"Bubble" Fails to Rock Tinseltown

Interesting article about the day-and-date release of Steven Soderbergh's new film "Bubble" and why it didn't have much effect on Hollywood or the viewing public...


My personal opinion is it didn't do much business because it was a bad movie. I still can't believe some of the critics like Rogert Ebert called "Bubble" a masterpiece! This has got to make him loose considerable credit among film folks and especially general audiences. Maybe he saw a different movie that I did (see my earlier post)???

I do like the day-and-date concept though. Especially for indie films (and perhaps all films one day)...


[via CinemaTech]

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