The world is moving toward an era where people don’t need to work anymore to experience the thrill of watching a movie, says The Wall Street Journal

Posted February 10, 2018 12:29:54 In the coming decades, technology will become the dominant means for everyone to enjoy a movie.

That could lead to a shift in how movies are viewed and consumed.

The biggest challenge will be convincing people to watch them at home and with friends, rather than on a big screen.

Here are the five big trends shaping our time.

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Technology will make it easier to watch movies at home The trendiest thing in movies is watching a film in front of a TV.

And while that may be fun for family members or friends, it’s not going to cut it for everyone.

But that doesn’t mean there won’t be a place to watch a movie on a computer or a phone, and that could mean that movies are going to become more accessible, more affordable and more interactive.

“We’re going to need to make movies more accessible,” said Steven J. Levitt, a professor at Harvard Business School.

“That means getting people out of their homes and into the theater.”

That means getting them into their car or even out in public.

“If you don’t have a big movie screen, you can’t do that,” Levitt said.

And that means a big jump in the cost of movies, which are already the highest-priced entertainment products on the market.

“It’s not clear that people are going back to the movies,” Levitch said.

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We’re going TV-free We’re seeing that the technology to create big screens has become so advanced that you can get a movie for a few bucks online.

But a lot of people still don’t want to watch on a TV screen.

That’s why a new generation of movie theaters are popping up, such as the New York-based One Theatre, which opens next month in New York.

One Theatre also plans to open a smaller theater in a new area in Seattle in the next few months.

The theater, which has a limited number of seats, will be similar to a movie theater that has a full bar and a TV and projector screen.

The goal is to get more people to use a tablet or smartphone, which could have a major impact on how much people watch movies.

“I don’t think that people will necessarily be going to a TV to see movies,” said Richard Ochsner, director of The Center for Movie Studies at the University of Southern California.

“The technology will allow you to be able to get in front and out of the theater and into your home.”

The technology to make this happen is called remote viewing, which involves turning on a remote control and watching a video on your TV.

That means people will have to go into the theaters and open the door, as well as watch a video, like a movie or a TV show.

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Movies are going TV free We already have a whole generation of people who like to watch online and on their phones, so it will be easier for them to watch in front.

But there are many challenges to making this happen.

One is that people have to pay a subscription fee.

They can only watch movies for $9.99 a month, which is about $7 more than Netflix, which costs about $9 a month.

And they can’t watch them in HD.

They’ll have to watch it on their devices.

And then, most importantly, they’ll have a choice of which content to watch.

So it’s still a little bit of a learning curve for a lot the public, including some of the older moviegoers.

“They’re looking at movies as a subscription, which they’ve seen as something that’s going to be available for free,” Levinson said.

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And it’s going be a lot easier for people to do that on a television, which will be really disruptive to the industry.”

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People won’t have to be at home to watch The biggest issue with watching movies in front is that the screens have to stay in place, even when you’re in the theater.

That requires some sort of remote control, which can be tricky if you’re a family member or have a large family.

But with a screen, people won’t need a big setup to watch their favorite movies.

And because you can watch them on a laptop or tablet, they won’t require an Internet connection, which would also make it more accessible.

“You can do it at home,” Levison said.

But Levitt thinks the biggest challenge is the technology, which he said is moving from an analog to a digital world.

That can make it much harder for people who are less tech savvy to grasp