window.setTimeout('window.location="http://streetsleuth.com/2017/12/13/in-ed-lees-san-francisco-utopia-and-dystopia-are-neighbors-wired/"; ',10*60*1000); I see a lot of movies. I moved to the Bay Area from New York nearly five years ago, knowing not a single person living in San Francisco, and I found going to the movies to be a solitary, almost meditative experience. Even as my friend group expanded, I kept up on the cherished cinematic […]" />
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Theater chains are terrified of MoviePass because of subscribers like me - The Verge

I see a lot of movies. I moved to the Bay Area from New York nearly five years ago, knowing not a single person living in San Francisco, and I found going to the movies to be a solitary, almost meditative experience. Even as my friend group expanded, I kept up on the cherished cinematic ritual: the exorbitantly priced snacks, the ticket-taking and seat-selection process, the previews, and then the movie itself, with its sense of experiencing something new and unseen. There’s an antiquated sense of sacrednes

Source: Theater chains are terrified of MoviePass because of subscribers like me - The Verge

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