Film Genre Of Western Films

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Over the past years Hollywood has produced a wide array of brilliant movies, appearing through a variety of genres. However, for every generation there consistently exists a dominant movie trend that encapsulates that culture, frequently making appearances on the big screen. Early on in filmmaking history, western movies were one of the original major trending movie genres. Later, in the 1970’s, adventure was extraordinarily popular, then horror movies saw a significant rise toward the 1980’s. Each generation has its genre. As of recently, there is an observably massive surge in the Sci-Fi/Action genres, particularly with teenagers and young men. More specifically, the rampant growth in superhero movies, which obviously fits into modern culture’s acclamation for action centric science fiction films. Over the last decade superhero movies have surged in popularity, becoming the most prominent film genre in history, because of its myriad of source material, painless production, and devout fans. Throughout the last decade, both Marvel Studios and DC Comics have release a grand total of thirty-eight superhero movies, from those two studios alone. Numerous other lesser known studios have opted to cash in on modern culture’s super hero craze. Recently, Marvel studios released their newest superhero blockbuster, which marked the ninetieth superhero movie released in theatres since the year 2000. Amazingly, an astonishing eighteen more are scheduled to be released within the next
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