04-16-2017, 03:13 AM
(This post was last modified: 04-16-2017, 03:21 AM by AnimeMonkeyGirlFan.)
I don't just mean this in relation to the movies, but also the people you've shared these experiences with. They can be of the friendly or obnoxious sort.
I have tons of stories. I remember when my family and I went to go see Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, some guy in the front row screamed "GO YODA!" during the Yoda-Dooku lightsaber battle.
idk I can't really remember any in particular at the moment in terms of the theatre aside from watching the last Star Wars film. Let's just say I was distinctly aware that I was not the only one crying and shouting out then.
I do have a theatre experience though which I actually shared with billu. In hindsight I really should have said something but I guess I was brought up not to be a pain in the ass while in the theatre...unlike the family behind us.
So get this, we're watching a youth production for a musical which is not exactly for young children but me and billu end up in front of this group of what seemed to be a 7 and 12 year old and their grandparents.
These kids don't just fuss and jump up and down in their seats, they talk throughout the entire first half and the younger one is kicking the seats. You see, I can sort of understand kids doing this, even if they're well past the age you'd expect, but what was worse was their grandparents did little to nothing to discourage them and are even knocking the seats themselves. billu and I just kinda kept looking at each other, confused.
They left during the second half thankfully. I think they realised the show wasn't for them.
From now on though I'm prepared to just say something.
Another time, when my dad and I went to go see The Avengers...my god, I don't think I've ever encountered an attendee as rude as this man behind us. He kept talking throughout most of the movie. That wasn't the worst of it though. His phone actually went off and he picked it up. He didn't even have the decency to whisper or take the call outside.
After he got off the phone, he resumed his conversation with his friends/family, talking as loud as ever. We were an hour into the movie by this point and I was pretty much fed up. I hissed, "Please be quiet!" That finally shut him up and we were able to enjoy the rest of the movie in peace.
i'm surprised no one told him to shut his fucking pie hole long before you did
I think everyone else was trying hard to tolerate him.