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  • From Extravagant Movie Theatres to Lowly Bomba Houses: Investigating the Degeneration of City Spaces Along Claro M. Recto Avenue, Manila

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    ABSTRACT Title: From extravagant movie theaters to lowly bomba houses: Investigating the degeneration of city spaces along Claro M. Recto Avenue, Manila There is a lack of understanding about the overall process of degeneration of city spaces in the Philippine setting, specifically along Claro M. Recto Avenue, Manila. This study addresses this concern by suggesting a functionalist approach, using the theories of Durkheim and Merton, in analyzing the negative consequences and implications

  • The Pros And Cons Of Hollywood's Singin In The Rain

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    promotion and marketing of movie stars in Hollywood which started in the 1910s.The pros and cons of Hollywood’s star system which were depicted in Singin’ in the Rain will be discussed. First, Hollywood’s star system can be effective promoting of the studio. The studio has a stable number of audiences which were the fans of studio’s movie stars. Star system is a way that sustains successful movie star’s popularity. These studios tried to give similar roles to those movie stars and suit their public

  • My Hunger Games Experience : My Hunger Games

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    Desert. After I purchased my tickets, as none of my friends decided to come see the movie with me, I quickly walked through the doors to the lobby of the movie theatre. Instantly, I smelled the popcorn from the concession area, I heard the loud noise from the overcrowded movie theatre, and when I looked up slightly I could see the huge banner of The Hunger Games movie straight hanging down from the rafters of the movie theatre. I proceeded to walk to the concession area in which I decided to buy a large

  • Written Report for “July at the Multiplex”

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    watch a movie, “The Governator.” This analysis examines the possibilities and outcomes of the possibilities in order to determine what the best option is for you. This analysis covers: * Facts of the Case * Legal Analysis * Statistical Analysis * Ethical Analysis

  • The Greatest Day Of My Life

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    business booming, it is safe to infer that many find their comfort with movie theatres. Many of these people like to be engulfed by the story of their movie. My escape, however, comes from just being inside the theatre. There is something magical about theatres that keeps bringing me back. The first time I vividly remember going to the movies was when the second Harry Potter movie released. I finally watched the first movie on our brand new DVD player and read the four books that had been released

  • Benefits Of Watching Movies At Home

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    instance, going to a movie on a date or on a family outing can be fun or entertaining. Although going to a movie theater has its benefits, watching movies at home has numerous benefits from watching movies at a theater. In contrast there isn’t any distraction when watching the movie at home, being able to watch the movie at any time or place and not having to pay for over price foods or tickets. At home no one should have to face as much distraction as someone would at a movie theater. In the movies

  • Movies At Home Vs Movies Essay

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    friend to enjoy a movie. Staying at home cuddled up with a blanket, a bowl of popcorn, and picking up the newest movie on the way home from family video is another way to enjoy a movie. Most people prefer to watch them at home than online because of new services like Netflix or Hulu. However, watching movies in a theatre compared to watching a movie at home is only a choice you can decide. Many couples go out for date night, and they will go to a fancy restaurant. After that a movie will cost more than

  • Case Study : ' Industry Analysis

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    Taylor Keen MGMT489.W1 Professor Tuttle Movie Industry Analysis March 10th, 2015 Executive Summary History Keen Entertainment has been in business for nearly 40 years. Headquartered in Michigan and with theaters in nearly 40 states, Keen Entertainment is a top theater chain in the United States. Initially a Midwest chain, Keen Entertainment saw tremendous growth and has continued to expand throughout the country ever since. With nearly 4,700 screens, Keen Entertainment has great market share

  • The Pros And Cons Of Television Vs Movies

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    money with opening weekends and selling merchandise, putting their name on any product you can think of. However, television makes up for having smaller revenue by being more readily available and affordable. Not many people can simply just buy their movie ticket and be done with it, adding concessions is an easy way to have an exorbitant bill. Television, or more importantly streaming services cost less than a bucket of popcorn and a large soda. Society has become lazy; people would rather sit at home

  • The Similarities Of A Cinemax Theater Vs. Cinemax Theater

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    Going to the movie theater has been a well-known activity. People go to the movies to watch all the new movies with the company of either their girlfriend or boyfriend, a group of friends, or with family. There are many qualities one has to think about when they are choosing a location to watch a movie. They have two options, a Cinemax theater or a Drive In theater. A Drive In theater tends to have more qualities when watching a move rather than a Cinemax. Although a Cinemax theater does have some