When I compare watching movies in the cinema and watching movies at home, I noticed there are some distinct similarities and differences between the two.When one is watching movies at home, one can take a break anytime he wants; however, in the cinema, the movie is shown without any break.In conclusion, there are lots of similarities and differences between watching movies at our own comfortable house and watching movies at the cinema.I insist that watching movie at home is better.One needs to but a movie ticket at the cinema to go in; and when one wants to watch a movie at home, he needs to buy the DVD.
813 words (2.0 pages)
Also movie theater provide nice and comfortable cheers so we can enjoy watching the movie while we are relaxing in comfortable seats.However cinemas do have some disadvantages such as going to the cinema could be more expensive than watching the movie at home, we may not like to sit next to stringers and even we maybe have to be aware of them.For example, when we watch a movie at home we totally have 100% privacy, so that we can discuss things we like or did not understand while watching the movie, also we can wear any cloths that make us comfortable such as pajamas or frumpy cloths.Actually watching a movie at home do have many things that cinema do not have.However, when watching a movie at home is it like watching the same movie but i...
688 words (1.7 pages)
If we talk about the facts then nowadays people want to watch movies more at home rather than going out all the way to cinema to watch the same movie with some expenditure of money.People who are not so influential by social circles try to stay at home and watch a movie, which does not only make themselves comfortable but save some money as well.Movies are basically a source of entertainment through which people relax, get some knowledge or learn something for themselves or sometimes watching a movie is for pure enjoyment.So the question is how people watch movie or film or any other video?In terms of money the average cost of watching a movie in cinema is up to $40-$50, includi... .
494 words (1.2 pages)
Someone who is overwhelmed by a sense of despair may turn to be positive about his life after watching this movie, since he may be deeply moved by the plot that no matter how hard the life is, Andy struggled with his life.In my opinion, watching films in cinemas is preferred than watching them at home because of the above reasons.In my opinion, watching films in cinemas is preferable to watching them at home because of the above reasons.To most movie buffs, watching movies is enjoyable and full of charm, entertaining people, touching people’s soul.I debated back and forth about including an orienting phrase: “But the best reason to go to the movies instead of watching movies at home is that going to the movies allows me to participate …”...
5353 words (13.4 pages)
Additionally, I can watch the film with many people.So I always wait for weekends to relax, at night, I want go out and breathe the cool breeze of the night, and I often go to the cinema to see a film so that I can effectively use the remaining time of freedom.One of the biggest factors that make me feel like watching films at cinemas is the bigger screen and realer sound I can enjoy there.I have a TV which can play my DVDs, but while their quality approach that founds in the cinema , big home movie systems are too expensive .After a hard-working day, what can be more satisfying than watching films and concentrating with amusement on the plots?
411 words (1.0 pages)
60% people agree watching movies in the cinema is expensive but only 10% of the people aren’t agree watching movies in cinemas is expensive.We can know that from this chart of survey report, that show the most of the female at 13 to 18 years old are more likely to watching movies at cinema.At cinema they can learn a lot of good things as well as bad things by watching movies.And 40% of the people agree the cinemas help a lot in reducing study stress among youth that is because watching movies at cinema is an entertainment to the youth for spending their time.Only few percent of people more likely buy the pirated discs watching at home.
1967 words (4.9 pages)
In the end I managed to watch only ten films, a measly number when put against the numbers stacked up by most of the festival goers.For some the steps offered the best vantage point to check out celebrities who streamed in and out of the venue; for serious movie buffs, it was a place to discuss movies and decide which movies to watch.However, I kept clear of the hustle and bustle of the main venue, choosing instead to watch movies mostly at Dhanya-Remya theatre complex because firstly, it is barely a ten-minute walk away from my home, and secondly, it was relatively less crowded.Watching ‘The Rocket’ When The Rocket’s first screening won rave reviews, it was but natural for its subsequent screening to witness a huge rush.And hence, I was...
