NOT ENOUGH MOVIES WITH A BLUE LIGHT GOING INTO THE SKY, AUDIENCES FEEL
HOLLYWOOD – A new audience survey has revealed that the public actually wants more movies in which a blue light shines into the sky, usually opening a portal.
The Movier Goers Association of America (or MOGOAA) today published the results of a nation wide survey that proved that audiences wanted more movies in which a blue light is shone into the sky, usually above a city, usually to open a portal. The survey asked over seven thousand theatre goers for their disappointments and expectations. Frequently the results are used by studios to craft big budget entertainment that caters for the widest audience. MOGOAA spokesperson Ali Ppshaw explained the results to the Studio Exec:
The people have spoken and one thing they said is ‘more blue light shining into the sky please.’ This year we had the Suicide Squad but there was very little blue light shining in the sky action in films such as Jason Bourne and Snowden. Audiences have also demanded that movies include more thirty minute fight scenes at the end of movies when a team of disparate individuals finally learn to work together as a team to defeat a supermodel who can’t act.
What else did the survey find?
The public believe there is too much originality and there are a lot of people asking where the Manimal reboot is.