The story is being picked up again after no one's discussed it for more than a year: Universal has announced (again) the plans for Little Fockers, the next (NOT final, according to the reps..) installment of the "Meet..." franchise which has grossed nearly a billion worldwide while in theaters. Now sure, I admit that I am excited for this and it does sound like a very intriguing film (and I suppose it's just the next step, right?), but isn't there a larger question that remains begging to be addressed?
Wouldn't it be nice to put some of that money to work for the economy? Or better yet, why don't the huge production companies donate the money they would have spent on ridiculous movies like Saw 15 or Epic Movie VVII (get the joke?) for example, and throw some of that our way directly?
Maybe to our schools and towns in desperate need of funding? Or for the states battered by natural disasters and other unforeseen events that have left them devastated and poor.