People do not know how to watch movies in public anymore.
Old people do. I’ll give them that. They know when it’s time to be quiet and stfu and enjoy the movie they just paid $10 for.
I’ve been to some local movie theaters, that I won’t name out of principle, and ONLY because the Boyd in Bethlehem is still not open, and people there are just jerk faces.
Sure, I get it, it’s a summer blockbuster movie that is full of loud noises and action, but I want to be able to at least hear the conversation between the two characters!
This doesn’t apply if you’re watching a children’s movie. Because, if you’re going to a children’s movie in the summer and you don’t have a kid, god speed.
A Doylestown movie theater manager was slugged in the face Monday afternoon when he told a customer he could not enter with his little dog, police said.
The manager of the County Theater at 20 E. State St. stopped the ticket-buyer at 4:04 p.m. when the dog was discovered in the man’s messenger bag.
The manager explained the theater’s policy against pets and prepared to refund the customer’s money, and the man responded with the punch, knocking the manager to the floor, police said.
The dog owner then ran toward the borough’s museum district and has not been located or identified. Police said he is 5-foot-11 to 6-foot-2 and in his mid-50s, and he has gray hair pulled into a ponytail. SOURCE: The Morning Call
My friend NinjaMatt has a little dog he found somewhere in the streets of Allentown that is the most evil tiny Chihuahua ever to exist. The thing only stops barking and growling at you when you feed it raw meat. I’m serious. I think it has its own twitter.
But, for realsies, did you think you could bring a dog into the movie? What’s the point? Dogs hate movies.
Wait, maybe he was taking it to see that movie Ted, about the weird bear. Ahh, okay, nevermind, kinda makes sense now.