« on: April 03, 2014, 07:23:54 AM »
Indeed. There is, just so much that happened in WW2, so many air battles, so much innovation...so much mystery...that not enough feature films have been made about it.
(Sorry to vent and rage about movies here, if you don't care, don't read it.)
That's a very astute rant. I'd attribute it to the decrease in importance & value of the quality written word (just like the decrease in value of the quality still image...).
People (especially younger people) often chalk up rants like these to "nostalgia", & they can have their opinions. Personally I'm nostalgic for a time when people truly appreciated quality, in every aspect of their lives. "Zen & the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" should be required reading for grammar students...