Avengers: The return of the short head

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  Last summer was one of the driest in the recent history of the movie industry and the studios tasted the dark and bitter side of the short head but then came 2018 and the Avenger: Infinity war and it changed everything. Time to re-examine the short head of movies. When I first started this […]

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You spin me right ’round, baby, right ’round – Part one

How did the peace-making toy from the 1980s became the fastest growing hit in history and why did it take it 37 years? Who got famous for it but not wealthy and who got wealthy but not famous?
Seven stories and anecdotes about a seven dollar toy (and some others) that demonstrate almost every principle of the short head theory.
Oh, and no. We are not talking about the hula hoop. Yet…

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“I don’t think it’s realistic to try and topple ‘Titanic’ off its perch” / The short head of movies (part 1)

  “I don’t think it’s realistic to try and topple ‘Titanic’ off its perch” This is what James Cameron, the director of the movie Titanic, said in an interview to MTV on December 2009, few days before his movie, Avatar, was released. The movie Titanic was released in 1997 and since then held the record […]

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