It seems fitting that Ruby Sparks, a romantic fable about how two people weave a love story in and out of reality, was brought to life by a married pair of directors (Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris) working with two actors who are also a devoted couple (Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan).
only to find that girl comes to life complete with a will of her own.
That measurement may fluctuate a bit as final numbers for the year trickle in.
But rather than some onetime aberration, 2014 represents the latest low mark in a downwardly mobile trajectory that the movie business has not yet figured out how to reverse — if indeed it can.
There are no limits to the number of users that you can connect with, if user don't like the group he is in, he could simply click “next and he will be connected with a new group of people.
Also, people can choose to view men, women and couples, of course.
Six months ago — back when box office was down a mere 1.5% from 2013, instead of a much more worrisome 5.3% — I assessed the winners and losers in movies through the first half of the year.
So let's reach into the thesaurus for some better bad words: It's been awful. Based on figures from Box Office Mojo, Hollywood has not seen ticket sales this low since 1989.
It's how Disney can have four of the year's top 10 grossing movies domestically (Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Maleficent, and Big Hero 6), more than any other studio, and still be down roughly 4.5% from 2013. and Universal can have a healthy slate of hits and still be down double digits year-over-year.
Amid all this gloom, there are still plenty of studios, filmmakers, and actors who had cause to celebrate this year, while others are likely itching to put 2014 far behind them.
Although the Cam4 feature may look like it's just an amazing place to spent time, people would even actually benefit from using it.
People will be able to meet much more new friends in shorter amounts of time and it allows them to build new relationships and have fun on the web without having to spend time searching for it.