The debate "Bollywood movies are better than Hollywood movie's" was started by
December 30, 2016, 8:28 pm.
34 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 66 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
Radhikadhawan posted 1 argument, harshita posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
Blue_ray posted 2 arguments, deezmofonutz posted 1 argument, district10 posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
harshita, Rajat, CheifAnshuman, Radhikadhawan, TrumpDonald, SalonY, NieWierzeWczekolade and 27 visitors agree.
Blue_ray, roasting4days, PoliticsAsUsual, wmd, deezmofonutz, XenoBoy, smv2005, Sherrie, Azzah, lilgamer84, Grizzi, Austynbb, allen_salvana, Daisythecat, district10, dre00, Nemiroff, OUTSMARTED, Leftist_Tears, Ananya33, p1neapple_pizza, Threelip and 44 visitors disagree.
They could be if they didn't rip off EVERYTHING about Hollywood
better put it this way: movie preferences vary widely between one person to another.
i don't remember i saw a movie big as "HULK" was made by Bollywood
few movies can make reputation. Hollywood is personally my fav
let's not forget that you can say HOLLYWEED not you cannot say BOLLYWEED
if you know what i mean ??
depends on personal preference. I loved it though.
goosebumps series is just useless
I dont watch Indian movies at all. Sorry. But that's the truth. I love Hollywood. Some of the greatest movies include the terminator series, Rambo , Die Hard series, Expandables, Death Race, Fast and Furious, The interview, The dictator, Paul the alien , Due date, Mall cop, Zathura (err.... I forgot the complete title) , Willy wonka chocolate factory, Jurassic Park, Anaconda, Goosebumps series( not a movie), BAND OF BROTHERS ( OH MY GOSH HOW CAN I EVEN FORGET IT?)
Depends on what you are looking for in entertainment. If you are looking work music, quite possibly. If you are looking for special effects and action, probably not. Other aspects, like character development and clever plot depends on which film you are looking at.