somemoron: Ahhh, the perfection of the digital cinematic experience. Because there is nothing more enjoyable than a pixellated mess that I could get a home, at several hundred percent more of the cost. Fark you, digital movie theatres. The last two times I went to the theatre (The Hobbit, 3D IMAX) and the last Wolverine (normal size non-3D), it was farking horrible. Well, it didn't help that they lost the 3D in the Hobbit, but even then, IMAX is supposed to be high resolution shiat. It wasn't. Looking at the scenery like flowers and stuff... oooh look, a purplish bunch of dots, that's a flower... I guess. And In Wolverine, the only seats available were near the front, and goddamn, nothing but dots, like sitting 6 inches away from an LED TV. Really REALLY doesn't make we want to go back to the theater.I'm glad your distribution costs are way down, movie companies. It's SOOOO worth it.And Fark you, no more movies for me outside of cable or rentals. You get nothing from me.
somemoron: Really REALLY doesn't make we want to go back to the theater.
cman: If you got tinted windows a drive in will prevent one from receiving a writ of public indecency for self pleasurement.
acefox1: Which one's Log-Jammin'?/He fixes the cable?
Alleyoop: In other news, what's a drive-in theater?Where your mother was conceived, Subby./well, yeah, mine too
Crudbucket: My hometown has a drive-in that is constantly holding fundraisers to stay afloat. Not only did they get digital projectors, they also installed wind turbines to go off the grid and save on overhead. They may be the only dual-screen, digital, wind-powered drive-in in the country.
rjakobi: Does Honolulu still have their drive-in? I watched the third Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle film there. They went to ancient Japan and April had a miniskirt and Tarzan Boy was in the soundtrack. I'm pretty sure it wasn't a hallucination kos my dad remembered it too.
XanthPrime: Now that he is four he can now bounce around and talk and everything
AtlanticCoast63: There used to be a XXX-rated drive in in Mio, MI called the Galaxy - open seven days a week, and....well, let's just say unique. The owner had a standing policy that anyone showing up in a military vehicle of any kind got in for free along with everybody they could stuff in there - he had pics on the wall of trucks, staff cars, and in one memorable instance, a CH-47 helicopter and about twenty Michigan National Guardsmen.
Tyrone Slothrop: acefox1: Which one's Log-Jammin'?/He fixes the cable?The town where I grew up actually had an x-rated drive-in theater.
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