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AND I RANT: MOVIEGOERS SHUT THE F UP

Journal Entry: Tue Dec 4, 2012, 1:06 AM





I love going to movies, especially by myself because when I watch a movie I like to fully concentrate on it with NO ONE talking besides me. Sometimes my friends would ask me questions and whisper in my ears in the cinema and most of the time I would just nod and not reply, or sometimes politely tell them that I will talk to them after the movie, one time my friend wouldn't shut up so I took out a pocket knife and stabbed him in the gut, he didn't speak throughout the movie anymore... actually I don't think he ever spoke again whoops. But the point I'm making is that 'No one speaks when the movie starts', its a simple rule that many people don't seems to understand. Its better here in Australia, I have been to the cinemas in Hong Kong many times and those people are the worst I tell you. I don't know if its like a chinese thing? But however much the characters speak on screen, however much the audience speak off screen! And you don't know, you think the audience are doing live voice over for the characters in the film or something. And these annoying people talk about the most private things, like how their neighbours are getting a divorce or how their friend's cousin turns out to be gay, its like HOW AM I GONNA FOLLOW SO MANY PLOTS IN ONE CINEMA?!

I went to watch a movie with my mum and grandma one time in Hong Kong, my grandma is one in a million ok, she loves to talk... a lot. She is also a bit slow and is obsessed with her little economic pocket machine thing that shows interests and bonds and stock market and all those stuff, I don't really know what the machine does, it didn't play Pokemon so I paid no attention to it. So the movie starts, she needs to go to the toilet, so she went and came back and couldn't find us in the dark, my mum had to go look for her, then she sat down and her phone went off, she spent what felt like a whole minute finding her phone, it was the most annoying ring tone ever, it felt even more annoying because now everyone's looking at us, she then started TALKING on the phone for a few minutes. I was shocked to see she actually picked up the phone and actually TALKED on it, if she wasn't my grandma I might've grabbed the phone and did a full suplex slam on the damn thing. So she then finishes her chat, and she took out her economy pocket machine thing and start looking up the freakin stock market, that pocket machine had a very bright light that almost blinded my eyes, now everyone can just look over and identify our faces... This all happened in the first half of the movie I kid you not, I think she watched the movie a little bit and she fell asleep, GOOD because she does sleep in movies a lot and if she's asleep then she won't cause anymore embarrassment, or so I though.. because guess what? She snores. TvT' My mum nudged my grandma a few times to wake her up because the snoring was getting very loud. After the movie was done, like a scene in Assassin's Creed, I put a hood over my head and ran for the exit.



Above is a shot of me in the cinema watching Skyfall last week, I quite enjoy watching movies by myself. Actually let me ask you this, is it weird going to the movies by yourself? I'm not sure if its an asian thing but I told my mum I went to watch Skyfall by myself and she was like 'oh you poor child, was your friends busy? We could've watched it with you' and I was like yo I enjoy going to movies by myself because there's no interuption! I watched Watchmen, Batman Begins, Hot Fuzz and many good movies alone, and it was great! The first few times I did feel a bit uneasy because I was brought up thinking movies are meant to be watched with other people, if you are caught going to the cinemas alone then you probably got problems, My grandma also told me she has never eaten by herself in public either, she says its shameful and embarrassing, so thats why I am wondering if its like a cultural thing that if you are caught in public doing something by yourself its a shame to your family or something I dunno. Anyway back on topic, I watched Skyfall and there was these teenage idiots laughing at inappropriate moments, like sometimes during a movie there were some quiet emotional moments and they would just feel the need to make some noise, they would be laughing or they would be swearing. Its so irritating because it takes that movie experience away from ya. If you are one of those teenagers, I want you to know that you are very rude and very inconsiderate and immature. I remember one time I was watching Jurassic Park 3 and this guy's phone ran off, it took him like a whole freakin minute to turn it off. Then the phone ran off again! And everyone in the cinema was like 'SHUT OFF YOUR F*KING PHONE!', then there was a scene in the movie where the cellphone starts ringing inside the Spinosaurus's belly, but because of surround sound it made it seem like the ringtone was coming from the back, so people were flipping out like 'OK WHO THE F*CK STILL HAS THEIR PHONE ON?!' and they then realise it was part of the movie and they sat back down in embarrassment. It was a very funny moment. But during Skyfall I could hear people whispering, you think that if you whisper then no one else can hear ya right? Think again, maybe my ears were sensitive but I could hear every whispering conversation, an Asian couple was sitting behind me too and they were speaking Cantonese so I understood every word, whenever they got confused they would ask each other what is going on, and they were confused a lot. At the end I stood up and I could hear them saying 'Oh look at this guy watching a movie by himself' :iconforeveraloneplz:

