The state in which producers of big screen movies live, where their entire lives revolve around:
A. Conjuring up movies as fast as possible regardless of their quality
B. Stuffing our tvs, radios, billboards, and any/all commercials with previews and ads to their next boring, redundant, movie so that we must accept big screen movies are a lifestyle and not a choice
C. Focusing on how fast they can create terrible movies with action yet without real actors with movies like Transformers, Knight and Day, Twilight, anything with Angelina Jolie, and so on - just so that they can make par with or beyond budget and continue profits.
D. Exploiting Americans so that they believe their culture should praise untalented actors of big name movies and continue to utilize these actors in further movies whereby additional profits are made
ie. 1. Our theaters in and around the United States are complete movie mills.
ie. 2. Washington State University is a diploma mill, similar to a movie mill, where a diploma is issued to anybody who has paid for 180 credits, but a movie mill makes money instead off of your need to watch Will Ferrell.