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I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for reading and supporting this blog. I hope you find the posts I write both insightful and interesting. Either way, you're making this blog possible. The overwhelming amount of people who read my posts only encourage me to write more. Although I will continue to write on this site, I will also write mini-entries on the blog's Facebook page " The JSPrice Perception ". I have been writing such entries for a while but I thought I'd let you know now. Better late than never! If you're that enthusiastic of my writings, you can also follow me on Twitter. Follow me on @JSPrice_media. Thank you.

Hollywood need to start addressing US problems rather than emphasising others'

Academy Awards 2013 (Image: The films released in 2012 have been reflected and honoured in the past four weeks. In the last month, we discovered who were victorious at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs and most recently, the Academy Awards. Films such as Les Miserables, Lincoln, Argo, Life of Pi and Silver Linings Playbook were among the biggest winners. During the Oscars, Daniel Day Lewis flew the flag for Britain, defying all odds by winning a record-breaking three leading actor gongs. Skyfall also did well, most notably with the overwhelming success of its soundtrack by Adele - which also won a BRIT music award for song of the year. Unfortunately this isn't a blog post where I rave on about the film industry. Personally, I don't have any problems with the films itself, but every year, after watching these award ceremonies, I cannot help myself but to be increasingly annoyed with Hollywood and its effect on today's society. Films have been a powerful influence