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Cinema company that offers streaming through its massive home TVs

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Goran Radanovic
Goran Radanovic Jan 03, 2022
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A company that brings the latest movies to your home, on huge screens, providing a similar experience you would get at an actual cinema.
Why?
Netflix has become popular due to the convenience of not going to the video store, and cinema's popularity lies in offering an experience with large screens.
Combine Netflix and Cinema, and you get a company that offers a home streaming service of the latest movies via its massive TVs.
How it works
An existing cinema company or a new one can sell its own massive TVs or partner with an established TV company such as Samsung or LG to offer huge-screen TVs at very affordable rates or even for free to allow subscribers to stream latest releases.
The cinema company would require subscribers to commit to a multi-year contract to use the TV, which would include a streaming service to the latest movies and a database of all the old movies.
After the initial contract period, subscribers' rates would lower to cover only the streaming service.
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The cinema company could also offer series as part of its streaming service.
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Instead of providing users with large TVs, the company could set up home cinema rooms

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Povilas S
Povilas S Jan 03, 2022
I think the service would be more suitable for people who have unused spaces at home and can dedicate the whole room to make a home cinema there. You can buy a large TV at an electronics store, simply place it in your living room and watch Netflix, and, additionally, anything you want. Super-sized TVs or screens (e.g. throughout the entire wall), which, I assume, the idea is about, may not be desired by many because you need a lot of free wall space for it and they are not very convenient for everyday use (e.g. browsing the internet, playing games, watching TV), they'd be most suitable for home cinema experience from time to time.
All the examples shown in pictures used in this session so far, including the cover image of the idea, are home cinema rooms. The company would install the screen, the sound system, chairs, adjustable lighting, etc. The users could test the system on-site while it's being implemented and adjust the gear according to their needs.
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Partner with a food delivery service that brings you pop corn and nachos

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Jan 03, 2022
Partner with a food delivery service that brings you popcorn, nachos, and other junk food you would usually get at the cinema. Schedule when you want to watch a movie and have the delivery just before you start.
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In addition to the TVs, the company could offer furniture

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Jan 03, 2022
The company could also offer furniture, high-quality audio systems, etc so that you can set up your own cinema room. They could also offer turnkey installation of any home cinema model in their catalog.


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Darko Savic
Darko Savic6 months ago
Maybe also projectors

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Goran Radanovic
Goran Radanovic6 months ago
Darko Savic I thought about projectors, but I wasn't certain if you could use them for playing games and other apps that you could with a smart TV.
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Contrived _voice
Contrived _voice4 months ago
With covid on the decline, the movies are open again and I just learned something. Some cinemas actually just stream directly from HBO or Netflix, which means the product that cinemas sell isn't the movie but watching it with people. I like your idea though but I have a shortcut. Why not get the massive screens from the source, TV shops. They already have tonnes of TVs in stock and a lease arrangement has the potential to make them more money. Seems like very practical.
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J. Nikola
J. Nikola6 months ago
Based on the description text, I thought the idea will be about making new movies, currently available only in cinemas, to come to your homes with big screens, but I saw everybody here mostly focusing on setting up the cinema mode at your homes (sound and video systems, furniture). That is not so hard, especially if you have money, or appreciate good pictures and sound over new clothes, cars, etc.
But concerning the new movies being available at your homes as soon as they get out, that is a very interesting problem to solve. Cinemas earn money to pay for movies through tickets, food&drinks and merchandise sales. Food, drinks, and merch are tightly related to ticket sales since only visitors who actually visit the cinema can buy them and bring money in. Therefore, if you wanted to bring the cinema experience to your homes, you would probably need to pay more for the "home ticket", than for the regular ticket at the cinema. Does anybody have an idea how this could be tackled?
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Spook Louw
Spook Louw6 months ago
Very cool idea, Galileo Open Air Cinema in South Africa already allows you to rent huge inflatable screens paired with sound equipment, lawn chairs and blankets for outdoor events. (I'm sure they don't specify that it needs to be outdoors, but the screens are too big for a house). Obviously, this wouldn't serve quite the same market as your original idea, as they cater for larger events, but it's a similar idea.
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Povilas S
Povilas S6 months ago
Instead of giving a TV and other related gear for free to you once you committed to a two-year or longer subscription, the company could rent the gear similarly to how internet providers rent routers for an additional price which is added to the monthly cost of an internet plan. That way users, who don't want to subscribe for long could take the gear and watch movies for whatever period they want and then return the gear (if they decide not to use the service anymore) whenever they want. If they used the service for long enough (a few years, etc.) then they could keep the gear as present and not pay the rent fee anymore.
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic6 months ago
The company could partner with Netflix so that it comes included by default, at barely any additional cost.
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