Some have the idea that beds in theaters will counter Netflix.  Somehow I just can't see this going over in the United States but who knows.  Another thing I thought of when reading the article, linked to, was that convenience and having a huge selection for a single monthly cost are two main reasons that people like Netflix.  In the case of these new theaters you still have to venture out of the house, hopefully get dressed up, and travel to the theater to view a movie.  Another thing I thought of was can you imagine the mess from popcorn and drinks that would happen. 

Maybe I'm just too critical but I just don't see this as a positive thing and that's discounting the obvious concerns that one might have.

Be as the Bereans ( Acts 17:11 )

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I can't think of any "good" reason why someone would desire this.  For one, if you are like me, and you recline back in a comfortable position to watch a movie it's highly likely you'll doze away and miss most of the show anyway.

Another hazard of this is that there is a risk that a show, in the theater, would garner more attention than the show on the screen.  

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