March 30, 2002
After ninety-odd years of motion picture history, why have bad movies continue into the present? Have writer and producers expertly analyze bad films to find out what went wrong and know how not to repeat the same thing in their movies? At least with a premise, you can mark through your expertise and discern the potential of a flick to become a possible flop. There have been anecdotes by well-known celebrities and behind-the-cameras personnel who foreshadowed the coming failure whose ulterior existence is maintained because the film must be made at a specific time with a specific budget and storyline.