Exploration 1 Sam butterfield

Why have movies like 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi and American Sniper become so popular in recent years? Is it because of the increasingly violent society that we in America live in? Is it because of video games that promote war without end?
Why has Nicholas Sparks taken the natural feelings of love and used it to draw in young women. This is perfectly depicted in movies such as The Vow and The Longest Ride. Why do people become so infatuated with fictional love affairs?
Why are movies based upon large, dysfunctional families a thing? Why do we fall in love with characters that are neglected within a large group? Why do we all relate to these movies when almost none of us come from families of this size?
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