Thankfully yes, DVDs and most stuff on television all have captioning. And I think there's some technology built into televisions themselves over the last decade or so. You can decide whether to turn it on or off in your home but at least it's an option.<quoted text>I didn't know that. Do most DVDs come with captions? I am sorry that I never considered what you go through at a movie. My bad :(
Some movies in the big screen are released with captioning and that was how/when some theaters in the AMC chain offered it. It is called 'rear view captioning" so I had what is similar to the rear view mirror in your car in a bendable rod (think desk lamp). The object sat in the cup holder and reflected off something in the back if the theater.