2. People Still Watch Movies On TV
Have you ever been sitting on your couch watching Shawshank Redemption on basic cable and trying to muster the strength to get up and pop your own copy in the Blu-ray player to avoid commercials? Well, you’re not the only one and apparently, the majority of people ultimately decide it’s not worth it. 60% percent of people confessed to regularly watching televised movies live during their time slots. 28% regularly DVR movies and watch them later. I’d make some kind of snarky comment here, but in all seriousness, I’ve got the original Mighty Ducks sitting on my DVR right now.

3. Way Less People Sneak Food Into Theaters Than You’d Guess
Or people are just liars. Seriously, I’m not saying I’m always in favor of smuggling in outside food and drinks, but I’ve obviously done it before. In fact, I’ve had this conversation with friends and family members quite a few times, and I’m not sure I’ve ever come across someone who claimed they’ve never once even brought in some pretzels or a bottle of water. That’s like five percent of the reason women carry purses. But according to the Harris poll, only 58% of people admit they’ve broken the no food or drink rule. That’s way lower than I would have guessed, and it kind of makes me think I might only be associating with lowlifes.

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