By Boris Mann on April 5, 2004 - 7:05pm
Since I've got two separate stories staring me in the face, I thought I'd point to them both.
First is VanRamblings.com, which pretty much just summarizes the story without much in the way of comment:
From today's London Daily Telegraph, a story by Elizabeth Day: Films containing explicit sex or nudity do much worse at the box office, earning nearly 40 per cent less on average than more wholesome movies.VanRamblings (Raymond Tomlin): No sex - we're movie goers
Darren Barefoot, on the other hand, rips a strip off the CFTC:
It's an idiotically obvious conclusion for the surveying company to draw, and the CFTC masquerades these 'facts' as an argument against sex in cinema. Notably, the survey only covers the last three years.Darren Barefoot: Sex Doesn't Sell?
Dissenting voices in the media! Isn't this 1,000,000 voice channel of the Internet great?