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How many of you all still regularly go to the movies? I personally see -maybe- 1 movie a year. I saw the new Star Wars movie (the last one I went to) and before that Titanic when it was released. That's about it.

I find my own home theater is better than the movies (WAY better in sound, and almost as good in picture, plus convenience and lack of teeny-bopper kids yapping during the movie...) so I just feel no need to go!

I watch probably around 1-2 movies per week at home and ~1/YEAR at the theaters. What is your numbers?



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7 per week at home, 0 in theaters.

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Good comment. My wife and I rarely go to movies in the theater anymore, we much prefer to see them here at home.

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Ditto...

2 per week at home. Last one in theaters was Titanic. Last before that was ...???

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I guess I'll buck the trend here.

I see 1 to 2 movies a month in a theater (we've got some good, new ones here) and probably 2 per week at home. I still enjoy the experience of seeing a good film on a big screen although I did almost have to choke the life out of the "talker" that was sitting next to me at "Pearl Harbor" yesterday...


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I have to admit I still go. However, it is almost always for a movie I can't wait for to come out on dvd. I have been waiting for Pearl Harbor to be released for some time. The movie met my expectations but didn't exceed them. I agree with mostly everyone here at avs: the effects were very impressive yet the script was lacking. I still felt like I got my money's worth though.

Part of the reason I still go is because I live in New Orleans in the uptown area. I am only a few blocks from an older movie house called Prytania theater (only one screen). It was made in the early 1900's. It isn't as ornate as most older movie houses but I love it nonetheless. The audio is extremely well done and blows away the local megaplexs. The Palace and some others can't even come close. Video-wise it is very good but not great. I have seen better. The nostalgia of the Prytania is what keeps me coming back.
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I'd have to say at least 2 to 3 times per month if there is something worth watching. For me the theatre experience is still my favourite way of watching movies. We have a new high tech and very comfortable theatre here with enormous screens and excellent sound. Although I project my image at 11 ft. wide it's just not the same for me (although it's very close). You can't ignore the involvement of the audience (incognizant members not withstanding), it adds another dimension to the experience as if to heighten the thrill. For me it's all part of the adventure and a cheap night out! Your results may vary. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/wink.gif

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since I am just now getting into front projection, my movie theater days are not quite yet at an end... but I am working on it.... where I am living now has terrible movie theaters (30 year old places with crappy seats, terrible picture and sound).....thus it has inhibited my desire to go... I think I have gone three times in the last six months, twice to the same movie because one group of friends hadn't seen it so I went again (Bridget Jone's Diary... which was hilarious btw)....my restraint is quite an accomplishment given that I am a movie fanatic and we would go to virtually every hollywood release no matter how terrible... I simply couldn't wait for anything to come out on video.... an 8 foot wide screen at home is slowly curing me of that!!

as to the other question, average is at least 5-7 movies per week at home over the last six months (slowly making it through the DVD collection)... if we are counting parts of movies watched to show off to friends that come to visit, then it is a lot more than 5-7.... watched a total of 10 DVDs this weekend alone since friday night... would have been more but had to watch the Indy 500 and coca cola 600....man I love being lazy on this long weekend....if you lock yourself in the theater room, you would be amazed how easy it is to forget about all the chores and errands that need to be run.....or better yet, how easy it is to forget about the world entirely outside your theater room....



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I usually go to the movies once every week, to once per two weeks. It tends to be more of a social gathering place for myself and my friends. ALl of my peer group have DVD's but I am the lucky one with the FP. However, my Home Theatre is not yet done, and until then, I cannot quite host parties to my liking.

DVD's I watch about one to twice a week. (I DO get withdrawal if I haven't watched one DVD per week though as my girlfriend can attest!)

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The last movie I saw in the theater was Titanic.
Just don't like chips crunching all around.
We are watching 1-3 movies per week in our Home Theater.

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I see maybe 1 movie a year at the theater and I average 2 - 4 movies per week on my CRT system. I am a collector so my LD/DVD's are so big now I have built a special room for storage.
My sound and vision eats any multiplex and is only lacking in vision compared to the very best theaters in the country.
I can wait for a movie to come out on Dvd because I tend to watch a good movie twice on my first viewing at home where I feel cheated at the theater by not getting that option.
I still remember doing this at the theaters many years ago when they would let you watch as many times as you would like (or could stand).

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I haven't been to the Theaters since Gladiator, which I was quite anxious to see.

I have no reason to go to a commercial theater.

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I usually go once a week or every two weeks. More of a ‘tradition’ than anything else. However, we tend to go to the earliest showing or during the middle of the week to avoid the crowds. Pearl Harbor will have to wait a week or two.
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We have some pretty awsome theaters here with Stadium seating and extreme sound systems. One of them is just down he street 2 blocks away, so I walk down and see movies there no matter what is playing. The others are at Downtown Disney, just 5 minutes by car and they have a digital (TI DLP) theater there. because of this, I guess I go to 1-2 per week in the theaters - whatever the new releases are. Then I choose which of these to purchase DVD on based on what I see at the theater. Probably watch 2-3 a week at home. I'm one sick movie dude I guess.

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I usually go about once a month it depends on what is being released. When I get my new theater finished I probably wont go unless it is something special that I don't want to wait for.
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I am pretty much done going to movies unless it's one that's REALLY high on my list.

Here are the last movies I've went to:

2001
Hannibal

2000
The Sixth Day

1999
End of Days
The Matrix
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I used to go to ohh, I'd say once every 45 days. Next movie I'll go to is LOTR, maybe Planet of the Apes and Collateral Damage. I'm an Arnold mark, so I go to most of his movies though I skipper Batman.
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Titanic (video and audio sucked)
Jurasic Park (enjoyed, but was pre-FP)
Before that?

