There are so many benefits of seeing a movie at the drive-in theater. One reason it is so attractive to families is the freedom to allow children to move around during the feature This can really allow parents to kick back and enjoy the show.
Actually, there are very few drive-ins left in the world. Those who love viewing movies in this manner can truly appreciate all the work that goes into making a drive in function. Most drive in theaters do not make a lot of money off admission and so they rely on the food that is prepared at their snack bar. But there is a lot going on at the drive-in, so what goes on in the basement?
Well, the basement is where much of the work takes place. Running the move and keeping it running is the biggest function that takes place underneath the scenes at the drive-in. Ensuring that the movie runs well and is timed right is one of the biggest jobs that those operating a drive in theater have. Rushing to start a movie too soon on a summer evening could make the movie virtually unviewable. Therefore timing is everything. Each movie has its own setting and so this can be especially important when running a movie that was filmed at night or in a darker lighting.
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