Stephen Trinagli



Public's voices drown out critics

In this final installment, "Film Critics and the Film Industry" highlights "Snakes on a Plane" and why that might have been the one film appropriate to pass over film critics. "The Da Vinci Code" gave film industry executives some indication of the methods to make a movie successful without investing itself in print-media coverage, the most important of which was to create buzz or controversy months in advance of the film's release.

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