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February 27, 2011
Movies have changed a lot over the years. From the silent films of the early 20th century to the emergence of 3D cinema, technology has allowed movies to come to life in new and increasingly remarkable ways. But just as the films themselves have changed, so too has the way we view them.
AARP’s Entertainment Editor Bill Newcott explains how the whole experience of catching a flick today is much different than it once was.
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