So thats that, be considerate when you watch a movie in the cinemas. Remember you are sharing the experience with everyone, so behave yourself and try to keep your emotional response in sync with everyone else, don't suddenly start laughing in an emotional scene. And turn your bloody cellphones to silent. And most importantly shut the F up.

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StndNerdBoy11 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
oh hehehe
I just can't go the movies alone, even if I get all the will by myself to go :iconcrazyblushplz:, so I could miss a movie or two, just because other people saw it before me... :(
But yeah hehe, I saw Skyfall :dummy:, and yeah, some people were commenting something about the movie as it was being in play, I feared they would throw some unwanted spoilers... >< but gladly it didn't happened.
And I just made little comments with my brother like 'cool move isn't it?' or 'how funny', at that moment, but other than those, all the eyes focused on the movie... :D
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noche-estrellada Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, my mum talks to me a lot during films so I tell her we'll talk about it afterwards. I went to see Skyfall with my family though and we were *all* laughing a lot during that film, can't remember what was so funny but it was a bit odd when M heard about *beginning of film spoiler* and went to look out of the window immediately, my dad just cracked up. xD There weren't many people in the cinema so I don't think we irritated that many people though. xD
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
haha... seems like u were watching a comedy version of Skyfall
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MrCoolDD Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I never talk during theater movies. Okay, I snark through them sometimes, but mostly at home. And I never use my phone during a movie.
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Smarted Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Student Digital Artist
One time I went to see the 6th Harry Potter movie and during the saddest, most emotional part (you can probably guess if you've seen it but I'm trying to avoid spoilers) someone in the theater FARTED. REALLY LOUD. I don't think there was a person in that theater not giggling

I always want to throw things (popcorn, candy, full cups of Coke...) at people who use their phones or won't shut up during a movie but I always resist. e__e
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
LOL thats kinda funny. ruined that moment though. actually i felt nothing towards all the suppose sad parts in harry potter films. actually maybe felt bad wen harry's owl died, but thats about it.
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Dscapades Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh man you should write a book! this was like... Andy Griffiths kinda entertainment right here XD that last bit with the couple bahaha! how unfortunate :( i my self dont mind going to the movies by myself... but i much more enjoy going with others.. thats just me i guess.. so yes anyway write a book ^^
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narutokunobessed Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Student General Artist
It is a chinese culture where they talk in cinemas. I know they even talk in puppet shows. Or so I recall from talking in puppet shows.


And nope, its not weird to go to the movies alone. It more of, I couldn't gather friends to see it, so I go alone.
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
ahhh thats so sad :iconforeveraloneplz:
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narutokunobessed Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Student General Artist
Not really.
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MicheruShinearo Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I HATE when people talk during movies! My stepdad does it ALL the time. Like for his first time watching The Hunger Games and my 8th time, he WOULD NOT stop talking. He kept trying to put logic into how the arena would work. He kept insisting that the arena was all a hologram or something. But actually going to the theater is better because I can't hear him lol.
I saw Deathly Hallows part 2 in theaters with friends and I was SO relieved that my friend didn't talk or anything AT ALL. Well, just one time. But that was fine. And she is one of my friends that talks alot and loud. SO blessed!
I hate people who use their phones and shit in the theater. Is it that hard to turn them off? Or silence them? How about keeping their mouths shut? They're just going to talk about the movie afterward anyways. Keep their comments inside till then.
I sit and watch and turn my phone OFF once I find my seat.
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MileniaKitsuvee Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
OMG I thought I was the only one!!! It's sooo annoying!! People wont shut up during the whole movie and stupid teenagers who think they are cool for throwing popcorn or doing fart noises during emotional scenes!! I have gotten up and told them STFU or GTFO and even reported them to the manager to get them kicked out because if someone goes to the movies is to WATCH THE DAMN MOVIE. The only time it's ok to talk is before the movie during commercials and even then sometimes no since it can be a commercial about a good upcoming movie and you'll miss it. At least the times I've gone I have not been the only one to yell STFU at stupid annoying kids/teenagers. :'D

