Director Martin Scorcese got in hot water in October of 2019 when he said that he didn’t watch Marvel movies because they weren’t “cinema of human beings trying to convey emotional, psychological experiences to another human being.” He related them to theme parks. He went on later to explain his reasoning behind the statement. He went into the experience of people watching Alfred Hitchcock films. Hitchcock always had character conflicts at the heart of the story. In reality, these days don’t see this much in mainstream movies because people shy away from conflict and controversy. Scorsese went on to write an editorial in The New York Times explaining how the movie business has changed. He said overall there has been a gradual, but steady elimination of risk. Scorcese could be exactly right.