Interesting topic. It seems that since about 9/11, domestic films have been overrun with themes that are popular with 12-13 year old boys, or those adults who have been emotionally and intellectually stunted at a very early age, like the current transient in the White House. Of course, these films include plenty of CGI for those with attention deficit. There is no nuance or detailed exposition, since action films are made for worldwide distribution.
I rarely go to the theater anymore. In the last 4 months I have only gone twice - the 60th anniversary screening of VERTIGO and THE POST, safe, predictable, and easily digestible. Not too different than those old made for TV films. What has captured my attention in the last few years are the series produced especially for cable - first with THE SOPRANOS, then BREAKING BAD and DEADWOOD, and continuing with HOUSE OF CARDS, OZARK, BETTER CALL SAUL, MIND HUNTER, and while I haven't seen it, I hear that BOSCH is good too. These are series made by adults, for adults, with acting, generally, of a high order, with compelling characterizations. With quality like this one can sit at home in the easy chair, so why go out and pay $10-11 for something that may turn out less than expected?