do you watch movies alone in cinemas? if so, why? do you enjoy doing so?

@qt_dsy (85)
Philippines
April 23, 2008 10:39am CST
the last movie i watched was the jumper. i was so depressed then. so i decided to go alone to a movie house and watch anything just to forget what transpired between me and my husband. even if im alone, i still enjoyed it. how about you guys? do you go to movies alone? and do you enjoy it?
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@allen0187 (34810)
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
yes i've done this before. i definitely enjoy watching movies alone. all i need is a large soda and two hotdog sandwiches and i'm set. it beats trying to explain the movie to your companion. plus its cheaper.
@qt_dsy (85)
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
how can you say its cheaper? do you always pay for your companion? would it be better if you can pay for yourselves?
@Alixander (178)
• Romania
23 Apr 08
Hy, don't make problems from this. I'm going alone to the cinema all the time, and its better to do it this way than with friends. Because if you speak you cannot enjoy the movie, and you may miss some intresting parts, so I decided to go to the cinema alone, Greet.
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@qt_dsy (85)
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
hello, im not making any problem from these. it just so happen that the first time i watched a movie alone was when i had a problem. anyway i did enjoy watching the film even if im alone. i get to pay more attention to the whole filck.
@Nushka (75)
• Argentina
23 Apr 08
I used to go alone whenever I wanted to whatch something and couldn't find a friend to join me. Now I don't have too much time so I only go if someone else does as part of a night out.
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@qt_dsy (85)
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
now that i have learned the joy of watching alone, i might just do it again lol.
@Alixander (178)
• Romania
23 Apr 08
Hy, don;t make a problem from this, I'm going alone to the cinema all the time, and its better than with friends, or girlfriend or boyfriend ore husband..., because if you speak with your friend you cannot enjoy the movie, and you may miss some intresting marts, so i decided to go in the cinema alone, Greet.
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@egdcltd (8838)
23 Apr 08
I usually go to the cinema by myself, and yes, I do enjoy it.
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@emma412 (1156)
• United States
23 Apr 08
I watched the last Shrek movie in theaters when I was pregnant. I managed to talk my husband into watching our baby so I could get out and see 27 dresses or whatever the name of it is with Katherine Heigl in it. Other than that, I have not seen a movie in a theater in two years. I prefer to watch them at home. I usually rent them or buy them through our cable company. I like to put the baby to bed and relax with a movie.... if I can stay up that late!
@qt_dsy (85)
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
i guess watching movies at home are more comfortable. you can even slouch if you want hehe. yeah having a baby sometimes hinders you from doing a lot of things, but nothing beats the feeling of taking care of your baby.
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
Hello there! Although nothing beats the company of your friends or family, I have to admit that sometimes, it just feels so much better to just go and watch a movie at the theater alone. I do this a lot, especially when I need to clear my mind and think, or frankly whenever I just feel the urge to watch some movie alone. Haha. It can be a bit on the creepy side but it's fun to actually sit there by yourself and just enjoy the flick. At times if I find the movie on the boring side, I simply shift my attention to observing people's shadows in the dark to see what any of them are up to. Hahaha. PS I hope you and your husband get to fix things between the two of you soon. :)
@qt_dsy (85)
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
you said it,when i watched alone for the first time, its a bit awkward. people usually come in pairs or groups and here i am all alone. but then when the movie started i forgot all about the other people. and got to concentrate more on watching than talking and observing. thanks, im really hoping we could still fix the problems we have now.