cinemagoer

cin·e·ma·go·er

 (sĭn′ə-mə-gō′ər)
n.
A filmgoer.

cinemagoer

(ˈsɪnəməˌɡəʊə)
n
a person who attends the cinema
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A fellow cinemagoer laughed: "Surely David can run to popcorn combo on a date?
It allows us to offer flawless, crystal-clear playback of films every time, improving the experience for the cinemagoer.
A CINEMAGOER who allegedly called a member of staff a "gook" after being challenged about drinking alcohol has narrowly avoided being sent to jail.
AN UNHAPPY cinemagoer threw lager and spat in the face of a 22-year-old woman assistant after being refused a refund, a court was told yesterday.
The former 'High School Musical' actress was asked by a cinemagoer if she was currently dating anyone.
London, Feb 15 (ANI): It seems Johnny Depp is not a good cinemagoer.
Now, more than 100 years later, author David Williams, an avid cinemagoer, has revisited the picture houses of the past and put together a book, Cinema in a Cathedral City: Cinema Exhibition in Durham City and its Environs 1896-2003.
This cannot be for the good of the regular cinemagoer.
1927: Greta Garbo and John Gilbert - real-life lovers - shocked cinemagoers in New York by their uninhibited kissing in the silent film Flesh And The Devil.
Cinemagoers will have the opportunity to see the two actresses on the big screen, as Park and Lee have been cast in 'Silence' and 'Love Sling', respectively.
It fell victim, like many others, to the VHS revolution in the 1980s, and the growing demand for a more spectacular big screen experience from cinemagoers.
Cinemagoers have placed JK Rowling's Harry Potter at the top of the UK's top 20 book-to-film adaptations, The Guardian news website revealed on Tuesday.