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Same logic applies to OTT in the long run if only OTT becomes a destination for entertainment 

Cinematic screenplay veru and personalized entertainment ki chese screenplays veru 
Visible gaa chaala differences kanabadathaay anni crafts lo
That totally harms the creative liberty of story telling  




I agree to this to an extent.. only OTTs (with pay per view) people will try and find alternatives, which are plenty now (torrents, Telegram etc.).. which in turn will lead to lower revenues and lower budgets.. the overall hit will be on experimentation, visual based movies and out-of-the-box stories & screenplays
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Same logic applies to OTT in the long run if only OTT becomes a destination for entertainment 

Cinematic screenplay veru and personalized entertainment ki chese screenplays veru 
Visible gaa chaala differences kanabadathaay anni crafts lo
That totally harms the creative liberty of story telling  




theaters will reduce as OTT picks up .. multiplexes vachaka ... star heroes tappa 2nd and 3rd tier heroes ki a/c d/c aipoindhi .. vallu happy ga OTT ki move avochu with in their limit budget ... single screens taggi multiplexes pergaryi .. idhi ante ... 365 days 4 shows veyyalsina avasaram taggi weekend theaters ga marachemo ..

OTT is here to stay ... 500cr petti visual extravaganza lo .. VFX extravaganzalu vastey theaters ki potharu ... manaki entha mandhi unnaru ee extravaganza content creators .. egaresi koditey 3/4 kuda leru .. heroes ki kuda 3/4 kanna antha pedda budgets work kavu .. vallu produce chese content 2 years ki okati ... 1 year ki okati .. rest of all the movies time can easily fit in OTT
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theaters will reduce as OTT picks up .. multiplexes vachaka ... star heroes tappa 2nd and 3rd tier heroes ki a/c d/c aipoindhi .. vallu happy ga OTT ki move avochu with in their limit budget ... single screens taggi multiplexes pergaryi .. idhi ante ... 365 days 4 shows veyyalsina avasaram taggi weekend theaters ga marachemo ..

OTT is here to stay ... 500cr petti visual extravaganza lo .. VFX extravaganzalu vastey theaters ki potharu ... manaki entha mandhi unnaru ee extravaganza content creators .. egaresi koditey 3/4 kuda leru .. heroes ki kuda 3/4 kanna antha pedda budgets work kavu .. vallu produce chese content 2 years ki okati ... 1 year ki okati .. rest of all the movies time can easily fit in OTT


I was not just referring to big budget films....I'm equally concerned about well directed films here....a film like 1917 or a film like Ford vs Ferrari 

Cinema lo cheppe larger than life story ni big screen meedha choosthene oka cinematic high ostundi....and that has got nothing to do with big budgets, VFX etc., 

For example, pather pancheli 
Deepak cinemas lower parel lo oke okka show weekend lo pedithe houseful 
because no one wanted to miss watching pather pancheli on screen and most of them returned teary eyed 

Aaa social experience annadi enriching when a father takes his children to a film like Great dictator by Charlie chaplin or say Seven samurai by Akira kurasowa 

Great direction and great work from all crafts of a film give us great films and great films can only be experienced in a theater. It's a socio cultural exchange of thoughts. When you watch well directed films they ignite your thought process and they become an integral part of your upbringing. This cannot be taken away from a progresssive society. 
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I agree to this to an extent.. only OTTs (with pay per view) people will try and find alternatives, which are plenty now (torrents, Telegram etc.).. which in turn will lead to lower revenues and lower budgets.. the overall hit will be on experimentation, visual based movies and out-of-the-box stories & screenplays


Though you get to see well written screenplays and out of the box stories, without censorship OTT makers are going to definitely induce a lot of unwanted sexual content which  unnecessarily provokes the viewers who opt to watch it along with the family.
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I was not just referring to big budget films....I'm equally concerned about well directed films here....a film like 1917 or a film like Ford vs Ferrari 

Cinema lo cheppe larger than life story ni big screen meedha choosthene oka cinematic high ostundi....and that has got nothing to do with big budgets, VFX etc., 

For example, pather pancheli 
Deepak cinemas lower parel lo oke okka show weekend lo pedithe houseful 
because no one wanted to miss watching pather pancheli on screen and most of them returned teary eyed 

Aaa social experience annadi enriching when a father takes his children to a film like Great dictator by Charlie chaplin or say Seven samurai by Akira kurasowa 

Great direction and great work from all crafts of a film give us great films and great films can only be experienced in a theater. It's a socio cultural exchange of thoughts. When you watch well directed films they ignite your thought process and they become an integral part of your upbringing. This cannot be taken away from a progresssive society. 


why a great work can not be enjoyed on OTT? why society cant progress with OTT but only theaters anedhi konchem convincing ga cheppandi ... i am not sure i got the point .. 

some people here may think i blabber a lot just for the heck of writing .. but still i put my point and leave the thread ... the other day i watched 12 angry men with my daughter .. we exchanged quite a bit of thoughts and observations and we paused in between to deep dive in to certain minute aspects of human thinking etc., which prb is never possible in a theater .. and its one of those great movies which falls under the great socio cultural exchange category. i did not find any diff from theater experience.
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why a great work can not be enjoyed on OTT? why society cant progress with OTT but only theaters anedhi konchem convincing ga cheppandi ... i am not sure i got the point .. 

some people here may think i blabber a lot just for the heck of writing .. but still i put my point and leave the thread ... the other day i watched 12 angry men with my daughter .. we exchanged quite a bit of thoughts and observations and we paused in between to deep dive in to certain minute aspects of human thinking etc., which prb is never possible in a theater .. and its one of those great movies which falls under the great socio cultural exchange category. i did not find any diff from theater experience.


OTT is like opting for online coaching classes 
Whereas, a theatrical experience is physically attending a class at an institute. 

Online coaching classes require a strict discipline on a personal level to complete the syllabus 
At a coaching institute, you got to attend the class in the given time slot at any cost which by default enforces an individual to physically be present there at any cost. 

A coaching institute or an online mentoring might be just the same for a meritorius student who's hell bent on cracking the exam come what may

Whereas, for an average student (average in terms of efforts not merit) classroom coaching is always preferred. 

Same applies here. 
By watching a movie in the theater religiously, a habit of watching a movie for 3 hours nonstop is inculcated. It's not the same with OTT. OTT completely takes away the thought of 'watching a movie at any cost' from your top priority or to-do list. 

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why a great work can not be enjoyed on OTT? why society cant progress with OTT but only theaters anedhi konchem convincing ga cheppandi ... i am not sure i got the point .. 

some people here may think i blabber a lot just for the heck of writing .. but still i put my point and leave the thread ... the other day i watched 12 angry men with my daughter .. we exchanged quite a bit of thoughts and observations and we paused in between to deep dive in to certain minute aspects of human thinking etc., which prb is never possible in a theater .. and its one of those great movies which falls under the great socio cultural exchange category. i did not find any diff from theater experience.


Simple .There is no immersion in the movie. In OTT your cinema is just a part of your reality . In Theatre you can completely escape from our shared reality with many other strangers or your own family into a completely different shared reality.
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