But recently to avoid annoying people I try to go early and only invite people who I know don't ask/talk during the whole movie. And yes, many people here also believe it's not "cool" to go alone to the movies (they say it's for couples only or with children :| ) but I don't care what they think. Besides, it's better to be alone than with bad company. XD
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CookieStarrs Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I totally understand I usually don't go to movies [I went another time with my aunts and younger cousins but at least they were quiet and behaved" but once my teacher took us to see Lincoln and my class was SO LOUD and that wasn't a surprise since they usually are but i thought they would be quiet in a movie my two friends next to me kept whispering and so did my classmates in front of us then in a quiet part my friend decided to eat her poptart and she is terrible at opening those plastic things so you just hear someone trying to open their wrapper for a good 5 minutes ._.
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NingNinja Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Student Digital Artist
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LightDragon777 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I'd rather see a movie with my firends or my brother, because their quiet. SO NICE.
My mom and sister arn't, every time they get excited over a sceen they feel some need to tell me. I like to retort with, "Yeah, it's almost like we're watching the same movie."
Usually stops that for a while.

But I do love going to the movies alone, it'so nice, but what's best was a theater in my town. It's always empty weekday afternoons, and me and my brother have the whole thing to ourselves. It's wonderfull, except one time they turned of the movie because we we're to quiet watching The Dark Knight Rises.:ohnoes:
We ran out like "Hey! Turn it back on, we were watching that!" Even if it was the 5th time.:lmao:
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
LOL they thought no one was watching Batman? Thats so rude!
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LightDragon777 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I know!:lmao:
But they gave us free candy to say sorry, so I guess it's okay.
Really one should be more cautious taking free candy...But I cannot resist a Kit-Kat bar. :meow:
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xshadowxforcex Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012
So true.
I hate those immature little bastards who make noises are play around within the theater.

Common sense is that you shut the F* up and watch the damn movie in peace and silence.
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macprodukshunz Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Student General Artist
INteresting yet relevant fact: Did you know in the Shakespearian Era, when people went to plays it almost NEVER quiet. Most people were standing up because could afford and usually those people were and eating and talking loud etc. It is hard to believe actually watched and understood the plays completely, unless they read the script or seen them multiple times. lol Since the beginning of theatre entertainment, people have not shut up. lol
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
yeah i gues bak in those days there wasnt like a common sense to shut up to respect the actors huh? hehe pretty funny though
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TechieWidget Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I couldn't say this any better.
I always turn my cellphone off when I watch a movie in the theater.

I am Asian and I don't see what is wrong with eating by yourself in public. Every Asian person that I know around me does that!
I have done that countless times and not a single damn was given (If someone did, I would tell him to go away). I doubt it's a cultural thing, but then again I may don't know since I am more westernized than asian.
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DragoonVulpi Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
It's not weird going to the theaters by yourself. I mean, I went to see the Dark Knight Rises by myself and it was wonderful experience. Then when I'm at home and rent movies, I always try to watch the movies by myself since I just don't like having my family around me during the movie for some odd reason.

I also saw 9 technically by myself since even though I had to bring my sister and her friend, they were running out of the theater for no apparent reason. It was good watching that movie all by myself with hardly anyone there.

Though, my friend and I did see Wreck-it Ralph together. We talked quietly, but it was only during the opening ads and the ten scond intermissions between scenes. And it was always something regarding the movie like when I saw Calhoun, I whispered "It's Samus... but it's not!" or when there was some car drifting my friend told me he wanted to do that. We stayed on topic.

