Hollywood's Pandemic Panics
The media elites are scratching their heads in bewilderment and befuddlement. How is it possible that the chain of 200 Arclight and Pacific Theaters, including the Cinemara Dome on Sunset Boulevard, could be closing their doors FOREVER?
Hollywood, an essentially capitalist enterprise if there ever was one, is mystified how it is possible that a cultural landmark like the Dome could succumb to the pandemic.
Well, let's review:
1. Hollywood is in a state governed by Gavin Newsome.
2. Said state of Kalifornia has been socialistic for decades.
3. Shuttering businesses, including movie theaters, is bad for businesses like movie theaters.
4. Ergo, it was only a matter of whether there would be enough time at the end of the money. Alas, there was not.
Hollywood celebs like Lady Gaga and Ben Affleck have been convincing the nation that Extreme Quarantining (Business Edition) is the moral, decent thing to do and now they have to live with an ever shrinking platform to distribute their summer blockbusters. Surprise! Decisions have consequences. Or, as the Bible says, you reap what you sow. Even in SoCal.
At LOOR, we believe that economic suicide is generally unadvisable. It's hard to make money when you support decisions that destroy your opportunity to take money from customers. We do not support kamikaze economics for a pandemic that has a 99% survival rate. It's not loving your neighbor to destroy his business so he cannot feed his family and thereby, steal his hope. Which leads, to actual suicide, by the way--a sad side-effect of this global reset.
Is the destruction of in-person cinema good for LOOR? On the streaming side, yes, it's profitable. Hollywood and the media elites have brainwashed the populace into believing they will die if they go outside. In a sick way, that's an opportunity for us. On the other hand, we are not convinced that films have had their best public venues even in cinema format. There might be something better. Something that could move the movie-going experience into an even more interactive, community building, economy building format. In fact, we think we know what it is and we can't wait to show it to the world.
It's part of the secret sauce. Help us cook something up. Be a part of the LOOR. We welcome accredited investments of $50k or more.