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Also about TV, Movies & Theatre+89A person eating popcorn always looks more invested in a movie than someone without it, amirite?
Also about TV, Movies & Theatre+152Sleepless in Seattle has a horror movie's plot that's only a romcom because the feelings are reciprocated, amirite?
Also by Plastic_Island3688+136All horror movies have a bad ending, amirite?
Also by Plastic_Island3688+96Alarms could wake us using our other senses. Such as a release of a strong smell or something that clips on and gives us a jab. amirite?
Also about TV, Movies & Theatre+122A movie being "well made" and having good cinematography doesn't make it a good movie. amirite?
I'm watching BTAS: Christmas with the Joker on BluRay, like every other Christmas
If we're just talking about under 40s, most of us have TV's with streaming services and a game console that plays DVDs so and isn't even plugged into commercial TV. I've never plugged my TV in to the antenna port, I just stream or watch DVDs.
I haven't voluntarily watched an advert in over a decade. Closer to two decades.
I don't have cable and know few people who still do.
I do because we are too lazy to go to our DVD bookshelf thing and find it because we have like a billion movies
Especially if it's Home Alone or Die Hard during Christmas!
No they won't. Unless they're over 70 , and they probly by then don't know how to load a DVD. And what's a DVD? 🙄
Me, yes. Everyone? Not really. In an age where comparitively few people watch either DVDs or traditional broadcast TV, I'd say it's an increasingly rare phenomenon.
Sometimes I don't realize I'm doing it but once I do I pop it in or switch over to where it's streaming
This wouldn't even be true 20 years ago when I still paid for tv service.