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July 21st, 2002

What’s Your Movie Source?

When it comes to going to the movies, where do you look first for movie times: the newspaper, the telephone, or the Internet?

I was always a newspaper-first, but now that I don’t subscribe to a newspaper, Moviefone.com is my first stop. The only thing missing from Moviefone is ticket price information, something that’s almost always printed in the paper.

Posted in Everyday Life

FROM: Paul [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday July 21, 2002 -- 10:34:55 am
The Internet, now. You may have heard of it.

On the start page I use, I linked directly to a Yahoo! Movies page with all local showtimes - so it's pretty effortless. The paper is a second stop, as some local art house theaters aren't always on Yahoo!



FROM: call me death
DATE: Sunday July 21, 2002 -- 6:15:00 pm
i'm about to run to the bathroom to have my self a FANDANGO..........



FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday July 21, 2002 -- 11:36:40 pm
The print version of Punchline.



FROM: Joseph
DATE: Monday July 22, 2002 -- 11:11:29 am
Hollywood.com. Most theatres have websites, too.



FROM: Larry Snigh
DATE: Saturday July 27, 2002 -- 12:18:24 am
I just go to the theatre and find out what's coming up when I get there. The best way, really. Paul, you have a stupid method. The internet????!!!



FROM: Larry Snigh
DATE: Saturday July 27, 2002 -- 12:19:17 am
You too, Joseph!



FROM: Rodney Mullen
DATE: Saturday July 27, 2002 -- 12:20:17 am
Am I who I claim to be............NO!



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