Top Ten Worst Types of People in the Movie Theater
I could cry or punch someone if someone spoils a movie for me. Even worse if I spoil it for myself! Yeah, that's right, sometimes it spoil a movie for myself...
You are watching it, very attentively, and then all of a sudden,"pssst, he dies." You get angry but can get over it, because now the question is... who did it? "Pssst, the doctor did it."
I saw this happen on an episode of Henry Danger like two episodes ago.
I went to watch Christofer Robin at the cinema, and their was an adult somewhere in the crowd that kept on commenting, at first it wasn't too bad, but it was just constant comments which ruined the movie for many. I could tell that people were getting annoyed. This is why I went to see it a second time.
Ok, I'm guilty of doing this on occasion during a movie, but even so I keep the volume down to a minimum. The ones that are the worst are the nerds or fans who yell and scream at the top of their lungs during a bigger movie premiere such as Endgame or Infinity War and disrupt everything.
I went to see Frozen when it just came out, and at the end where Anna froze, a three year old was like,"What happened to Anna" then started asking her mom and I couldn't hear, she kept asking repeatedly very loudly.
We get it. People should be quiet during the movie, but when your Karen-level shushing is louder than the people talking themselves, it's actually more annoying to listen to that.
When your shushing is even louder than the people talking.
PG13! Hence the title! For those parents in particular, who like to bring their kids who are under 13 to a PG-13 movie should take more responsibility in these kind of things. If they are preteens nearing adolescence, then I know where you're coming from, but in an R-rated movie! Come on people, have some common sense here! I'm being the sensible voice of reason guiding and teaching your type of parents the error of their ways
Depends because there are some annoying ones, but there are some like my cousin who stay quiet. It depends on the child. I have always been quiet in a PG-13 Movie, but unfortunately there are those who are just annoying.
For any movie, there's going to be some violence, nudity, f bombs, etc. but I think that parents bringing under 13s to Dark Knight or under 17s to The Godfather should be kicked out of the theatre and they should be told to bring their kiddos to the little screen and watch those films. Let them play Grand Theft Auto if you want. If you're a responsible parent who matches up things (let's say there's a responsible parent who says the 3 year old is allowed to watch G films, 12 year old PG films, 13 year old PG-13 films, and 17 year old R films) you should let them play a game at 10/13 (depends)
I know right, especially when they keep crumpling their bags and making all the noise.
I don't like popcorn so I put my doritos in a popcorn bag and suck it up in my mouth to not chew.
I admit to have come under here too many times. I'm sorry, folks, I just love food!
Especially when some whiny kids ask their mum to take them to the bathroom...
I don't like to watch movies in theatres ( because of talkers! ), I like to watch them at home on my comfy couch...But if I go to theatre then this is me
This is me. I'm the one who is bawling and everyone else is just staring at me!
What about the end of deathly hallows part 1 and 2?
I think people are misinterpretating this. I'm not doing height discrimination. I just think it's annoying when someone tall sits in front of me since I am fairly short. But many of my friends are tall. The only thing I don't like is when people r like,"you're so small DERPPP" so I hate those tall people but not all tall people. Note I said that person is way taller. So it doesn't necessarily make them tall. If you are 4 ft and that person is a 5ft adult, they aren't tall, but they are a foot taller than you, therefore annoying when they are in front of you, for you. THEY Could Be A Lind person. Also how am I being a bigot? A bigot is someone who is intolerable of someone elses opinions. Who's opinion am I being intolerable of?
Ok, I'm a tall person, I know that, so I sit at the back seat of the theartre ir if there's no space, I'll lean so people behind me can see the movie. In my screening of X-Men Apocalypse, there was this towering dude in front of me who just could not keep still and he was really tall (he had 2 friends who kept on taking selfies the entire time). No offense to tall people but please, don't block the screens.
I would sing, but I'm a terrible singer and I actually realize that other people are watching the movie.
I remember seeing Mamma Mia, Rocketman, and Bohemian Rhapsody in the cinemas. My sister knew all the darn songs.
This would connect so much with Frozen!
Q: How annoying is it when someone next to you is singing along to songs in Frozen?
When I was little they did, and years later at the theater they did. No one who worked on the movie was there, so it's weird! And people even clapped for bad movies!
People whistling at the end of the movie too...
About 2 months ago, my friends and I went to see Interstellar, and the movie was just about to start when two obviously drunk teenage idiots (a boy and a girl) walked in and parked their crap RIGHT IN FRONT OF US. Now, keep in mind that this was a flat theater and there were about a million other seats they could have sat down in. In addition, they wouldn't stop laughing, even though there's nothing funny about Interstellar. Luckily, I'd seen the movie before, so it didn't ruin my experience as much. Needless to say, if you want to laugh in a theater, don't see a Christopher Nolan movie.
They're trying to have some fun...
Why put this jerk so low on the list? I find them intolerable, especially comparedwith the rest.
At the beginning of every cinema: "Please turn your mobile phones OFF".
Hey! That old lady told you to turn your phone off...
The next time I go to the movie theater, I'm bringing my own airfreshner.
I always end up sitting next to the annoying moron who chews their popcorn or slurps their soda so loud, I just wanna reach over and punch that person in the face.
First off, babies shouldn't be in the theater anyway since they will cry whenever they need something. There's nothing wrong about a baby who let's you know when they need something, it's the parents who're the problem. They'll bring their bundle of joy in a movie that will cause loud noises, and scare the poor baby.
Second, kids who talk, kick chairs, run around, or does anything that's disrespectful and disturbs other people from enjoying the movie, shouldn't be in there, unless they'll respect others around them.
Third, Annoying teenagers and people texting. The movie theater isn't were you go to hang and chat or check your social media during a movie. I'm a little more tolerate of kids talking a bit during the movie, because they're growing and still learning. But when grown kids and adults know better, they do it anyway, and that's more annoying than a kid and a baby.
People with phones should sit way in the back, and should only have their phones on if someone they know needs to reach them IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY while they're there.
Aw, where to start? These dumb kids feel the need to be obnoxious, little brats every time they go to watch a film. They constantly talk and chat when people are trying to enjoy the movie with peace and quiet. They are incredibly oblivious to how rude they are. We don't want to be able to hear your conversation from multiple rows behind us. For instance, if I'm in one of the front rows in the theater and you're sitting in one of the back rows, if I can hear you, then you're being way too loud. Furthermore, another annoying breed of teenagers that also aggravate me are those who feel the urge to text their mom/dad/friend while the movie is rolling. It even tells right before the film starts that all cell phones should be turned off, apparently they have no regard as to be courteous and considerate of other people instead of doing the polite thing to do. This is the second worst time to be talking on your cell phone after texting while driving. I know you're just minding your own business, but on the other hand, what if it would happen that your phone rings in the middle of the climax of the film when people are trying to watch the best, utmost exciting part while attempting to block out the sound and noise of your deafening phone ring going off simply because you couldn't wait until it ended. You people can't stop staring at your digital virtual game screens, now can you? Be reasonable! Why do you even go to a movie theater if you aren't going to even pay attention and watch the movie? Just turn off and don't complicate things just because you were too stubborn and selfish to actually turn it off! Whatever it is, save it until after the movie ends. If it's an emergency, then walk out of the theater when doing so. We don't to be part of your drama!
I would go to them and dump my drink on their head and then run away
What does this have to do with the movie theatre?
When they've just walked in: "When's it gonna start? When's it gonna start?"
When the advertisements are on: "When's it gonna start? When's it gonna start?"
When the end credits roll: "When's it gonna start? When's it gonna start?
This annoy me a lot