[LMB] OT Cinemas (25/7) : OT: Reader response
mathews55 at msn.com
Mon Jul 26 13:40:40 BST 2021
Pretty soon, cinema will become what live musical theater is today - upscale entertainment for the affluent and educated, just as Broadway did before them, and opera before that. In the mid-19th century, opera was mass-market entertainment.
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Subject: [LMB] OT Cinemas (25/7) : OT: Reader response
From: WILLIAM A WENRICH <wawenri at msn.com>
> tidsel via Lois-Bujold <lois-bujold at lists.herald.co.uk> wrote:
> I guess I miss going to the cinema, the bigger room, other people, a certain atmosphere, a little outing/event..
> Are the days numbered for cinemas? Hastened by the pandemic?
People talking during the film, some doing spoilers, sound way to loud and the ability to pause and attend to nature's call without loosing part of the movie at home make streaming better. Oh, and the ability to review parts on some platform is a big plus.
Gwynne: People also have larger TV's at home, with better resolution - you don't feel
that you're missing much.
I love the atmosphere of the cinema, and it's more of an event than watching a movie
at home. But sometimes home is just so more convenient. And cheaper, too - cinemas
are getting very expensive.
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