The movies stand in an interesting position in regards to money. While they can be the costliest art-making enterprises on the planet, they’re one of the cheapest forms of art as far as consumers are concerned. The last time I volunteered at a soup kitchen, I spent more time than I’d expected talking about them. It was mid-summer, and some of the homeless men liked to spend whole afternoons at the movies because the theaters were air-conditioned. They’d seen everything that was out—I remember the one we all agreed on liking was Richard Linklater’s Bad News Bears remake.