The cinema experience in LA is about to get a big boost thanks to a new program.
Marquee Cinemas is launching a free, weekly, on-demand movie-watching service, called MARQUEE, on Tuesday.
The service, which will run through the end of May, will allow people to watch movies from their phone, tablet, and computer without ever leaving their homes.
The service will be available in more than 30 cinemas nationwide and will be powered by a new, cloud-based service called CinemaIQ.
It will also allow users to schedule shows and watch content directly from their phones, tablets and computers.
Marqee’s app, which is currently only available in Los Angeles, is similar to that of its big sister, the Apple TV.
Users can access movies from a list of available movies, while the app allows for live streaming and a library of more than 150,000 films.
It also lets users watch the movies they want to watch without having to switch between different devices.
Users will be able to schedule a movie on a smartphone, tablet or computer, and they will have the option to watch the movie on their phones.
There will be no additional content added to the service after being viewed on a mobile device.
Marque Cinemas said the service will let people find the movies that interest them and that it is currently being designed to work well with Apple TV and Roku devices.
Users will be limited to one movie at a time, and it will be possible to watch up to 30 movies a day.
The app will allow for offline viewing and will allow users a way to keep track of their viewing habits.
MarQuee said that the new service will give users access to the best films from across the country.
For example, a movie from one of the many local theaters in the Los Angeles area will be a popular choice, while one from another location will be the one that is likely to be watched by more people.
The company also said that Marquee will also offer free access to its local movie listings, including some of the most popular local films.
MarQue said it will continue to add films to the Marquees lineup as it continues to develop the service.
It said that users will be automatically enrolled in the service when they sign up for the service and that they will receive a notification that a movie is available.