Not always, a couple of times a week usually.
Not really unless I have a high interest in it. 'The Dark Knight Rises' is out this Summer and I'm always keeping up on any news about it due to my excitement ><
A bit of all of them really. Going to the cinema is more of a social thing whereas if you're watching it online or on t.v it's generally something you do alone. However, I always meet up with my friends and watch films over each other's houses most weekends :)
Imdb as it's very good and always up-to-date and also by friend's advice.
I don't mind on the nationality of films I watch, although most of them are American. I've watched some great Japanese, French and Brazilian films so it just goes to show that it depends on the quality of the film. I can't re-call any British films I have watched in all honesty but if it's good I'll watch it!!
Definitely films produced in other countries haha.
The older films are much better and by older I mean 10-20 years older... I feel that CGI has ruined a lot of films but that's not to say it is terrible. There are some great modern films though, two of which are my favourites but generally they don't compare.
Mainly by friend's recommendations or if I see an advertisement and it looks good, I'll watch it.
I probably know more about the recent but that's just because after watching a film I like to go online and check back over the film to make sure I haven't missed any details.
They do have a high quality in terms of production and special effects but usually it's the storyline that lacks which ruins them.
I think they're ridiculously high here in the U.K, at £7.10 a ticket. That's nearly the cost of the dvd release of the film usually so why pay that much for watching it once when you can pay for the dvd?
In terms of dvd's? If so, the dvd quality I think is always pretty good and most of them come with plenty of extras and added content. The cost I think on release is pretty high for most high budget films, but after a couple of months or so it does drop to a reasonable price.