I recently read an article where Dustin Hoffman mentioned modern cinema. He mentions the difference between now and 50 years ago on films being made. I agree when he mentions that films are made for profit than creative ideas. I couldn't believe how many days The Graduate took in the process of being made (100 days ). Not to mention that was a small film! Now you hear blockbusters being made in less than 30 days. Scripts are written for less. CGI is the standard and risky creative ideas are thrown out the window. Sequels are a must and money is what matters. Growing up films were made with risks and over the top ideas. It was a gamble but distributors and producers took the chance. What do you think?