You are talking about basic necessities in the same breath as paid entertainment. Movies, videogames, TV shows, chinese cartoons, and non-chinese cartoons are luxury products. These are not basic necessities. You can live your life without some of them, no matter how much you'd love to consume that particular piece of media.
I understand levels above the bottom 2 in Maslow's hierarchy matter, but you can get entertainment for free from public libraries, bookcrossing, or local events to name a few. Hell, the internet has all kinds of freely available things.
>Lawyers and politicians reap 99% of the material benefits from the current system of content restrictions.
Then stop consuming proprietary media that perpetuates this state of things. There's a ton of PD or otherwise freely distributed media out there, more than enough for a few lifetimes. Draconian "intellectual property" laws are fought with political advocacy, not pretending torrents are a statement. Buy CDs directly from musicians. Fund movie projects you're interested in. Buy games and books from Humble Bundle and put the sliders 100% to charity (preferably EFF if you ask me, but that's up to you).>>3769
But you are being entitled. I'm paying full price for neither vanilla lattes nor videogames, because I don't drink or play things I think aren't worth their price.