- adj. Attending movies, especially habitually or regularly.
- movie + going (Wiktionary)
“Dodona's predicting gradual gains in Japanese moviegoing over the next four years to 1.40 in 2010.”
“But moviegoing, which is one of the cheaper entertainment options for consumers, usually holds up in weak economies, industry players said.”
“And sadly, this worst kind of moviegoing experience will continue to exist regardless of advances in projection technology or changes in format.”
“Historians have found similar rates of moviegoing in Chicago and New York at the time.”
“Suzanne Cotter and Rasha Salti, the exhibition's Curators, along with Haig Aivazian, the Associate Curator, suggest as much: among other meanings of the word, Plot for a Biennial suggests a moviegoing experience.”
“MR. IGER: VHS was mostly an add-on, although people argued then that moviegoing would decrease because people would wait to watch the movie in their home.”
“A longtime programmer who has worked with seemingly every art-house and nonprofit cinema institution in New York, Mr. Privett looks for ways to restore magic to the moviegoing experience.”
“But then I read some good nightmare fuel for all those of us who dare to stand up for the sanctity of the moviegoing experience.”
“By the 1980s, Schatz said, the notion of an Oscar-bait picture had fully fledged: a movie showcasing big stars, reflecting Hollywood's liberal ideals and love of uplift, and designed to appeal to critics and the moviegoing public, but without the taint we associate with 'popcorn movies.”
“Launched last summer as an "urban drive-in," this 60-seat screening room attached to a popular DUMBO bar and restaurant has become an essential part of the city's moviegoing culture.”
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