459 words (1.1 pages)
Secondly, watching a movie at home is inexpensive.So as the years have progressed, watching movies at home has become an attractive activity to for many people.Overall, staying home to watch a movie offers many enjoyments such as convenience, inexpensiveness, and control.Movie volume and lighting can be adjusted for his own comfort level in the privacy of his home.The most beneficial aspect of watching movies at home is the ability to control the environment.
618 words (1.5 pages)
These reviews help other people to make their choices in choosing which movie to watch.This makes the website quite useless for some people who want better seats in the cinemas, and they would rather buy the movie tickets themselves at the cinema.Where, the customers get to feel that they are in the movie when it is showing.Therefore, we are able to make the right choices and save money on simply watching any movies.This can help people to make the right choices of what movies to watch after watching the trailer.
3324 words (8.3 pages)
Finally, watching movies is simply for the pleasure.Watching movie in cinema affect interacting with family?This is because, teenagers watch movie and follow others such as foreign culture.Sometimes, they feel stress, so that teenagers spending their time in watching movies in cinema.Most of the people addicted to watch movie in cinema, especially teenagers.
1325 words (3.3 pages)
The ending of the movie wasn’t that very satisfying because it wasn’t said in the movie that Sixto lived happily in Manila for he run away from home.The first movie that I watched was Anac Ti Pating from Baguio.The movie narrates the life of a hard-working boy who struggles to reach his dreams because of having many hardships and questions in life.The movie was written and directed by Martin Masadao.As I watched the movie, the true life of Sixto was being revealed gradually.
655 words (1.6 pages)
The motion picture industry and the movie theatre chains are increasingly turning to 3D and IMAX as ways to lure audiences into theatres, and the current success of James Cameron s Avatar demonstrates that even in a serious global recession, moviegoers are willing to pay extra for a high-tech movie experience they can t get at home.In the 1980’s there was another craze for watching movies in 3D, and a number of releases such as Jaws 3-D used this technology.There were always a few special effects throughout the movie where something would leap out from the screen and make us jump.Some people might be confused by all this talk of ‘new’ 3D TVs when they have been watching 3D on their old televisions for years.Many people are avidly watchin...
2688 words (6.7 pages)
The possible ways in which the market cinema can be defined are: cinema complex, cinemas all ways of watching films including cinemas, DVDs and pay-television; and all ways of using discretionary spend including films, going to pubs, clubs or other ways of spending time and money in or out of the home.Other people are unlikely to travel a long distance just for watching movie.Many populaces would like to be there the cinema and watch the movie which is strength of the business and also will bring more profits to this Golden Screen cinema.It is the owners’ belief that the current market is ideal for the development of a new concept which gives movie patrons an entirely unique cinema experience.These decline in the 25-34 year old age group...
4836 words (12.1 pages)
DVD gives a whole new edge to watching movies as they’re individual and contain unique features to enhance the enjoyment of the watcher.The second half saw the introduction of videocassettes, which could be bought and taken home to watch.‘Saving Private Ryan’ is an example of an action movie that contains special effects but also spectacular views, which keep the viewer, enthralled.Sound is also a key feature in creating dramatic effects in movies, without sound many people can’t watch a movie as to them it appears boring.Relative newcomer Alex Garland had his novel ‘The Beach’ worked with the movie magic in 1999 starring Leonardo DeCaprio in the main role of Richard.
1021 words (2.6 pages)
ET was released in 1982 and again introduced the viewer to ET and the wonderful family that allowed him to be at home in their home.This movie whisked the viewer away to another place and led the viewer to hope that he/she was able to have that same type of sing-song wonderful life.In 1999’s The Blair Witch Project a group of college students decided to get creative and make a movie that would end up making them millions.In 1949 The Sands of Iwo Jima was released and quickly became a popular hit and movie and yet is another movie that has continued to be viewed by audiences over the past six decades.There have been different types of creativity and imagination has evolved but these features have given the viewer a place to escape to and ...
