Of course, it has all the big names, plus those actors you always had a soft spot for, like Charles Napier for me, plus lots of people I’d forgotten about, like Susannah York, and lots whose faces I recognized but whose names I never knew, like William Campbell and John Wood.
The cops didn’t do this on their own; they were asked to look into this:
Utah Highway Patrol officers issued the citation against Brewvies in early September after a complaint was filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
Yes, the violation is an exploitation of a law intended for another purpose:
The law is generally used to regulate strip clubs, which aren't permitted to have nude dancers — g-strings and pasties are required to be worn — if they serve liquor. The law is applied only to businesses with liquor licenses, so it wouldn't apply to alcohol-free theaters.
I wonder if this got called in by the owners of other movie theaters or restaurants: it is legal, and quite common in Utah, for restaurants that serve liquor to offer dinner packages that include movie tickets.
The fine issued by the state liquor board Thursday is the first for Brewvies, which only allows people 21 years and older to attend their movies and serves food and liquor to patrons. But under state law, many PG-13 and R-rated movies could net the theater a fine because of prohibitions on showing a film with sex acts, full-frontal nudity or even the "caressing" of breasts or buttocks.
In 1984, this was the vision of the years after 2011:
FTNItK: The Terminator features thinking machines from the future. Skynet is the first machine in the future that becomes self-aware: it knows what it is, and it knows what it wants. Specifically, that it is not a human, and that humans are a violent threat. The problem is that Skynet is a Defense Department computer system, so it uses those capabilities to attack humans in the future, and for convoluted reasons, to find a way to attack humans in the past as well.
I’m a psychic: next year’s version of this graphic will detail how Amazon Video On Demand for members of Prime killed Netflix.
The managerial economics story here is that the marginal cost of streaming a movie is zero, and that competition will push the price towards that level. Amazon, with other source of revenue, can handle that. I’m not sure that Netflix can.
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