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Are the movies dying?

By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / June 26, 2005

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Let me rephrase that. Are movies the way we have understood them for several generations -- as suspenseful and/or comic and/or soul-altering shadow plays shared by large audiences in theatrical settings -- in their red-star end stage? {bull} Don't dig the grave just yet, but, yes, they probably are. {bull} This is more than standard, cyclical hand-wringing. Movie theaters are ... (Full article: 1798 words)

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