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Ever wondered why cinema halls have made it past decades even with all the technology we have, which enables us to watch movies on a fairly large screen accompanied by high quality speakers at the comfort of our couch?
Movie theatres are indestructible even as piracy threatens to take over the experience earned from watching a movie at a cinema hall, and there is a good reason behind it.
Though we live in a world where we can acquire the pirated version of any movie within hours from its theatrical release and then watch it at the comfort of our home, it is important to shell out a few extra notes from our wallets to watch a film at a cinema hall.
Not because it is our responsibility to save the lives of people, responsible for keeping us entertained. It is not even because of the fact that encouraging piracy is immoral.
The reason why we should watch movies at cinema halls is because, theatres offer us something more than the movie itself. The experience of watching our favourite movies and stars along with a group of strangers, screaming and hooting in a close-knit environment - now that's unmatchable.
If you want to enjoy the cinematic experience to the fullest, then there is no other option but to experience it at cinema halls.
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