And now our regular bullshit interviews of Professor Anda-Man by Chuulmaan Khan
Chuulmaan Khan: Welcome back, folks. We’re back with yet another episode of our bullshit interviews that nobody watches. Prof. Anda-Man is now back from his Hyborean holidays and is ready to share his pathetic views of the world with us.
Chuulmaan Khan: Today’s topic of discussion is SUPERHERO MOVIES! These bastards have apparently changed the direction of Hollywood both in business and artistic values. What do you think, Sir Anda-Man.
Anda-Man: I think, these are really good and also really bad times. Good for the fun addicted numbskulls who’re ready to watch cheap entertainment at whatever cost. And bad for the fuckin’ artists who’re in the business. Once a tide takes too much strength in Hollywood, it’s probable that the market will get over-saturated with them.
Anda-man: Moreover if you see, the most successful superhero films are no-brainers. They’re all made in a way that even little 10 year olds can watch and get excited at it. Cheap entertainment doesn’t necessarily mean it’s cheaply made, but it means that the thought process behind it is very less.
Chuulmaan Khan: But what of the critics, sir? The people who praise these films. Everyone couldn’t be wrong.
Anda-man: Son, it’s not about right or wrong. See, these films are here representing the very culture of present 2000’s. The political situation of the people watching these films is mostly of peace and they’ve become annoyed of any criminal or grimm situations. They’re also bombarded with words saying that laughing at a joke involving a minority is wrong. Such a gullible society is bound to go for the lightest and fastest entertainment they can get. They’re just not interested in anything more complex or stationary.
Chuulmaan Khan: May be, but light n Cheap entertainment for kids was available in the past too.
Anda-Man: Yes, but they were enjoyed by the kids only and that’s it. But these films of today have become the topic of many age groups. Superhero films today are not only seen by kids but adults who’ve somehow driven into it by the socio-political atmosphere that we’ve created around the world.
Chuulmaan Khan: Wow, so many things cleared up today. Let us hope that the dark days go by and we see the emergence of better and more serious things in all novel, comics and films fields altogether.This is Chuulman signing off. Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeep!
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