No, it's just that movies nowadays are getting more commercialized, that people might dive into thinking that since it is, the film producers no longer care about the quality of the movies, but more on market. Industry over artistry. It's not at all the case, because despite the commercialism of the movies, film producers still strive to provide its audience the best they could offer, the best they could do, of course to build their egos and fulfill their callings. Film makers aren't just businessmen, they are also artists. And their artist side prevails. Besides, not all the movies in the past are really quality ones, just like today. There are film makers who might be prioritizing making-money. But in each generations, legends are produced.