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Cinema Survey Weekly JournalsWeek #1 1/15/16At first, it felt really awkward to be in school and watching a movie that I can watch with my friends another time without people judging us. Once I got over that, it was fun. It was interesting to see that people, my classmates, have almost the same sense of humor and was laughing the same thing I was laughing. One specific scene that I felt got everyone attention was when Ritchie was persuaded into trying to make the cashier smile with an improvised striptease. We all laughed and enjoyed that scene. It was scene I think would make anyone smile, but it was the fact that I was laughing and cheering along with other people made the experience better. I would like to compare this experience for Magic Mike XXL, with my personal experience for Mad Max: Fury Road. I didn’t see Mad Max in the theaters, but I was able to enjoy it in the comforts of my own home. Although Mad Max was a phenomenal film, it lacked that grand and dramatic feel because I watched it on my small laptop screen. I wouldn’t say that Magic Mike was a bad film, but it was one of those movies I knew I wouldn’t miss if I didn’t see it at all. Now that I had seen the film with a large group of audience, I would say it was worth it. Magic Mike was a movie made to entertain a large audience. It wouldn’t be the same if I saw the movie at home on a small computer screen.

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