ENG255 Week 1 DB1 and 2

ENG255 Week 1 DB1 and 2 - ENG255 Week 1 DB1 and 2 How are...

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ENG255 Week 1 DB1 and 2 How are the Internet and other technologies currently affecting the ways in which movies are produced, distributed, and exhibited? Provide specific examples as you explain your point of view. The constant growth of the internet and other technologies the ways in which movies are produced, distributed, and exhibited has been emphatically affected. The revolutionizing of technology has allowed movies to be produced much differently from what was seen when film initially hit the public in the early years of the 20th century. While the advancement of movie production came gradually what we see today is comparably completely different from earlier times, but those gradual advancements are the foundation of what we see today. Everything from sound in ways of special effects, 3-D, high definition, animations, and the constant upgrades to those technologies are what affects production of movies. As we see today many older movies are being remade. I don’t think they are being remade solely because they were great movies, I think they are being re-made and sometimes even re-named because technology has allowed so many ways to make them better and much more appealing viewing wise for people to want to watch. For example, the movie 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ originally made in 1971 was remade in 2005. The production was very enhanced compared to the original, however, even with so many technological advancements which made it great for modern day many still prefer the original. As stated in the text, “For generations, audiences saw movies in one place: the theater” (Goodykoontz & Jacobs, 2011, Sec. 1.4). The internet and technology allowing distribution and exhibiting of movies is what I think has caused the greatest uproar. As our text discusses, we still see movies at the theater, but cable and satellite/broadcast TV., home video (DVD and Blu-Ray),
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