Movies Have Gotten Longer and More Boring Since the 2000s
I recall going to the movies at the movie theater as a kid in the 1970s, 1980s, and the 1990s, and I also recall that most movies during those decades lasted about an hour and a half.
Starting a About six to seven years ago, unfortunately, the length of most movies crept up to about two hours.
To make matters worse, within the last two, three years, movies have grown even longer: two hours and twenty minutes seems to be the norm now.
We’re living in an age where it’s never been easier to watch movies whenever and however we want, thanks to iPads, cell phones, Disney plus, NetFlix and other streaming services, and so forth.
The computer graphics used to create special effects in movies have become even more advanced, too.
And yet, all of that, the fancy special effects and the extra length of movies, have not improved the quality.
If anything, movie quality has gone down. Continue reading “Movies Have Gotten Longer and More Boring Since the 2000s”