Quote Originally Posted by ironpony View Post
Okay thanks. What about the examples, I mentioned like Dirty Harry or Goldfinger, and those movies were still hits, unless the padded action parts of it, were a drawback in spite of the success, and it's still risky?\

Also I feel that if every action sequence leads to a new plot development, that it may get to the point where the story is not only more complicated, but also too neatly put together, like it feels too neat, where an action scene that doesn't lead to a new plot development, could feel more natural, or more real, since in real life action sequences in crime stories can have dead ends and the characters are back where they were before.
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