By AceGeek - 22/07/2011 23:49 - United States
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It was a midnight showing of Captain America. I was not going to bitch them out, because I am not absolutely rude. I was trying to show respect for mothers that have to take care of a child. I am just disappointed that I could not hear the dialogue. Yes, I did get a refund after I explained the situation, and I am going to go see it tomorrow. Hope that clears it up.
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81- Agreed. Annoying adults and teens who yap through out the whole movie drive me insane. Almost every time I go to the movies 1 of the 3 common scenarios happens to me: A. You get seated right near someone who laughs way to loud and recites every line of the movie. B. You get seated near two people who have a full on conversation about something totally random the whole movie. C. You get seated right behind two assholes who are making out and groping each others junk the whole time. With tickets being about $10, I save myself the trouble and just wait until they come out on DVD.
104 I heard about that place! I would send them $1 mil for being awesome if i had it. I hate that businesses now are so concerned about making money that they act like total pussies when it comes to standing up to rude people. These rude fuckers act that way because no one tells them that their behavior is unacceptable. Like these two chicks with the infants - are you fucking kidding me? Two grown women think it's alright to let their kids scream through a movie? Gee, I wonder why they think that?!?
Every theater I've been to throws out disruptive customers. Not only that, but I believe that no matter where you go, if you're too much of a wimp to tell an employee about another customer, you can ask to have your ticket refunded completely or you can arrange to see a later showing. I honestly didn't even want to reply because you are seriously an idiot. No one forced you to stay and sit through that.
98 and people never comeing back because your service is horuendous is good for buiseness? if people can't keep the noise down be that because they talk during the movie (at least those that keep talking and do so far too loud) or because you brought a god damn then they have no right to see the movie because we can't simply acomodate everything around these special snowflakes. this is actually one of the main reasons i have never once i my life gone to the movies unless someone else paid for me... it's simply not worth it because they often won't enforce such simply rules as don't anoy the other movie goers and if i try to enforce them myself suddenly it's time to enforce the rules... on me.
I will never understand why people think it's a good idea to bring a baby into the movies.
15, he said " if " indicating that it's situational, so meaning, he was not sure. What's wrong with harry potter? I like that movie . . . if that happens to me while I was watching harry potter I'll leave and get my tickets back so I can watch it at a different time.