decisions based on what has been working until you have an endless stream of crap drivel mediocrity. Ya know, like 96% of pop music. Here today, gone tomorrow, minor one-hits and California money holes.

And the biggest long lasting hits always fall outside the current norms. Always... until the norm is aping them.
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