The cinema is today the most popular form of entertainment. It is such a common thing that every town and even villages have their picture houses. Thousands of people, young as well as old, visit the cinema every day. Cinemas are the most approachable of all the mass arts and most emotionally engaging. Art, music, theater, literature, those all have their merits, but movies encompass elements of all those arts, sometimes at the same time. We can get a visual, an auditory and an emotional pull from a movie that we can’t get from another medium. They work on our brains like nothing else. Plus, they bring about community like nothing else. There’s something magical about seeing a movie in a space with as many people as possible.
People can be addicted to all sorts of things. Films, movies, are no different. And while most people think a film addiction can't hurt, the truth is that it can. It can alienate you from the rest of the world. It can drain your bank account. The bad news is that filmaholicism can happen to anyone, and it sneaks up on you like a thief in the night. Cinema is still a very young art form with extraordinary techniques and very impressive special effects but sometimes it seems the soul has been taken out of things. Even there are a lot of movie showing in cinema. We can’t get out of our habit watching it even it cost a lot.
As it is so popular, the cinema exerts a profound influence on the minds of many people, young and old. The influence is sometimes good, and sometimes it is bad. Films showing criminal activities and the sensual desires of man have caused much harm to many youths. Some youths have become criminals themselves though almost every film shows how the good always triumphs over the evil. The cinema has also caused many people to waste money. Such people have become so addicted to visiting the cinema that they see almost every film, good or bad. In this way money is wasted not only on purchasing tickets for admittance to the cinema but also on travelling and many other things.