One of my favourite movie theatre moments happened during a screening of 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming.?There we were, crammed in the Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto.?
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There was a gasp.?You could almost hear it as it travelled from the front row to the back, followed by a secondary ripple, an audible mixture of shock and giddiness the audience?processed the surprise.?
The modern version of the superhero movie?was made for the big screen.?With Lex Luthor-worthy budgets, a cavalcade of computer effects and A-list movie stars, the theatrical experience was the only way the business of making comic-book blockbusters made sense.
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