In college, I tried my hardest to spend every free hour I had consuming films. As a result, I saw a lot of great stuff, I saw a lot of crap and I didn't meet a lot of women. But I loved it. I occasionally had the thought that, if I won the lottery or stumbled into some kind of King Ralph type of situation where I had complete financial freedom, I would again spend a great deal of my time watching movies. In the end, though, I'm happier with my life now. I'm seeing fewer movies, but most of them are good, and my social life is something to be proud of. But I'm still a film nerd at heart and near-constant film consumption still has its appeal. So I did the next best thing. I rented Cinemania and experienced it vicariously. This documentary about a handful of New Yorkers who see between two and five films every day is a look into the crystal ball, a taste of what could be and, possibly, a warning against it. Are these socially askew introverts mere cautionary tales about the sad endgame of cinephilia or are they our devoted heroes? Watch and decide for yourself.