Ted


At the intersection of art and commerce our second installment veers away from last weeks Oscar darling, The Artist, to a raunchier, fuzzier side of Hollywood.  This column seeks to highlight films that succeeded in artistic testament as well as financial and strategic performance. This week, Ted is at the Crossroads. When you’re a Hollywood […] Continue Reading


Copywrong


Technology and IP Law: A Balancing Act The debate on intellectual property rights has been at the forefront of both national and international discussion for some time now. As the transition into the digital era redefines what it means to communicate and share information, it is also becoming increasingly difficult to create policies that protect […] Continue Reading


The Artist- Review


At the intersection of art and commerce, MovieNomics would like to introduce a very special series at the core of our publishing: Crossroads. Crossroads seeks to highlight films that succeeded in artistic testament as well as financial and strategic performance. Our first Crossroads is based on a film that is inspired by Hollywood’s origins and […] Continue Reading

Its the 4th, in Movies


We here at Movienomics take pride in this day, so much pride that we figured time to have a fun post about which movies we think are some of the best ones to watch on this extra long weekend. There are many ways to tackle a list such as this. We could focus on movies […] Continue Reading


Pixar Perfect


Pixar Animation Studios isn’t just a leader in producing animated films, they’re a monster in the industry. After the box office release of Monsters University, I came across this line on Variety.com: “Monsters University preserved Disney’s perfect record of opening every single Pixar film (now at 14) in the No. 1 spot: The toon grossed […] Continue Reading