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Wally wanted to pin point the reason behind the widespread interest in movies. He noticed that although the population's taste in genre varied a lot it was virtually impossible to find someone who would say that she/he hated movies.
Wally discovered that regardless of one's upbringing, social status and country of origin movies have become part of almost every culture. With the advancement of technology and the now affordable forms of media such as, web cameras, camcorders, camera phones etc. anyone can create a movie.
Where's Waldo thought that movies had in some way replaced cave drawings when combined to social media and that now anyone with access to this technology was able to express their own artistic talent at a click of a button.
In Wally's opinion related directly to his research, movies represented the future of web based communication and often brought insight into what lies ahead. Before many great new inventions are created, it can be said that often times they were inspired in some form by what someone saw or witnessed in a movie.
Although this isn't always the case but movies like Back To The Future, Space Audicy 2001, Star Wars, Star Trek, Star Gate and many more have been at the forefront of technological advancement. They have inspired the minds of many brilliant scientists who then have dedicated their careers to recreating some of the most amazing devices.
Wally realized that although we don't yet have access to teleportation devices, hand held laser weapons, jump drives or flying cars, things like laptops, smart phones and fuel efficient vehicles have become widespread.
Wally concluded that therefore the fascination that lies behind movies isn't solely about self broadcasting, connecting with other people's emotions but also a way of looking into the future and finding a little hope.