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I am a user experience architect by trade, but enjoyed a diverse career. I made a foray into independent filmmaking, creating a single feature back in the day. I continue to write screenplays for pleasure. I've been at it for about six years now and am working on number four.
What's the significance of ancient mythology in literature?
I see that my post has ruffled some feathers, so I'll clarify. I'm not saying that movie critics are "bad people" for having a different take than the general audience or filmmakers. I'm simply noticing that they do have a different take. The reason is simple; film critics must watch EVERY film made. As an audience member, I see only a small portion of the films that are made, the ones that I suspect I would like. Since I don't care for Adam Sandler films, I don't watch them, but if I were a critic I'd have to. After a few years of that, I'd be applauding mythology as well.