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Movie-goers who like to share their movies on social media can be forgiven for thinking that Hollywood is not a particularly good place to share movies, especially if they don’t have a dedicated home theater.
The problem with social sharing is that you need to know exactly who you are and who you’re talking to, to avoid the risk of the person sharing a movie sharing the same screen.
For example, if you are watching a movie with your friends and are looking to watch it on your smartphone, you may want to use a third-party app like iHeartRadio, a music streaming service, to share your listening experience with your pals.
There are also apps that will give you the ability to share an entire movie theater screen with your fellow moviegoers.
In addition to iHeart Radio and Netflix, you can also share your screen with the likes of Spotify, Pandora, and YouTube.
But the trouble with the old-school approach to sharing movies is that sharing is just one of many steps in the process.
You have to pay for your movie ticket.
You have to wait in line.
You may even be asked to sign a disclaimer.
And, most importantly, you have to sign up for a monthly membership.
Even if you have an app to share, you’ll have to make sure it’s as seamless as possible.
“The whole process is confusing,” says Aaron Miller, a writer and director who works as a movie director for the major motion picture studios.
Miller has been sharing movies on Facebook for years.
Now he says that the process is much simpler.
He started in December and has been watching the latest blockbusters like “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “Jurassic World” on Facebook.
He says that he’s not a fan of waiting in line and signing a disclaimer before the movie starts, and that he prefers to see a movie that he knows the cast and crew are excited about.
He also recommends a social-sharing app like Netflix or iHeart.
Miller says that Netflix and iHeart offer a simple, easy-to-use solution to the problem of shared movie screens.
But for those looking for a new way to share a movie screen, he says it’s a good time to check out other social media platforms, including Instagram, Snapchat, and Vine.
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