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View Poll Results: Where do you prefer to watch movies?
The movie theater 7 16.28%
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Old 01-09-2013, 02:14 PM   #21
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Some movies are cool to see on the big screen. However, its always better to watch movies at home if you have a nice set up. Not to mention the food, drinks etc... no distracting idiots, ability to pause and the after movie

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I am a little surprised by the results. Then again I guess I am happy to know that I'm not the only one who is reclusive when it comes to watching a movie. I can walk to two theaters in about 10-15 minutes but always dred who will be sitting beside, behind or in front of me.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:29 AM   #31
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I like to watch 'em in both, but it is nice to see them the way they were intended (I've yet to talk to a director that didn't frame and shoot and compose for the silver screen)...
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If it's a drama/suspense movie, I prefer to watch it in the theater. Right in front of OP. While simultaneously watching a comedy on my iPad. And surfing for foreign porn on my phone. And farting.

I've been to maybe 4 movies in theaters in the last 8 years or so. But I dont watch that many at home, either. People are always shocked at some of the movies I've never seen. I guess I'm just not that into them.

And for the record, I've never talked to a director. Guess I'm not that cool.
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Depends on the movie, and when I say that I really mean it depends on the crowd. I live in the town center so I have a theater within walking distance - however town center = where every teen and tween hangs out at night. That means if I go see a comedy the place is packed with talkers ...... which is why I only go to the later showings of R rated movies.
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