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    The lights dim in the theater and moviegoers are excited to see the premier of a highly anticipated film, when suddenly a gunman walks into the theater, and opens fire on the crowd. This may seem like a scene from a horror movie, but on the night of July 20th, 2012 this scene became all too real. At the Century 16 movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, James Holmes killed 12 people and injured 70 more. This horrifying incident changed the way people go to the movies. Security was increased at theaters across the U.S. and theater companies enacted new rules to protect patrons. However, similar incidents have occurred and many believe that the best way to put a stop to theater violence would be to install metal detectors in theaters across the nation.…

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    Movie Theater Analysis

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    To enjoy a movie of your choosing either with a guest or alone at the movie theater, all that is required is a movie of your choosing, your movie theater of choice, to feel comfortable with things such as snacks and seating choice, and at least two hours. With these simple things, watching any movie can be a highly enjoyable experience. First, choose your move. It’s genre could range from a comedy to a horror film or a romance film to an action film. Most thrive to see an actual good film,…

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    Rocky Ford Movie Theater

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    hear all their daily news and that is from the writers at this institution. However I feel like you only provide positive news and don’t ever tell the people of Rocky Ford their towns issues and things that could be improved. So I’ve decided to inform you on one of the biggest issues and the way that it could be improved if people with power and access to the public eye like you could share this story. The issue I’m addressing is the local Rocky Ford movie theater. The reason I chose this issue…

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    A movie theater in the eyes of many is a great place to spend a night with family, or with a special one. On the other hand, many other people believe that the movie theaters are actually disgusting, chaotic, and irrelevant. These people believe that staying in the comfort of their own home to watch a movie is much better than to travel all the way to a movie theater. I am one of these people who think that watching a movie in my own living room is better, than going all the way to a movie…

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    wanted to watch a new movie that was coming out in theaters, but couldn’t decide which movie theater to go to? Well, you’re not alone. Today, movie theaters have many amenities to choose from that can make choosing which movie theater to go to a bit difficult. Many people use going to the movies as a part of their leisure time and as a part of family outings with their spouses, children, friends, or just for some alone time. Although, watching a movie can be done at home in private or in public…

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    date or a family night out. The theater is an outing almost as classic as a sports game. However; because of the distractions, the convenience, and the prices; I would rather watch movies at my house than watch them at the movie theaters. Distractions, or lack thereof, can greatly affect a movie-watching experience. At the movie theaters, people are often told to turn their cell phones on silent and refrain from talking. Despite this, there are many rebels who feel that the silence…

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    Not Sold Out There are many factors surrounding the movie theater industry that one can use to understand the management environment. There are many internal and external components to consider when running a movie theater. This chapter discusses what components affect manager’s decisions and the view from the stakeholders in the business. One could make an argument for most of the components of the external environment being the most important component for the manager of a movie theater…

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    demand of viewing movies at cinemas throughout history. The Origins of Movie Theaters Various devices for displaying crude animations and slideshows existed since the 17th century; however, it was not until the late 1800s that film, as it is known today, came into existence. One of the earliest devices for viewing these films was the Kinetoscope,…

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    completely new level. According to Hudson, the current global population has a unique fascination with movies and films, thus acting as a stimulator of growth for the Movie Theater Industry. Although the film and movie consumers around the world get satisfaction from the heavy presence of movie theatres and exhibition around the world, many investors are faced with stiff competitive rivalry thus limiting their market share in the industry. In addition, the increase of…

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    Movie Theater Analysis

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    places such as movie theaters. While observing the people in the lobby of the movie theater, I noticed that the place was full of groups of people. In different areas of the theater, it was the same, with the bare minimum being two people per group. One such group was made up exclusively of teenage boys, six of them, and they went everywhere together. When one offered to purchase snacks, the entire group followed, although they were beside the line, not in it. They all stuck together and were…

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