Chances are that if you are a big fan of going to the movies, you’ve probably spent time pouring over a movie schedule looking for the right movie to watch. In fact, most movie buffs will tell you that back when these schedules were still prominently in print, you showed just how much of a movie fan you were by looking at multiple theaters’ schedules to make your final decision. |
Nowadays, speciality websites, sites specific to certain theater chains, and mobile apps dedicated to film all offer movie schedules for your review that newspapers once did, but there’s still one question that sticks out — what exactly are you looking for?
A schedule, by default, notes when and what time something is taking place. As such, if you’re looking at a movie schedule, you’re basically finding a movie title and its showtimes. There’s no other information to glean from it, right? Well, not exactly. In fact, a movie buff will tell you that even before a movie schedule is consulted, there are a number of highly impactful questions that need to be asked so that the maximum amount of info can be taken from these listings.
While the number of questions can vary from person to person, here are the three major questions that seem to pop-up across the board:
When do I want to watch a movie? Showtimes for certain films may be limited or you may have numerous opportunities to watch over the course of a day. Either way, knowing when you actually want to watch a movie can help you filter out unnecessary showtimes.
What kind of movie do I want to watch in the first place? Titles might escape us, but film genres are something that tends to stick for most folks. If you’re in a good mood, you might want to keep the good times rolling with a comedy. Maybe you’ve had a rough week and need to escape via a bombastic action flick. You might even dig jump scares & can’t wait for the latest horror offering. The point is that you should put a little thought into it as, again, it can help filter out the stuff that doesn’t interest you.
Is watching a movie all I’m looking for or not? Are you hungry but don’t want to make a meal out of boxed candy, popcorn, and soda? Maybe, but you also know you don’t want to leave the comfort of the theater. What do you do? A movie grill, also called a dine-in theater, may be the answer. It’s a combination of new movie releases, fresh ingredients, and restaurant-style service during the movie. What’s more, a cinema brewery offer all that and on-site brewed craft beer.
Truth be told, these are actually pretty basic questions. They are not going to cause deep philosophical debate in any way, but it is their simplicity that makes them so important. Far too often, we try to overthink our decisions based on superfluous information that’s clouding our better judgement. By being able to ask elemental questions about something as simple as the movie we might want to watch, we really can get to the heart of the matter & choose a movie we’ll probably enjoy.
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