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Premium video on demand is a future few filmmakers want

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By LINDSEY BAHR

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Yes and no. I do not have what people may call a home theatre. However, depending on the film, and if you consider the price to take a family of four, and the added costs why not. (Especially in countries in which the ticket prices, snacks and drinks, transportation is not cheap like Japan.)

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No I would not. I still think cinemas have their place, television channels, besides news, do not, however.

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“You really want your film to be in theaters as long as possible because that’s where they are meant to be seen,” Nolan said.

No... that is where you have a revenue stream. Someone else is going to make that money and they don't like it. I would prefer to watch at home, have my own food and relax. For some movies, yes the theater is a must do experience, but not for all movies.

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yes if... it's free of ads !

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If I can ever work out how to pop theatre popcorn at home, probably no anyway. Only a handful of movies I want to see on the big screen anyway. Now if they started making better movies? We'll see.

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