I have always been a fan of movie nights at home with my closest friends. On my 21st birthday, I had a big Sex in the City
Night at my house, where we watched the programme non-stop until the morning in the house’s own cinema. Now that I am living on my own, of course I don’t have a proper home cinema anymore, but that is not a reason not to have a movie night. Panasonic have
a great range of different television’s and my favourite choice is the Panasonic 4K Viera Television
So how to have the perfect movie night? First, you have to decide whom to invite. For a great movie night it is a good idea not to invite more people than they can sit comfortably sit in your living room. You can then decide what theme your movie night will have. Is it a Comedy evening or a night full of horror and screams? It is a good idea to decide on a list of movies beforehand, so that on the actual night you can spend all the time on watching movies and not waste on making a choice.
Prepare drinks and snacks before your guests arrive. It’s always a good idea to offer similar food to that you can get at the cinema: popcorn, nachos and ice cream. Also try to make some healthy snacks, for example, cutting up vegetables like cucumbers and carrots. Make your living room comfortable, get blankets and cushions and experience a bit with the lighting. It’s best to keep the lightening behind you, so a lamp behind the sofa is a good idea. Before your friends arrive, make sure that the equipment is working.
After your friend’s arrival, have a chat before you start watching the movie. That way you can fully concentrate on watching the movie later. Nothing worse than trying to tell your friends about your new boyfriend while they are watching a stalker movie. Switch off your smartphones, you really don’t want any disturbing during the movie. Finally, get the movie started and enjoy the evening.
Do you like movie nights? What makes a movie night perfect for you? Let me know if the comments below.
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