Hollywood’s business-bashing: biting the hand that is you

 Unlike the widget manufacturing business, the entertainment assembly line lacks any objective or reliable criteria of excellence. The rewards of Hollywood flow to filmmakers in a random, fickle, manifestly unfair manner, which leads those writers and directors to assume that capitalism at large is similarly random, fickle and unfair.

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