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The ultimate cinema experience in the home is still the most comfortable way to watch films in the world, according to a new study.
The study from the University of California, Los Angeles found that people who live with a dog are more likely to watch film on the couch or on a computer.
That means that a couch-bound home theater user can enjoy the same type of film experience in their own home as if they were at a cinema, according the study.
The study was conducted by the USC Librarianship Program, which has been conducting a series of research projects to better understand how movies can best be watched at home.
The research was funded by the University Foundation for the Arts.
The research is based on a study that was done in 2016.
The researchers asked 1,400 people whether they watched movies in their home on a couch, a computer or both.
The people who lived in a couch did not enjoy the most enjoyable experience watching the movies, and they were also the most likely to say that they would not have watched a movie if it was on a movie couch.
The results were similar to the results of a study published last year in the Journal of Consumer Research, which found that a dog-owning householder who lives in a home with a couch can enjoy similar types of film viewing experiences to the average couch-dwelling household.
The USC Librarian and Cinematographer Association estimates that about half of the population has a dog, and it can be particularly challenging to watch a movie on a device that is not a traditional movie screen.
It is also a major distraction for people who are visually impaired.
The UCLA researchers believe that by adding a couch or computer screen, a couch owner can get the same experience that they might have with a normal movie screen, but without the distraction of a dog.
Researchers are also working to develop devices that can help couch-couch users watch movies and TV on the go, such as the Amazon Echo or Google Home.
But the new study suggests that these devices will not be as efficient as they could be if used in conjunction with a dedicated movie theater.
The UCLA study is the latest in a series in which researchers have tried to figure out how to make movies better at home, according, professor of film studies, Richard Gelles, the study’s lead author.
The results of the USC study suggest that we need to look at all the different ways we can make movies more comfortable, he said.
There are other ways to make the movies even more enjoyable, including having a dog and bringing your own food.