Science fiction movies started booming in the film industry. The basis of science fiction was dystopian society. Movies in this category include Escape from New York, Tech nourish Blade Runner and Back to Future trilogy. Largely, the main of fiction movies was the young audience who wanted to associate with modern trends. Another movie trend observed in 1980s was thriller movies, which include Fatal Attraction, Cult Classic blue Velvet, Body Heat, and Shinning. History has it that Cult Classic Blue Velvet of 1986 attracted a large audience following its classic performance.
Another category of movies was fantasy films which sprang back to chart boards. Sorcery and sword was the centre of their plot and play. The performance included Excalibur, Dragon slayer and most successful fantasy movie of 1982, Conan the Barbarian starred by Arnold Schwarzenegger. In addition, The Princess Bride and Sword trended in the late 1980s. Others in the late 1980s and early 1990s include Sorcerer, Disney Return, and Oz. Drama and horror movies characterized the 1980s performance in the film industry (Dirks). Rain Man and Out of Africa trended in drama category. Horror movies included Crocodile Dundee II. Action films focused on the Vietnam War and policing system. Movies such as Rambo: First Blood Part II, Platoon, and Missing in Action topped the category.
In 1990s, science and fiction dominated the film industry. Titanic moved the heart of many people in 1997 and towards the end of twentieth century. Other that trended in 1990s include Toy story in 1995, Saving Pirate Ryan 1998, Jurrasic Park in 193 and Home Alone in 1990. Action continued in 1990s, but many people preferred science and fiction. Drama also attracted many people who like going to the theatre.
In 2000s was a new era in the movie industry. The advent of You Tube, Google, Amazon, Craigslist, and Blogosphere changed the sense of movies in the society. Disaster such as 9/11/2001, bombing, influenced