Following up on the (brief) discussion in the Hercules video about how three act structures create a conventional narrative in Hollywood movies.

A screenplay having three acts is not just arbitrary, nor is it a myth – some of your favorite movies use it, and here’s why it works.

Cited articles:

Film Crit Hulk – “The Myth of the Three-Act Structure”

The de-Hulkifier:

Todd Vanderwerff – “The biggest problem with modern blockbusters, explained by Independence Day: Resurgence”