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Reader Polls Feedback for: October 5, through October 14, 2007

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Question:

Last week we asked your opinion about the upcoming winter closing of some pools throughout Las Vegas.  This spurred a phone call from another industry owner who wanted your opinion about something else that closes in Las Vegas, movie theaters.  Yes, I said movie theaters and the theater owner wanted to know your opinion if movie theaters within the casinos should stay open 24-hours a day in Las Vegas?  What is your opinion? Why or Why Not?  We want to hear from you!

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Reader Poll Replies:

I like the idea of 24-hour movie theaters, and what better place than Vegas.  Got my vote.  Glenda E.  Nahsville.

yes there should stay open 24 hour some it a 24 hour town.  john  laguna niguel

I think they should stay open. It only makes sence since this is a city that never sleeps. Diane Pearce  burnaby bc canada

I think that if there is a history of people going in the wee hours of the morning to the movie theaters then they should remain open. However if the attendance goes down say after 2 AM then maybe they should close and reopen around 7am. Only remain open 24/7 when a huge movie comes to town that you know people will start to line up to watch.  Deb Koch  Las Vegas NV

I don't think it's necessary. I don't know of too many people in Vegas that want to go to the movies at 4am and of course people don't go all the way to vegas to catch a movie........the whole city is entertaining enough.  Jim  Weymouth Ma.

Yes, I think the theaters should be open 24/7, not only for tourists, but also all the workers who cover the work shifts 24/7. After all, this is Las Vegas, the city that never sleeps!  Paul Kreckler  Marstons Mills, MA

from a business standpoint it probably dosn't make sense to stay open 24/7.a few will attend early morning showings, but i can't see anyone thinking full house or even close to that at those times. personally i would like it. catching a first run movie at 4 in the morning if the hotel your staying at has a movie house would be a nice start to the day. night time is for dinner and a show or gambling. but 4am is for sleeping too. try it and see how it goes is my best call.  Ralph  Hamden CT

Yes I feel that they should stay open 24hrs for the reason that you might just want to go relax in Vegas.  A.C.S  Santa Fe,NM

Movie theatres should stay open for those who need to wind down after dealing with night hawks and silly people who come to Las Vegas to party. Not everyone gambles and drinks. There are some who just want a vacation and are so busy in their real life at home that the theatres are a treat.;  Lynne Trachtenberg  Winnipeg  Canada

 

 

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