Besides the new Dine-in Theatres, once of the things I like about AMC Theatres is the creative way they communicate that it’s bad form (to say the least) to talk on your cell phone during a movie. For the latest trailer in that mold, we have a cute little Finding Nemo production courtesy of Disney and Pixar.
What punishment should await those who talk or otherwise interrupt a movie?
I love it!
As to punishment for those who talk during a movie? They should have to pay for every person in the theater to see the movie again uninterrupted. And this includes those who brings kids too young to sit quiet through a movie. (Hint, if they are asking you what just happened every two minutes, they are too young to be there, even if it is a kid’s movie.)
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Looks like they deleted that version. I’m adding a new version they uploaded later today now
I agree with Mark. I got to a lot of movies, and there is nothing more frustrating than someone talking or texting on the phone during a movie.
I wish there were more harsh punishments in place for people who do this. I almost feel it should be a law, with the punishment being a fine that equates to the number of seats multiplied by the prime time price. It’s extreme, but there’s nothing else that could be done. The theaters show these clips (which I love because it makes the message more entertaining, thus more people pay attention) and then turn the other way.
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