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How To Plan The Perfect Movie Night

Movie Night

If you’re looking for affordable entertainment, nothing beats a Home Movie Night.

A Home Movie Night is the perfect excuse –if you need one– to to gather friends and family for an evening of fun, food and a few of your favorite movies.

Steps For A Successful Home Movie Night:

    1. First thing you need to do is decide what you’re actually going to watch. Ideally you should be looking at 3 films maximum, and if you’re geeky like me going with a theme is a great idea.

    2. Ample seating – Make sure that you have the necessary arrangements made for accommodating everyone and that the seats are comfortable.

    3. Food! Of course, a great snack for watching movies would be popcorn! You can also serve pretzels, chips, or make a candy bowl. If you are looking to serve food, you can serve pizza or grill out hot dogs and hamburgers.

Need Help Deciding What To Watch?

The new “Find Your Critic” tool created by Pop Secret and Rotten Tomatoes. It helps you figure out which movie critics you should listen to.

All you have to do is rate some movies and the tool figures out which critics share your taste in movies. It even helps you follow your critics’ new movie reviews.

So when it comes to enjoying movies, the only thing you have to worry about is which kind of Pop Secret to make. Check it out!

Never watch a mediocre movie again.

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Pop Secret via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Pop Secret.


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