CDZ Why are American movies getting worse?

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    I thought it was okay, better than the old versions, imo, which were more comedies than horror movies, just went because others wanted to see it. Not a real fan of horror flicks, so my 'reviews' aren't any good for those who are.

    Amadeus was a long movie, worth the ticket price, but the seats were narrow, no leg room, and I had to stand up and stand in the aisle for 20 minute stretches to get through it, and many others did as well, almost as many standing in the back and in the aisles as in the seats. The ushers didn't like that, but nobody backed down and they left us alone after the first attempt at getting us to sit down; we weren't blocking anybody's los. A brand new UA cinema, iirc. I keep waiting for it to show up on TV, but it never did, at least that I ever noticed.
     

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