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Myself, standing facing the RASHTRAPATI BHAVAN, within the compound; New Delhi. 1/14/08

Cinema Theaters

If there is one thing that I really enjoy, it is going to the Cinema theater and watching Hollywood Blockbuster Feature films. I have become, a lonely person somewhat of a recluse & do not have many friends. I rarely socialize, except while at work and as a result, life is very frustrating without any excitement. This boredom can be quite painful at times.
When I am at the Cinema theater watching movies, I tend to get relaxed momentarily. It is a nice way to kill (spend) time and let your imaginations wander around. In Miami, my favourite Cinema theater that I frequent most is, AMC Kendall Town & Country. I like the Shopping Center lit up at nights, all year around as if it was the Christmas season. The shopping center at night reminds me of The Sikh Golden Temple, at Amritsar, India.
The 2nd Cinema theater that I go seldomly, is AMC Sunset Place 24. This movie theater is the largest and most modern in Architectural design, that I have seen in the U.S. It has 23 movie auditoriums inside. It is very compact, yet large and relatively new (1999). It also has a unique, modern designed, shopping-plaza in front with 8 levels of parking space. It is spectacular in view. ( Main website: AMC Sunset Place 24; South Miami )
Myself at 55 in Miami, Florida; trying to clear myself of all accusations & move on with my life ! I have wasted all these valuable years for no fault of mine!

Cinemas in India

I was first exposed to Hollywood cinema in India, in the early 60's when I was a kid. I attended Junior-high School at Don Bosco High School, Calcutta, India. It was administered my Roman Catholic missionaries who observed all Catholic holidays and the students were taught Moral Science / Bible Scripture lessons every first hour of class, throughout junior high days. Once every month, on Sundays, Biblical classics from Hollywood were screened in the School Auditorium Theater.
List of Biblical Classics seen in school in India: Spartacus; The Ten Commandments; Benhur; Noahs Ark; Samson & Delila; Kind David; Cleopatra; Elcid; Alexander the Great; Julius Ceaser; Hercules; Ulysess; Soloman & Bethseba; Jacob; Rise & Fall of the Roman Empire; The Greatest Story Ever Told; Sodom & Gomorah; etc, etc, ????????????????
List of War Movie Classics seen in school in India: Raid on Tokyo; From Hell to Eternity; The Green Berets; Operation South Pacific; Battle of El-Alamien; The Enemy beneath the Sea; Tobruk; The Flight of the Phoenix; High Road to Burma; Twelve'O'Clock High; The Dare Devils; Devils Brigade; Sands of Iwo Jima; Jet Pilot; Back to Bataan; Hellraiser; Charge of the Light Brigade; The Longest Day; Rise & Fall of the Third Reich; Operation Petticoat; The Bridge on the river Kwai; Where Eagles Dare; Guns of Navrone; Tora Tora Tora; Midway; Von Ryans Express; The Dirty Dozen; Battle of the Bulge; Ice Station Zebra; Raid on Rommell; Battle of Britain; Kelly's Heroes; etc, etc, ???????????????
List of American Westerns seen in school in India: The Magnificient Seven; Ringo and his Golden Pistol; War Wagon; The Alamo; McKennas Gold; 100 Rifles; Gunfight at OK Corrall; Durango; Man who loved Cat Dancing; The Alamo; Commancheros; Duel at Diablo; The Red Sun; Billy the Kid; Gunsmoke; The Lone Ranger; Rooster Cogburn; The Apaches; A Fistful of Dollars; For a Few Dollars More; The Good, the Bad & the Ugly; Hang them High; Coogan's Bluff; The Cowboys; True Grit; Chism; and many more ?????????
Besides seeing these movies at school, I saw scores of other Hollywood blockbuster features, at local Cinema Theaters and various Family Social Clubs. In Calcutta, India, there are about 7 Cinema Theaters, that regularly screen American and British films. They are THE GLOBE; THE LIGHTHOUSE; NEW EMPIRE; METRO; TIGER; MINERVA; && THE ELITE;