filmgoer

film·go·er

 (fĭlm′gō′ər)
n.
One who goes to see movies; a moviegoer.

film′go′ing adj.

filmgoer

(ˈfɪlmɡəʊə)
n
(Film) esp Brit a person who goes to see a film or films

film•go•er

(ˈfɪlmˌgoʊ ər)
n.
[1915–20]
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So, instead, I go on to write primarily about what I know as a Filipino filmgoer.
An electronic cinema chair that fatally trapped a filmgoer was found to have a blown fuse in its control box, an inquest has heard.
Set to personally pamper every filmgoer, with several upscale amenities, the ultimate movie-star experience awaits at the Platinum Movie Suites in Reel Cinemas -- The Dubai Mall!
Ultimately, by focusing this exploration on the medium of film, Brant does not seek to prove or disprove any particular accounting of revelation or to validate or invalidate any filmgoer's understanding of cinematic phenomena.
The Annotated Marx Brothers: A Filmgoer's Guide to In-Jokes, Obscure References and Sly Details
Film-lovers in Wales were more than twice as likely as your average filmgoer to go see dance film StreetDance 2.
The filmgoer said he went to two halls over a fortnight to watch Indian films and they were deserted on both occasions.
In textual terms this might be true, but Monk's research reveals how the gaze differs radically from filmgoer to filmgoer.
One filmgoer said: "We were half way through the film when the alarm went off and we were ushered outside.
An Indian filmgoer rented out an entire cinema to disprove a director's claim that his latest horror movie is so scary no one can watch it alone, it was revealed yesterday.Pavin Ponanna, 30, booked all 227 seats at a Bangalore multiplex for an evening screening of 'Phoonk'.
The theatre was full that night," said one disgruntled filmgoer yesterday.
Any filmgoer who arrives dressed up, has a freaky talent or act can get $1 off admission.