I must mention the speech in American films is.... terrible, my one point of reference in "Jurassic Park", where Samuel L. Jackson
mumbles his way, then puts a cigarette in his gob, well that helped, yes, he should have been subtitled, but there are many American films of the same ilk," no bugger knows what the hell you are saying?" Me, I'm from the North, we speak free, either redub your bloody
films, or subtitles, your American street talk is lost over in the "true language" of your forefathers, strange how I can watch the old American shows but these people can enunciate, or can speak clearly, compare "Columbo" or "The Invaders" with how actors speak, or are recorded today, a world of difference in just a few decades. Makes a mockery of all these sound additions in cinemas, all this expense, when elocution lessons would have sorted it in acting school. Marlon Brando was made an example of bad speech, now it is the norm.