This is pretty fucked up and probably in violation of Amazon ToS. Theaters by copies directly from the Publisher and it is usually uncompressed and made with specific pixel density and color for a big display. I remember The Hobbit at 2K resolution (percieved) with 3D for IMAX Aspect Ratio was 650 Gigabytes.
Your movies come in thumbdrives already. What you're paying for is the theaters rights for that movie and the "experience". Point being that if you're paying for a movie that's already available on a streaming service, it's you who decided to waste your own money.
Lol. Seriously? On actual cinema? Where is it OP? The real punchline is when they can't play the movie with that maximum play notification
So it could just be a few people watching that work there? As long as no one has been charged to watch it, then it's fine right?
Lmaoo I'd be so mad
I would stand up, leave and ask my money back. You get a whole month of Netflix for thst kind of money.
Lol, I bet they put the password in like that and someone just wrote it down, hence the error.
It was probably a private event. Calm down lol