Watched THE MEG at ScreenX (270-degree triple screen). Being surrounded by a movie is not a bad idea, but would work better with a less frenetic film, e.g. ALL IS LOST or KON-TIKI. Also, the separation where the sides meet doesn't help - perhaps a continuous curved cinema is a more immersive option?
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