Peak movie going time is typically November through December. In the US this has its two biggest peaks around the weekend after Thanksgiving, beginning with the Black Friday shopping tradition and than Christmas through the last week of December before New Years Eve.
This two month span has the most 'days off' for both school children and adult workers due to the variety of holidays combined with the fact that more people are out shopping and (at least in North America) it is also cold outside which for some people may limit their entertainment options to indoor activities.
This is immediately followed by the slowest four months of the year for movie going: January through April.
The other six months (May through October) are all fairly average falling somewhere between those two extremes.
Jet Li's cool martial arts movies like Once upon a Time in China and its sequels were produced a long time ago amd therefore are long forgotten by most people, so not many people watch as many Jet Li movies as Jackie Chan movies.Jackie Chan is more famous because he stars in more movies, and does the voices for movies, etc. He has a lot of publicity.
Probably so the movies will get the largest possible amount of opening day/weekend box office sales. Most working people have more time to see movies on the weekend.
For one thing, people like that it is more convenient in that it doesn't take much time at all to make. The more convenient a food item is, the more people tend to like it.
Because they tend to mate with more than one!
because they wanted to entertain the people and get money =) (you can get tons of money makin movies).
Yes, alot more than they sometimes admit to. A good story is timeless.
Stock don't tend to fluctuate more at any particular time of year. What is going on with the business or how many people are selling a certain stock have more to do with stock fluctuations.
People tend 2 cough at the the same time because they want 2
theaters. At that time, though television did exist, movies were not yet shown.
Not at the moment, they don't. Maybe some time in the future they could have people watch movies for money.
The latest movies are always coming out faster then their competetors, though in some cases it can take a bit more time to get all the latest movies out at the same time as your competition.
While most American adults get a tension headache from time to time, women and people with more education are slightly more likely to suffer with them; the female: male ratio is reported to be 1.4: 1.
if you think this because of movies, movies are definatly not always accurate
Horror movies are so scary because they tend to show our deepest fears. These movies dwell on the fear of the unknown, which is the strongest human fear and these movies usually make us feel that we are experiencing our worst nightmares but at the same time insinuate adrenaline and anxiety.
Majority of the time, no. Mainly due to the fact that books contain more details and side stories that movies can't get into in a short amount of time.
Because we tend to spend more time on the continents than in the oceans.
all the time! they tend to shed more at warmer climates, though.
it mad movies more dramatic
its because it is a good time in the year wear people are going to movies and because it about a year or so to separate the movies to give time to make them
Because many people over time tend to feel and become more negative towards life and others. In many cases, they don't have an outlet for their feelings, so they might take it out on others.
First time parents tend to be a little nervous and more by the book with the first child.
Many people now a days watch movies on-line. Netflix and Amazon Prime are the most widely memberships used at this time to watch movies.
They all had different filming times. The earlier movies took less time and the latter movies took more time.
During war time.