Over at 2 Blowhards, Michael Blowhard ponders the case of digital movie projection vs. the traditional celluloid projection, and dovetails nicely into a (brief) discussion of the future of communal movie watching in general. This is not a new debate–Roger Ebert set himself firmly in the film projection camp years ago–but it’s an interesting one nonetheless.
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