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‘NO TIME TO DIE’ AND THE FRIGHTENING FUTURE FOR THEATERS
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LINK: Can movie theaters recover from a Bond-sized hole?
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Saw HONEST THIEF in a theater on the weekend. I couldn't help but think how much better it was watching it like this, instead at home on my TV.

The theatrical experience is a big part of my life (I try to watch a new movie every week). The world would be a much lesser place without it.
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At the beginning of the year there were a half dozens titles I wanted to see. Of those, only one (Bill and Ted 3) got my money because it was available on streaming. More and more studios are going to go where the consumer's money is and its not theatrical.
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A lot depends on how the election goes. If it goes badly, you might be right.
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You mention A QUIET PLACE 2 in there. Totally forgot about that one...I'm kinda shocked it wasn't purchased for a Halloween prestige streaming title.
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