For Such Regulars, It Makes Sense To Opt For Discounted Tickets And Make The Best Of Their Broadway...
It is a highly divisive issue. With the advent of the Internet, cultural importance is becoming a more democratically bestowed... Are some kinds of entertainment better for you than others? Is there such a thing as “only entertainment”? If you keep this question in mind as you go down the list, you may find a definition beginning to come together. How? Who needs entertainment? For a cheater enthusiast, there is nothing better than spending a good chunk of your day off watching the newest Broadway show.
Fun And Entertainment Are Collateral Damage in 'Batman V Superman' : NPR
Meanwhile, its rival, Marvel, has earned more than $9 billion from a dozen men-in-spandex films. So the Man of Steel sequel, a ponderously overlong epic called Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice (that solitary "V" being pretty much the only thing abbreviated about it) has some serious catching up to do. Easier said than done, since it's freighted not so much with entertainment value as it is with enough talk of fallen gods, absent parents and dissolute heroes to fuel a Greek tragedy. And for much of the film's 2 1/2 hours, director Zack Snyder seems convinced that that's what he's making. Or, as bad guy Lex Luthor puts it, in an unedited stream-of-consciousness attempt at pizazz: "A battle to the death, black and blue, fight night, the greatest gladiator match in the history of the world, God versus man, day versus night, son of Krypton, versus Bat of Gotham." It takes a while to pit these two iconic good guys against each other, but the script gives them reasons. Straight-arrow Clark Kent goes after vigilantes both as a reporter for the Daily Planet and as a superdude in a cape, because he feels guilty that whole blocks of Metropolis got wiped out along with the bad guys at the end of his last movie. Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman is the secret weapon for late in the film. She'll doubtless get to do more next time.
I get to feel jealous without having a cheating spouse, excited by the intrigue of adultery without being an adulterer, and intimate without ever actually talking to a living human being. Is there such a thing as “only entertainment”? There are proponents who think that its use creates a balance in what ought to be said and written, while opponents criticize on the basis of the threat... With the advent of the Internet, cultural importance is becoming a more democratically bestowed... What makes entertainment entertaining? Taking a historical view, it becomes clear that there was once a linear progression from underground status to mainstream acceptance. A sense of release?