A cool take on the future of movie theaters.


I am tired of the multiplex. The chairs may be comfortable but the experience as a whole is not. There is no warmth. No friendliness. On a Friday evening, ticket lines loop around the lobby, no seat is left empty and still the experience is lonely, solitary business. We avoid each others’ elbows on armrests, we are irritated by someone’s ‘excuse mes’ on the way to the bathroom, and we shoot furious glares at those responsible for the accidental kicking of one’s seat. Post-film banter with fellow moviegoers is non-existent. It is as if we go to the theater thinking we are headed to our living room and are distraught when we find a naked fat man on our sofa.

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