- Inverse Cost and Quality Law
The Inverse Cost and Quality Law attempts to formalize any
Hollywoodcinema production characterized by a large budget and, by negative correlation, poorly perceived critical attributes. The American writer, David Foster Wallace[http://www.davidfosterwallace.com/bio.shtml] [http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/09/13/david-foster-wallace-dies_n_126238.html] , coined the term and established subject attributes for the lawin a 1998 article titled, "F/X Porn" [http://www.badgerinternet.com/~bobkat/waterstone.html] by which Wallace primarily critiques the weaknesses of , 1991; a blockbuster (entertainment)[http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=terminator2.htm] film directed by James Cameron.
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