Strikingly Low Agreement in the Appraisal of Motion Pictures in: Projections Volume 11 Issue 1 Year 2017
Paige Mélisande LeComer

Neuroimaging research suggests that watching a movie synchronizes brain activity between observers. This is surprising in light of anecdotal reports that viewers construct their experience radically differently, consistent with contemporary cognitive media theory. This article empirically tests the degree of agreement in the appraisal of commercially produced major motion pictures.