British entertainment does tend to be more plot and dialogue driven, rather than colour and movement. But I suppose its about your taste and there is room for both,
I love a epic blockbuster as much as a great drama and couldnt care less who made it. There is a place for both indeed.
Agreed. But with the advent of the global market there are movies coming out, (Some Russell Crowe efforts come to mind) which have the qualities of both authenticity and blockbuster. You dont have to like the movies. But its difficult not to see the standards applied.
I think Britain sets the standard for stage. Its very much an institution. And as much as we contribute great acting and powerful drama to cinema, i think the French, Germans and recently the Scandavians have excelled at cinema.
Thats part of the Scandanavian countries. Not being pedantic just thought i should mention that lol