Are Drive-In Theaters Making a Comeback?

Can drive-in movie theaters keep the film industry alive?

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When was the last time any of you went to the movies? Like, you bought tickets and popcorn with friends and family at the movie theatre. You all settled in for 90–120 minutes of laughing, cursing or crying as the characters onscreen deal with their (often epic) story.

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