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    go to the movie theater? Well they may feel excited to see that new Star Wars movie with a group of people or be polar opposite about it would rather watch it at home, but one thing for sure they are all investing their money to watch Star Wars. For instance, with movie prices being a lot higher than before it would make sense to have a type of personal streaming media box to play these movies for a reasonable price. It may not be for everyone, but for the people who want to watch a movie with their

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    e walk into the movie theater holding hands and anticipate the movie theater to be quite empty, but to our surprise there were quite a few people there. I grab your hand and we try to find somewhere sort of isolated to sit. We walk up to the top of the theater and see that the top row is completely empty so we go to the middle of the row and sit down. I pull back the cupholder because I already know that I'm going to need a clear shot later on. I put my hand on your knee looking over at you to see

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    On July 20th 2012 a lone gunman later identified later as James Holmes entered Century 16 Movie Theater in Aurora, Colorado to inflict deliberate harms against civilians with no identifiable reasoning. Holmes, dressed from head to toe in body armor opened fire on a crowd of 70 moviegoers, killing 12 thus labeling this event as a mass shooting. Within 60 seconds, James Holmes was able cause anarchy before police apprehend him. Though the events of the shooting were horrific it did spark a nationwide

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    The Movie Experience Many avid movie watchers, may find themselves in a dilemma when it comes to deciding whether or not to watch a movie at home or go to the movie theater. Movies are a great way to relax or can be a source for entertainment. There are many variables that needs to be processed to determine whether or not to stay in and rent a movie, or go to the movie theater. When determining whether to watch a movie at the theater or wait until the movie comes out on DVD, the cost, convenience

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    Have you ever been to a movie theater where someone was snacking on an item not offered at the concession stand? A lot of people sneak outside food into theaters to enjoy and, personally, I think it’s perfectly fine. However, not everyone agrees with my opinion, in fact every three out of four movie theaters ban or punish people who bring outside food. Which side are you on, do you wanna have your cake and eat it too, or get kicked out for bringing it? My favorite candy is Milk Duds, but they

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    A movie theatre is a transporting place, not just a box in the middle of the living room, but a big window to another world. That world can take an infinite number of forms, from the dimly real to the outright fantastical. We walk into the cinema and sit down and let that large screen take us away. A movie theatre is a place of comfort. A home away from home where we do not need to worry. There’s no need to fiddle about with home amenities. Just sit back, relax and enjoy the show. A movie theatre

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    Theater tickets today can range from anywhere between 5 dollars and 20 dollars, depending on the quality of movie someone wants to see. Kelsi really enjoys going to the theater with her friends, but the money is just adding up to be too much. Along with the outrageous price range of theaters, Kelsi is not comfortable when sitting in the theater seats, and the temperature of the theater rooms can often be unbearable. Why should she go to the theater and pay ridiculous prices for tickets and food and

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    History of the Drive-In Movie Theater The story of the drive-in movie theater begins with one man. That man was Richard Milton Hollingshead, Jr., born on February 25, 1900, the "father" of the drive-in. The drive-in got its humble beginnings in the driveway of Hollingshead’s Riverton, New Jersey home, at 212 Thomas Avenue. This is where his first experimentations took place. Setting a 1928 Kodak projector on the hood of the family car, he projected the film onto a screen he had nailed to a

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    conventional theater, at home on TV, through your computer, on handheld portable players, or even in your car. In all of this rampant growth, two viewing forms have become the most popular industry standards: the movie theater and the home DVD player. The main things to consider when debating whether to go to a theater or to watch a DVD at home are environment, movie quality, and price. By sitting at a movie theatre for many hours, your environmental issues or concerns are going to be very high. Movie theatre

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    several differences. One of the main differences between the movie theater and staying at home is the price. Movie tickets can be expensive, and this is often one of the reasons why people stay home. Staying at home can save a large amount of money, because the temptations are not available like buying more snacks than necessary or buying a 3-D ticket which costs even more money. Families usually enjoy watching a movie at the theater together. If this family is large, the

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