Could probably get that at the occasional summer outdoor screenings at nearby Prospect Park over here in Brooklyn... just w/out the cars. Actually, sounds like they might be a bit better at the Park...Yep, the holes in the screen, the barely-maintained projector with a weak lamp, the tinny sound either through a mono window speaker or weak FM signal, the bugs, the heat/cold, the rain, people walking by all the time to restrooms/concession, the headlights/exhaust from cars coming and going during the movie, etc.
I would answer the same, in spite of not attending the movie theater in over a decade.^To answer the question in the headline, a fuck ton.
Could just be a bad location with disappointing revenue/high expenses? I know Lowe's built a brand new big box store in a town in my area a few years ago, then decided to close it just 14 months later.Man, I just found out that my local theater is now closed for good because Goodrich Quality theaters filed for bankruptcy back in February. The company found new owners, but my local theater which was built in 2014, is not among the theaters that are now part of the new company which opened their theaters this month. It's amazing that a theater complex just six years old was not part of the new ownership agreement.
That could be, I wasn't going back anytime soon anyway, but I have about $300 worth of gift cards that are now worthless.Could just be a bad location with disappointing revenue/high expenses? I know Lowe's built a brand new big box store in a town in my area a few years ago, then decided to close it just 14 months later.