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Why eXistenZ was not a Hollywood production Hollywood has produced thousands of movies watched my millions of people every day Some common titles are Terminator Rambo King Kong Shindlers List Matrix and ECT These titles are known through out the world for two reasons one is because Hollywood spends millions of dollars advertising them and two because the movies are aimed at targeting your average everyday person Of course there are other movies that are produced some by Hollywood some by private companies but they dont seem to be such big hits as the ones mentioned above Take for example Pulp Fiction in my opinion this movie was one of the best ever made what about Heat and Casino they are also some of my favorites These movies are not as well known but might be just as good if not better The reason for this again is the audience it will attract and according to the audience a movie will attract you can predict how much a movie will make Hollywood movies are very expensive to make and therefore need to attract a large audience to make money on the film Terminator and Shindlers List attract people of all ages to come and see the film wither it be historical or an action packed flick Not only does Hollywood want to make money but it also wants to leave a mark in the world market of movies that it is the biggest and the greatest So we come to the film eXistenZ a film written and directed by David Corenberg Supposedly this movie was to be signed by big time movie producer MGM However after being reviewed by MGM they decided not to sign a contract for the movie This does not come as a surprise to me because it does not appear to look like a movie that MGM would sign for many reasons which I am going to begin
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