So this is my first review on a site that has existed for over a year and a Half Crossword. I’m not sure how things have changed, but I’d say that the cineplex in my hometown of Detroit has undergone a massive transformation. From an old stand-alone building with one movie theater to being part of the Detroit public transportation system, it’s been an exciting ride for Detroiters who love to see their cityscape. But now that the “official” end of The Cinerama Mania is near, it would be wise for everyone to take stock of what has become of our beloved cinema. As we all know by now (and as any true fan will tell you), The Cinerama Mania was bad from the beginning, and even worse from the end. Though BovÃ© Studios was able to make some positive changes with their previous owners and partners in crime, they were still big enough to cause more problems than they solved. With that being said, here are some 2013 re-evaluation of The Cinerama Mania:
The Cinerama Mania was an incredibly unfortunate event in the history of cineplexes. It started out as a group of passionate movie fans who loved to see the latest film and soon became their best friends. Then it became an industrywide problem, and the fortunes of these businesses were forever altered. In the years that followed, the only thing that really got through to Cinerama Mania’s organizers was a lot of dirty laundry. After all, it was a business, and one could never really clear everything from one’s calendar. What followed was a period of decline for the city’s rich film industry that led to the decline of the cineplex and the decline of the film industry in general. In its place was a new generation of businesses and professionals dedicated to making the best of the best. The Cinerama Mania was the beginning of a long, dark decline for what was once the most recognizable name in cinema.