But I get what you're saying. Guess movie going can be either an incredibly enjoyable experience.... or a trip to Hell.
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Titoalba Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I totally know your feels, bro. My mom, bless her soul, is probably the one person I loathe going to the movies with these days. I don't know if it's something she developed just recently or if I just never noticed before, but my mom seems to feel the compulsive need to let EVERYONE in the theatre know how she's feeling about the movie. If something even remotely unfortunate happens to a character she'll gasp and put her hands over her mouth and be all like 'NO!' in the loudest whisper voice you've ever heard. Or if someone says something witty she'll bust out with one of those really short, really obnoxious cackles. If there's a fight seen or someone gets totally owned she basically fist pumps and goes 'YES!' She'll nudge you and lean over to give you little quips of what she's thinking at the worst possible times too, like in the middle of an important dialogue.
Don't get me wrong, I love my mom, but... no. Just, no. If I'm paying to watch a movie, then by God I want to watch that movie in SILENCE. I'm not a terribly chatty person in general, but in the theatre I get downright pissy if my experience gets interrupted. >.>; I'm just fearing the day that I rip into my mom right there in the theatre. It's bound to happen eventually.
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
oh gosh, yea mayb tok to her about it, my mums the same.
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Titoalba Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I would talk to her, but my mom is the Queen of guilt trips. orz I'm not sure which would be worse, continuing without saying anything or having her shun me.
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shadowdude7 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
If i have anything to say to a friend or my sister, i try to say it during an explosion.
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
then you better research the movies to make sure they contain explosions.
Hint: lots of talking opportunity in Skyfall
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shadowdude7 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
If being the key word. I try to wisper if that helps. Also, high volume music work well.
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scheris Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's why i go 2 weeks after the premier or even more, when few people go. I like to talk from time to time but my voice isn't too loud \( ' v')/
The only movie i know i did talk a lot was in Twilight, it was so bad that i had to laugh at it.
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hinoraito Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Hahaha i only watch movies at home cause going to the theater is so expensive
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070809xdr Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
is it ok at a dollar theater and the movies are out 10 months after release and there's only a few other people
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
if one of those few other people happens to be me then no.
shhhhhhhhhh
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070809xdr Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
*whispers k
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SuedoNimm Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist
sometimes when i go to the movies with my brothers, my littlest brother almost always has to go to the bathroom during the movie and when we go before the movie, then he wants some water, then during the movie he keeps asking me questions about things he already knows and can plainly see on the movie screen, but if im lucky he will fall asleep

i wish i could go to the movies by myself
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Ry-Spirit Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
how old is lil bro. im sure he will grow out of it soon, hopefully
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SuedoNimm Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist
he's 8
and i hope so too
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ellehcore Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I also found this annoying in Malaysia. A Chinese Malaysian was with his wife and 2 kids in front of us in the front row. The kids were annoying as hell talking and fighting and my bf and I are like T_T "I guess they are only kids... The parents should know better but it's not our place to tell them they are shit parents"

So this continued through half the movie. Then the dad got, not one, but many phone calls. And he just answered them in the cinema. So by the third call I'm putting my feet on his chair and coughing and trying to give him the hint. He looks around while still yapping away loudly as if the person on the other end cant hear him. I WONDER WHY? When he looks at me I look right back at him like "Yeah I just kicked your chair. What of it?"

So he gets up and walks to the front near (but below) the screen next to the exit. But doesn't leave.

At this point almost everyone at the cinema is glaring at him and eventually he got the hint and left.

He came back at the very end of the movie. I just looked at him coming back in like "Oh if that shit isn't on vibrate IT IS ON LIKE DONKEY KONG BIACH"




My mum goes to the movies by herself when my Dad and I are busy and her friends are busy. She said I should try it sometime for pretty much the same reasons as you did.
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MiniMoo53 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
THIS.

This is why I don't like to go to the movies any with family/friends/etc.... When they start doing totally rude things during a movie, I can't stand the emberassment. =_=
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LadyJeeves Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've never heard that it's a strange thing to go to the movies by oneself. I go to the movies by myself all the time!
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Silverlugia860 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I recently saw Wreck It Ralph and there were two ladies in the row in front of me grunting loudly and laughing at inappropriate moments. It was really starting to annoy the hell out of me and I considered kicking their chair but ultimately decided against it. Boy howdy I'm glad I didn't. Turns out the two women had down down syndrome. Yeeeeah. Oops.
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AnimeLoverofDoom Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Writer
._. Shoot, I'd watch a movie with ya. I hate it when people talk -.- and I hate it when a real emotional part comes on and I start to tear up...then everyone freaks out cause I'm crying. I mean really, I'm an emotional person myself and I went to go see Kung Fu Panda 2 with my (now ex) boyfriend. When that one part showed his mother, I started to tear up and cry. He's beside me and he starts asking me a shit ton of questions when I am trying to watch <<
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EravenSM Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I know exactly how you feel. I too enjoy watching movies by myself and all the other stuff you said. Except the speaking Cantonese bit, I can't do that. However if I ever walk past people who are looking in my direction and speaking a language i don't speak, I find it easier to just assume they are putting sh*t on you.

