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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by R0rschach, Jan 3, 2008.
Yup, it sure is dieng a slow and rich death.
Under $7 on average?
I'm going to the wrong theaters ...or just going at the wrong time ...or maybe just in the wrong city.
My movie theatre is $12.00 that's why I download.
People were bootlegging movies long before now. It's the movie quality.
I agree with Terry.
Movie's have gotten repetitive and bland recently. The downfall for me was SM3.
Doesn't help that my theater's are 9 bucks, and 7 for matinee.
I don't download them at all.
I think it sucks when you download them,
1.it takes too long
2.Movie looks crappy
3.it sounds crappy too
Man, put it this way i don't go to the movies.Too expensive.
The Pirate Movies aren't that bad.
Yeah, Jack Sparrow is funny as hell
Stealing movies is wrong, mm'kay?
Pirate movies are only crappy when you dunno what you're downloading. Reading coments is key.
well, you know. Reading is fundamental...
What did you just call me?
Completely agree, if i know the movie will suck somewhat im not going to see it in theaters, il download it watch it, and it will suck than id be happy that i didn't shell out 10 bucks for a dam ticket.
i only see movies in the theaters when i know for a fact itl be worth it.
Haha, yeah The IT Crowd can be funny...when they wanna be.
well, ya know, it might help if they actually lowered the ticket prices...
that's just my opinion though
If I really want to see a movie, I bite the wallet, and go to the theater.
If I really want to see a movie, and I don't want to fork out 8 bucks, I wait until dvd.
If I really want to see a movie, and I don't want to fork out 8 or 4 bucks, I say "it's worth a download."
they are always funny
They don't always hit the target. Just keepin' it real, yo.
To be honest, the movie industry has the same problem the music industry has, and it's not "pirates"; it's releasing absolute drivel and then wondering why no one wants to see it and they lose their shirt on the production. Make films people actually want to see and they'll go see them. Pretty damn simple. Just because no one went to see your soaring epic doesn't mean they're just waiting to download it. In fact, it probably means that your soaring epic sucked ass and shouldn't have been made in the first place. Get a grip.
good point, jag
No more needs to be said.
Jag, destroyer of threads.
Ticket prices have nothing to do with it. I work at a theater myself and it's 6.00 for a matinee and 8.50 for after matinee. People still fork out the cash or credit cards to see a movie despite it being crappy or great. So, I think it's the quality of the films themselves and the overall disappointment after so much hype the film was given.
I know where I work is just one theater, but during the holidays, we had every show sell out and it was films that I know no one gave a **** about seeing. But because they had nothing to do they're willing to hand over 8.50 to see P.S. I Love You, This Christmas, or Awake.
to me it is... yes, the quality of the film does count for something, but I don't have that kind of money lying around the house to just spend needlessly, even if it is an incredible movie
Food is more important than a movie