Now we are blessed to be watching all of our favorite books on the big screen in multiple part trilogies. This has been immensely lucrative for Hollywood. Now, seeing a 200 page classic turned into three, four-hour movies only costs 36 dollars total (a slight mark up from 12 for one movie), but it’s a price that many of us will gladly pay to keep the creative genius of the Hollywood elect from starving and off the streets. This style of making trilogies cannot possibly be called excessive because how could we fully appreciate the magic and beauty of literature if we didn’t have this luxury? We would be forced to return to the ancient and savage ways of our forefathers known as “reading” which until now, was only recently rediscovered by top professors at Harvard.
The great directors and producers of Hollywood’s past smile down from the heavens with what must be pure admiration and envy for not coming up with such an efficient and inspired solution to the woes of old. Hopefully the future J.J Abrams and many other generations of Hollywood greats will carry on this great and wonderful legacy that has been created. Take out the imagination and artistic ability that created Hollywood and you have an institution that will surely last through the ages, pumping out one original idea after another. Hollywood isn’t dead.