Movie viewers have been increasingly favoring a seat on the couch and remote-control-driven special features over the silver-screen experience, a recent poll suggests. Americans are spending more money on home video, with annual consumer spending increasing 5% in 2004 to an average of $248 per person, according to marketing reports from the Motion Picture Association of America, Washington. In addition, nearly 75% of those polled said they prefer to watch movies at home rather than in a ...

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