1453 words (3.6 pages)
It is what makes cinema what it is today.I try to imagine how I will react when watching it, imagining if there are moments that will evoke a reaction from me.Cinema is not just a viewing of the film, but a complete expedition to find what the spectator has wanted from the start.It is not just the experience of watching a film, but it is the experience of the travel beforehand, from the second the journey begins to arrive upon the desired location and all the steps up until the film itself begins.Beginning with the thought process of deciding to watch a film up to the point of actually watching said chosen film is a part of the cinema experience.
495 words (1.2 pages)
Because in watching a film, the spectator is not merely a passive receptacle being filled with the film’s meaning, but is engaged in a series of interpretations which depend on a whole set of background beliefs and without which the film would not make sense.That, coupled with increasingly advanced technology in the fields of televisions, home sound systems and recordable media readers means that people no longer have to go to the cinema to engage in the cinematic experience, since, with the right amount of money, you are able to replicate that same experience in the comfort of your own home, without having to jostle with the crowds in a public cinema.While many people would not feel that this is a disadvantage, consider the thoughts of ...
1482 words (3.7 pages)
I am agreeing movie is a best way to improve relationship when they are sitting together watch a film because they can share and communicate about their feeling, opinion or thinking from the movie, especially family relationship.Sometimes parents should spend some times to accompany their children watching movie and control them do not spend too much time for movie although they are Study College or University because movie will influence their examination result.In the cinema, violence movies shouldn’t band but less than 18 years old should prohibition watching violence movie in cinema so that can reduce youth imitate to be a gangster, doing a vandalism and the world may be reduce scum because under 18 years old their mind are still you...
2482 words (6.2 pages)
Cable television pay-tv, celebrity driven culture and the home revolution had a lot to do with the increase in marketing, it seemed that marketing a movie has overtaken making movies in the current era.Historical events such as the great depression in the early 30s followed by WWII affected cinema greatly, movie goers dropped dramatically with some cinemas closing down.The marketing for movies in the current era is more commercially savvy with the main emphasis on making as much money from the movie as possible.With the rising influence on the internet, and movie blogs/movie based website such as “rotten tomato’s” a web site purely based on movie ratings and reviews, movie viewers can learn about the movie and plot well in advance to wat...
1512 words (3.8 pages)
It has brought the elitist cinephile into the home and moulded the act of cinephilia as a norm for any buyer of DVD; and this is perhaps most explicitly underlined with the implementation of the DVD in 1996. the film Twister lead this new charge, the digital versatile disc movie compressed film code smaller allowing more flexibility and more film data per unit; this allowed more of an all encompassing control over the viewing experience.The way in which we consume films has long been considered a public and social event, although the glamorous movie palaces of old had faced military bombardment in world war two Britain, and the public were refusing to attend decrepit movie theatres in the fifties and sixties.This means, home theatre tech...
3169 words (7.9 pages)
The studies are affected because youth like to watch television when parents are not there in home, and having no self-discipline.In the last movies and films are bad for the youth because positive effects are lesser than negative effects.However, there are some positive effects of the films like movie “Tara Zameen Par” in which a child which is been weak in one subject can be good in other subject and the strictness of the parents on the weak subject can make the child mentally disabled.It has been noticed that boys and girls are crazy of watching movies.The modern audiences want songs and dances, spectacle and gorgeous costumes, love scenes and fights.
541 words (1.4 pages)
The business objectives are to develop one of the current cinemas (which has capacity for 250 patrons) into three Gold Class cinemas each having seating for 30 patrons, decorate the lobby area in a movie theme style and build a kitchen and bar area.This transformation will involve the renovation of one of the screens, decoration in a classy, movie theme style and the building of a kitchen and bar area.In addition patrons will be able to buy food and drinks which will be brought into them while the movie is playing.The increase in other entertainment options, for instance computer games, pubs, home cinemas and the ever shrinking window between the release of a movie in the cinema and then onto DVD means that the future of the cinema indus...
