Humans had built a world inside the world, which reflected it in pretty much the same way as a drop of water reflected the landscape. And yet… and yet… Inside this little world they had taken pains to put all the things you might think they would want to escape from — hatred, fear, tyranny, and so forth. Death was intrigued. They thought they wanted to be taken out of themselves, and every art humans dreamt up took them further in.
The emotions for everyone with the theaters are unique in its own way, the movies you watch inside the theaters are not just the movies, they are indestructible memories and experience that never dies. Cinema has transformed over the years but experiencing a movie in a theatre is an ecstasy of all alone. An important thing About the theatres are the ambiance and the Experience among all the audience.
During the past decade, there have been so many new outlets for watching movies beyond going to the theater. Some bloggers even maintain excellent sites while barely seeing any films on the big screen. The number of times I visit the theater has decreased considerably during the past few years. That relates more to a busy schedule with work, home, and school than an ideological shift. I’ve discovered that getting fewer chances to visit my local movie houses actually makes this event feel more special. When you’re only catching a movie or two in the theaters each month, it adds an extra touch to each visit. It’s true that there are more distractions than ever at the theater. Commercials blare on the screen before we even get to the preview. Kids (and adults) play on their cell phones and chatter loudly with little regard for anyone else’s enjoyment. The prices for tickets and concessions have risen sharply, and 3D and IMAX bring extra charges on top of it. Even with all these obstacles, I still really enjoy watching movies on the big screen. I’m taking a positive approach this week, and I’ve provided five reasons why it still works for me.
When I speak about the “community experience” of seeing a movie, I’m not just referring to the atmosphere of seeing a new film in a packed house with an excited audience. That feeling is part of it, but it can also be a double-edged sword when comfort takes a back seat. What I’ve referring to is catching a movie with family or friends and just having a great time. I have no problem going to the theater by myself, and there are benefits of going that route. However, it’s also fun to share this experience with others. Grabbing a drink and discussing our reactions after catching a film just adds to the fun.
Home theater technology has improved dramatically in recent years, and it doesn’t take a fortune to build a solid system. Even so, it still doesn’t compete with visiting a well-designed theater. I’m not referring to the giant multiplexes with 30 screens. These are smaller venues with just a few screens that have character. A renovated old movie house that’s one of the most comfortable places to see a film. which is easily my favorite place to see a movie in town. This massive single-screen location (pictured above) was once a temple and now offers a nearly perfect environment. The downstairs area has leather couches for a relaxing setting, but the best viewing spot comes from the balcony.
When we talk about theaters having no distractions, I’m not referring to the many obstructions from others who don’t care as much about the viewing experience. Instead, what I mean is the lack of the other activities at home that draw my attention when I’m checking out a movie. Even when I’m trying to focus, it’s easy to get sidetracked by the computer, my phone, and conversations at home. In a dark theater, I’m just watching the movie and giving it my full attention. While the idea of “forgetting your cares” is a cliche, it also is partially true because I’m separated for at least a few hours from everything. It’s a lot easier to get sucked into a story when the other parts of my busy life aren’t so readily accessible.
With all the other entertainment options out there, few can compete with the spectacle of seeing a great movie on the big screen. When a master filmmaker has us in the palm of his hand, the effect can be magical. The routine of joining a group of strangers to see something amazing is really hard to match. Theater owners may try their best to ruin the spectacle by adding loud commercials and leaving the lights on during previews, but the excitement remains. I know this feeling isn’t shared by a lot of moviegoers. It’s just another way to pass the time when they’re not working or doing other pursuits. In some cases, that’s all a movie is, and there’s nothing wrong with that. When a film goes beyond that level, it’s hard to describe how well it works. This achievement doesn’t happen every time, but it still affects me when everything comes together.
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