The only logical solution is for Ry to come down to Melbourne so that we can watch "wreck it ralph" together without talking and so no one talks about how we are watching a movie alone.

PS. just looked in your other information & National Treasure was the first movie I saw alone. :iconthumbsupplz:
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ArtisticAnri Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student General Artist
Basically my mum... Since she speaks Spanish only and we live in the U.S. our movies are in English. Throughout the WHOLE DAMN MOVIE she leans over to me or my little sister and loudly (she has hearing problems) say in spanish "What did s/he say?" over and over again until I tell her to shut up or give her an answer...
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EmoAngelfox Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student General Artist
It is such a pet peeve thing for me. It happens in the US as well. Especially if it is a popular movie. My friends dragged me to New Moon, the second night. And EVERYONE was talking and laughing and talking baout stupid shit and I just wanted to turn around and beat them with a bat. I hate it so much >>
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SonicWolvelina99 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I will never be able to go the movies by myself. I either go with 2+ friends or I stay at home. ;w;
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JJoploo47 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
LOL, I love you, man (the fact that you stabbed someone made me laugh my butt off) xD I absolutely hate it when people talk in the movies. I HATEHATEHATE going with my family because my dad always uses his phone, my mom always comments saying things like, "OH, THAT'S NOT REALISTIC AT ALL! COME ON, HE WOULD HAVE BROKE HIS BONE THERE!!" or talk to her friend that she brings with her everywhere. And my sister never hears anything, so she's always asking me, "what did they say?" and she has a bit of a nose problem (which I can't really blame her for) so when we eat candy, she has to breath threw her mouth [loudly].

But one day, I went the movies by myself. And it was... thee most... magical, wonderful experience of my life. I shall do it all the time when I'm older. ALL. THE. TIME. I want to edit the Forever Alone guy to where he's happy that he's alone. Because I LOVE it when I'm alone, best parts of my life happen when I'm alone :)

But seriously, we quiet people should invest in our own movie theater. Call it The Theater of the No Talking People (best name ever) and anyone who goes there and talks get's tackled by a wrestler. In fact, in order to be allowed in, you have to know a language of Sign. And people who are mute are the honored guests. YAAAY, BEST PLAN EVER!!!
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Tokypo Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
The thing that makes me most angry is when someone continuously kicks the back of my chair, one or two times I'll pass it off as a mistake, BUT IF THEY'RE USING THE BACK OF MY SEAT AS A LEG REST AND DON'T STOP AFTER I GIVE THEM A DEATH GLARE I'LL... I'll right an angry comment about it on deviantART. But seriously one stupid person can ruin the experience for the whole damn theater. :stare:
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Deus-Marionette Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I kicked someone's headrest in the theater hard because she took her phone out and decided to start playing a stupid game while the movie was at the darkest scene both literally and metaphorically. She wasn't happy I kicked her in the head, but at least she put her phone away and sat their unhappily.
I hate when people ruin a movie experience. You expect to pay and enjoy your movie, not have to deal with people on their phones or laptops.
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SunsetTheDragon Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I rarely go to movies, about once a year and I really hate it when someone distracts you just as you said. What I hate the most is when people take their children to PG-13 movies and they start to friggin' kick your seat.
When I went to Avatar there were these three six year old boys with a woman who I assumed to be mother of at least one of them. They were bored and they talked all the time and kicked my seat =___=
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Giggles-the-Panda Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I don't particulary like going to the movies by myself because I like to share the experience, plus it gives you someone to talk to about it aftwards XD. We have a dollar theatre that releases movies a few months after the big theatres, So sometimes theres hardly anyone in the theatre. Seriously its one of the best experiences to go with a friend and have absolutely no one else in there(of course there is the occasional couple). I feel like a rich person who bought all the seats :iconididplz:
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