It is believed that the appearance of Hollywood started global cinema, which created a popular culture to transmit and accepted by most regions, to such an extent that, the shadow of Hollywood has been continued and played a significant role in cinema market from 19th century to these days. Setting Avatar (2008) as an example, it is one of America typical cinemas which narrate a love story with famous directors, stars and other elements to make this film successful, which i...
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