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How big is the gap between watching movies on TV and in theaters?

I haven't seen a single movie ever since COVID came. In big part because my extended family has so many streaming services and share with us. And in large part also because tickets and foods have gotten pretty expensive. I keep seeing on Reddit and Quora of people saying that watching in a movie theater is a far superior experience than at home and that theaters are here to stay even as they dwindle in numbers. Enough I'm now curious enough that I might actually watch a movie at a local theater before 2023 ends. In what ways is watching the newest release in theaters so different from at home on a big flat screen TV? Is the expensive ticket fee worth it? Yes I haven't seen a movie for so long that this is a serious question. Its inspired by all the free streaming services I got because of how large my family is.

Re: How big is the gap between watching movies on TV and in theaters?

If you can't remember what a superior experience it is, just pick a movie and go. You'll be glad you did and you'll see it's well worth the cost.

And btw, you don't have to buy refreshments there, so use your brain and put stuff in your jacket pockets.

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Re: How big is the gap between watching movies on TV and in theaters?

Godzilla Minus One would be a good big screen flick to get you back! Or the new Hunger Games movie.

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Re: How big is the gap between watching movies on TV and in theaters?

"Poor Things" looks like it would be an excellent film to see at the cinema.

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Re: How big is the gap between watching movies on TV and in theaters?

Have you made plans to see a movie in the cinema?

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