3099 words (7.7 pages)
again we can see a clear example from the movie “Dance Girls Dance” where at the end Bubbles has her own show where she gets paid a lot and where she performs for mostly the male audience dressing seductively and singing songs to provide thm pleasure and songs that their wives would never sing for them.a good example can be seen again in the movie “Dance Girls Dance”, when Bubbles performs the Hula dance for the man who is the boss of a club and is there at the girls dorm to hire some one to dance at his club.the lesbians too get the same pleasre out as the men do in viewing the movie.Bubbles hula dance is governed typically for the male audience not only outside the film who will be watching it in the cinema and at homes but also for th...
1706 words (4.3 pages)
in big Hollywood blockbuster, as well as watching film in cinema (Mintel (b), 2009).Therefore, the positioning of Transformers series movies is to provide a series of action and Sci-Fi film to people who between 15 and 45 year-old, have a favour on Hasbro Transformers series cartoons, or interest in visual effects of movie, cars and military manias.Generally speaking, young people prefer watching film in cinema, for example, 57% of people in 15-24 age group wants to enjoy a movie in cinema, but only 26% of people in 55-64 age group will do the same thing (Mintel (b), 2009).Actionable depends on capacity of company on some level, however, movie manufacturers such as Paramount Pictures and distributor do not have this problem in UK cinema ...
1970 words (4.9 pages)
Furthermore, developments in the movie industry are ongoing.This was a valuable discovery in the movie production industry.However, this early innovativeness has been advanced over the years to the complicated movie machines of today.The machine was referred to as “the wheel of life” or the “zoopraxiscope.” The machine was a production of William Lincoln and it entailed people watching photographs through an opening in the machine.In the period, the United States produced over 800 features films annually, the production was over 82% of the global movie production (Geoffrey, 1999).
1376 words (3.4 pages)
It also should have some special promotions or packages, such as offering a free combo popcorns for purchasing 5 tickets at once for a particular movie.There are highlights of the 2015 movie season as it is filled with follow-ups to fan favourite blockbusters and a few re-imaginings of iconic tales such as Cinderella, The Avengers 2, Terminator 5, James Bond 24, and Star Wars: Episode VII and many others anticipating movies.Therefore, we suggested that TGV should reduce the cost of the tickets for every movie.Based on the survey done by students from HELP University, Liew Chee Kit, Lee Weng Chuan on 2012, Hollywood film had been well dominating the movie business not only in Malaysia but globally as well.One of the reason is the willingn...
1107 words (2.8 pages)
The closest movie theater to my home in Centerview is about twelve miles away, located in Warrensburg, Missouri.A movie theatre is a place of comfort.A home away from home where we do not need to worry.I’d sooner be in a full movie theatre with a couple of annoying patrons but the audience being mostly as one, than sit alone in a dark auditorium with nobody to share my experience."A short history of movie theater concession stands.
486 words (1.2 pages)
You can really enjoy the movie in your home sitting.The movie is scheduled to be released this Christmas but there are movie goers who can’t wait any longer.At least when you are in the comfort of your own home, you can word out your thoughts to each other and not worry about disturbing the other people who are watching.At least with the access to watch Sherlock Holmes online, they can watch the movie way before others do.It is one of the most anticipated movies this year – and the possibility of you watching it even before the rest of America, or better yet, rest of the world watches it, is high.
3244 words (8.1 pages)
Naturally, the high price to see a movie creates even higher expectations of it.The average profit of movie theaters like Regal Cinemas from concessions is about $2.45 (IBIS World 1).The increase in movie ticket and concession prices turned many away from the cinema.The rise of other sources of entertainment hasn't made it any easier for the movie industry.The industry needs the audience just as much as the audience needs the movie industry.
458 words (1.1 pages)
The Exhibition excavated the forgotten marks that the cinema has left on the city by highlighting the transformation in cinema viewing and cinema production through 100 years in the city of Bombay/Mumbai.We were quite lucky to have the chance to attend the exhibition “Project Cinema City” there.An old telephone was also displayed in the gallery in which you could hear ecordings of dialogues and songs which were specially put together for this project.Another interesting spot at the exhibition was where one could sit on a cycle, which had a green chroma background to view their self image on a screen in front, with an exciting background which kept on changing as one pedaled the cycle plus the camera angles changed as well time to time.By...
487 words (1.2 pages)