When my wife and I decide on what film to see in a local theater, it’s a pretty simple process, one developed by Mary Ellen.
She picks a movie (that’s movie A) and then I suggest a movie (that’s movie B). Then my wife says: “Why would we spend 15 dollars to see a B movie when we can see an A movie?”
This is why I have never seen Jennifer Lopez on the big screen. There has to be a better system.