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Environmental Effects There are many different environmental factors which determine how a movie is perceived by any one individual These effects include but are not limited to location of movie viewing and with whom the movie is viewed with These effects can differ dramatically and are the most potent of which can affect the comfort level of an individual viewing a specific film The first environment in which one can view a movie is the home At home is the most comfortable place to watch a movie for anyone You can sit in your own chair and relax Comfort is the number one priority and there is absolutely no concern about anyone else around you Movies can be viewed at your own leisure You can feel free to stop or pause a movie whenever you want You can go to the bathroom with no worry if you will miss an important part of the movie There are also no crowds if you watch a movie at home You dont have to rush to be first in line to get a good seat You are guaranteed the best seat in the house with no tall person sitting in front of you The only possible downfall of watching a movie at home is that the audiovideo system may not be as high tech as the one at the theater However some people spend a descent amount of money on home entertainment systems to make a theater-like environment A night out at the theater has just as many bad parts to it as good parts The best part of seeing a movie at the theater is that you can see the latest movies It is possible to see a movie the day it is released There is nothing like telling your friends about a new movie and knowing that they have had no chance to see it The worst part about going out to see a movie is
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