I love movies. Music tends to run together after a while. How many songs can you listen to from the same artist before the novelty starts to wear off?
Also, when a new song/album is released you download it (or get it from an old fashioned record store) and you enjoy it in the comfort of your own home on your own time. With a new movie you have to check the times, drive to the theater shell out $10-12 and sit in filthy disgusting seats that God knows who's sweaty ass crack has been in before you.
If you want a snack you are limited to what THEY sell and at rip-off prices.
So p/a now you know why I'm not a movie person.
That is such an unfair statement. Most if not all theaters I have been to have had GREAT seats!
Also, you compare "buying a song/album" to "going to a theater" when that is not a workable statement. Going to the theater is like going to a concert. You can
just buy the album at listen to it at home. But going to a concert, filled with other people who just love the band(s) you're seeing and the LOUD music and overall "feel" is something you can NEVER replicate "at home". Same goes for the "theater experience".
I saw Hunger Games THREE times because I LOVED the movie and could not get get over the the sense of wonder as I watched the film on the Big Screen.
Do tickets cost too much? OH YEAH! Do they stick you with the concessions? Heck yeah. But NOTHING,NOTHING ever can replace the feel of a theater.
And I get your feeling of "music is like a drug" to you. Because movies do the same thing to me.
Music is also a thing I LOVE very much, so don't think I'm dissing it.
As far as "Spring Breakers" goes, it looks like it could be a FAIL of a movie. All we have seen thus far are bikini/party pics, which isn't that good. I am waiting to see a trailer though before a I make complete judgment. I am 80% sure that SB will NOT receive an R Rating.