More from End Credits
|by Jason Bruce|
I am glad to hear from CNN.com that major movie studios are putting more effort into creative movie end credits. I'm always bothered how people are quick to get up and the janitorial service start cleaning up the movie theater once the end credits of a movie started. For me, a movie is not over until the last letter or trademark rolls up. Watching the end credits is actually giving credit to the men and women who worked hard to produce the movie that entertained or inspired us. Just like what this blogger, who has the same sentiment said, "Leaving the cinema without staying for the credits is like eating dinner at somebody's house without saying thank you to the host."
Something to think about when you go out to the movies this weekend.