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Whilst it's understandable to proclaim that Montage Theory doesn't receive the amount of 'attention' it deserves from Hollywood, this is closer to the concept of Montage Theory (MT) not receiving overt 'credit' when it does appear; largely due to its indelible influence. Montage theory marked the beginning of a filmic language; the idea that film is ...


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Montages were popular in American cinema in the 80's. Almost every movie had a montage, notably the Rocky series which would show the lead character training for an upcoming boxing match. The montage was used to show a passage of time, with quick cuts and fast-paced music. After a while, it fell out of favor, as all things do, and became passe. Now, ...


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Actually, it was announced in March 2014 that Disney will be making a two-part movie of the Mahabharata. Also, a couple of years ago they did do an animated movie about Arjuna: ...


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Its about cultural differences. What you find worth appreciating in Ramayana, a foreigner might not. The moral ambiguity and lessons engrained in the tale which you understand easy, are not so trivial for an outsider. Its not that Americans are not fascinated by epics and mythological stories. The production house just won't be so sure if their audience ...



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