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“If thou tastest a crust of bread, thou tastest all the stars and all the heavens.” 1) Do they bring bread before the meal? 2) Is the bread good enough to be worth all the extra carb calories? 3) Is the bread warm? 4) Are you offered both room temperature butter and an olive oil dipping sauce? 5) Do they offer to bring you more bread!
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A crap movie like everything Robin Williams has done in the last 5 years should cost about $3.50. "Lord of the Rings" 8 bucks, "Reign Over Me" $6. A chick flick $5.75 and most Indie Flicks $5.25
It would be an easy scale to determine, I think the average moving going audiences rate movies in this way. You could even do it by seasons- all summer block busters from May to August $8, Sept - November 15th $3.50/$4, back to $8 for Thanksgiving and Christmas etc...
Or you can do it by A Actors ($8), B Actors ($6/$7) TV actors on the big screen($3.50/$4)
Surely I'm not the first person to realize this makes sense. Has it been voted on in the Motion Picture Industry and then vetoed? If so, why?