Movies vs. Drive In

Sue Crawford, Writer

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Going to the movies and the drive in are both good opportunities to spend time and relax with friends and family.

The first Drive In was put to use in 1932 and ever since has been a favorite thing for many families to do on the weeknd. Movies theaters, however, have been around since 1905. According to Business Insider, the revenue of theaters have gone down but still make an exceptional more amount of  money than drive ins.

On average, more teens ages twelve to seventeen go to the movie theatre more than the drive in.  “I like the drive in more because it is outside,” said junior Klynn Wickizer.

Around this small town, lots of friends hang out every weekend. It is always a treat hearing your friends say, “Hey let’s go see a movie tonight!”

“It’s always so fun to go hang out with my friends at the drive in and just relax together,” said junior Crista Gayheart.

As most teens like to watch movies whether at home, the theater, or at the drive in, they all have fun and enjoy being with their friends. One great past time that is still being done for fun today is going to the drive in and movie theater.

 

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