Thesaurus / cinema


That, along with its excellent performances and a tour-de-force turn from its filmmaker, should be more than enough to make it a must-see for anyone who likes their LGBTQ movies to be outstanding cinema, too.
Alas, nothing you screen on even the best 2-in-1 laptops will give you movie cinema or even 50-inch TV gorgeousness, but high definition maximizes viewing pleasure.
A recently retired teacher, she had started a new path showing classic films to local audiences at libraries and cinemas, and she wanted to incorporate PowerPoint into her presentations.
As an added bonus, if you don’t have a 3D capable TV and 3D Blu-ray player but do have a few Blu-ray sets that came with a 3D disc, you can watch them through the PlayStation VR headset and recreate the cinema experience.
Some began to reopen in late March 2020, but ticket sales were sluggish so China’s national film bureau reversed the decision days later, shutting cinemas until July 20.
Critics mourned the imminent death of cinemas, now without exclusive windows to generate profits.
This approach, prioritizing technology, was also evoked in cinema in Fritz Lang’s 1927 film Metropolis.
At the same time, cinemas have been experiencing their own disruption.
Some said the long-forecast end times for cinemas had arrived.
Following a year of cinema hampered by delays and theater closings, Academy voters decide the late Chadwick Boseman saved one of his best performances for last.


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