1-3 movies per week and lots of other great video in our home theater!


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The only thing that will get me to go to a theater is IMAX 3D. Can't get that at home yet. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/smile.gif

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I've been to a theater maybe twice in the past year.
Can't even remember which films I saw.

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You're correct that we don't go to the movies as
often as before the home theater.

The home theater experience is much better than the
commercial theaters. You set your own timetable, you
don't have to sit through previews. You can pause the
movie if you need to use the restroom.

The sound is much, much better than the commercial
theaters. When I get the new projector set up - I
trust the picture will be better too. The seats are
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The last movie I saw in a theater was "Chocolat".

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The last movie I saw in a theater was the Phantom Menace. So I guess I'm at ~1/year for the theater and 2/week at home.

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going to a quality theater ( that is one which deserves its THX label http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/biggrin.gif ) is still much enjoyable. and it's always great to go out, bring the chick, get with friends before or after and have a great dinner.

Now, one day I'll get my house, the garden and the 20ft screen 30seats HT and then, most probably, movies in theater will have become totally unecessary.

so far, 10ft screen and an appartment http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/biggrin.gif . Yet, at least I got the JBL cinema speakers. just missing a very big screen. 20ft should do.

yet, watching TITANIC or STAR WARS on a 65ft screen in a quality theater is still puzzling!

so for now, with friends we still go 1-2 times per month, sometimes 3 times. for home movies, I try to organise 1 movie evening ( dinner and movie ) 3 or 4 times month.

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I must say that I definitely don't see that many movies anymore in the theater. Probably one every month or two. Even with a good home theater setup, I still enjoy going to the large, new theaters - probably the best movie I've seen in a theater was Gladiator in Chicago (AMC) - excellent seats, sound and monsterous screen.

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Uh, I don't understand the question. What's a movie theater ?


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As I mentioned before, usually just a friend's outting for me.. but I hate it when they choose the "Definite Video Rental Classification" type of movie to watch. The last one I saw in this category was "Bridget Jones Diary"

1) Chick flick (no offense gals, I loved Harry met Sally)
2) No SFX, no Xtreme sound
3) It was a reasonable movie, but not a must see.

*SIGH* that's what I get for being a softie and going with the crowd, but I suppose the girls in our group got sick of watching SFX, and Matrix style flicks!

Last movie I've watched?
- Shrek. This is a must buy DVD, but depending on your setup, you could skip this in the theatre. There are some nice big effects though.

But as some of us, I use Movies as a preview for what I want to buy on DVD.

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Quote:
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Uh, I don't understand the question. What's a movie theater ?


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Excellent question! Allow me...

A movie theater is where people talk throughout the movie, bass notes run together, the popcorn is served to you by someone who has no idea what that much butter does to your blood flow, and you wonder if all the other people realize how fantastic a home theater can be!

My wife and I have recently decided to overhaul our home theater and have sold a few vital components. So, instead of watching a movie at home, we went to see The Mummy Returns at the local stadium theater. What a disappointment! I don't know if I will ever go back again! The sound was below average at best. There is no good reason, if you are really into movies, to go out to a theater!

To answer the original question:

Movie Theater: Less than two per year

Home Theater: 5 to 8 per week

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Hey there,
_____I would like to maybe put a thought across.
I live in Baltimore Maryland and like many of you had stopped going to the movies when I was done setting up my home theater. In about 98 or99, an old theater was renovated a little distance from where I live. You have probably heard of it.It is called the Sanator Theater. It has been featured in lots of older movies whos names I cant recall just this minute. Anyway, Whoever donated the money plus the city of Baltimore, did a great job. Now, here I am talking about an old premier theater probably one of the biggest in its time. It rivals the newer theaters in size, sound, comfort etc etc. The seats are the true old, probably handmade leather recliners with just the right spring system for reclining. The hall is so wide, to get perfect sound image, I try to seat myself right smack in the middle of the theater.
_____Now here is the best part. There is only one theater unlike the newer movie multiplex theaters.They use a 70mm reel/tape to show movies so you can imagine how much more clear the movies are. The screen spans the theater, left to right and is somewhat curved(perfect). They use what they call 8 channel SDDS and the sound system is unrivaled by any other theater I;ve been to. I remember the first movie that I watched there: Airforce One. It took some getting used to. For the duration of the movie, I was part of the scenes and it felt real..............
No need for me to go on. Just hope that most of you have experienced such excellence.
And That there is a reason for me to go back to theaters, what with Pearl Habor showing. Would you really wait a few months to see it in your HT or get into the experience right now.

Any thoughts? This is just my opinion.
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SORRY GUYS BUT YOU ARE MISSING ON SOMETHING BIG!

THERE ARE 530 AMC THEATERS equipped with a TORUS COMPOUND CURVED SCREENS.

The impact of Movies seen on this most OVERLOOKED component of Visual High Fidelity is to die!

Can someone please contact AMC and find a TORUS compound curved screen near them.

When you do attend, make sureyou say the image is out of focus , to get maximum definition.

Once you experience that, you will become born again movie goers.
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Tell them Cineramax,
_________Some of these theaters are actually to die for. Dont wanna beleive this, try for yourself. If you dont like it, ask them for a refund. As long as you leave before the movie is over(joke). But seriously, you may have to travel a little ways if theres not one near you, and trust me, like vineramax said, it is TOTALY worth it.

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I take the kid to see kid movies. The last two movies I saw in a theater for myself was Starwars and Saving Private Ryan. Before that, I think it was Independance Day.

At home, about 3-7/wk during fall and winter and 2-3/wk during spring and summer. DVDs get purchased at the rate of about 2/mth.

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