Flicks in Pieces: Laugh Riots 

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In an era where most of us see most of our movies at home, and theater patrons increasingly turn screenings into conversation/texting lounges, it's sometimes hard to to remember why anyone would want to go see a movie with a crowd. And then you have one of those collective experiences -- especially the audience roaring in unison at a great comedy -- and it all comes back to you.

What theater-going experiences do you remember most vividly because of the contagious shared laughter of a great comedy? What gags had you rolling on the sticky floor of the theater? Share your thoughts

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