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post May 21 2015, 10:48 PM
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What bad cinema experiences have you had?

I'll add some of mine later tomorrow smile.gif
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post May 21 2015, 10:52 PM
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I'm not against the Cineworld allocated seating policy that they've had for about a year now, I like being able to choose my aisle seat online in advance, but when you get to the cinema to find someone in your seat and decide not to go to the hassle of trying to get them to move so then choose a seat nearby and someone comes in and says you're in their seat

f*** OFF

It only works if everyone sticks to it and when we aren't exactly short of seats you can get lost

(this was Spooks a couple of weekends ago)

And there was that time when they showed trailers for 15 rated movies in front of Spongebob drama.gif
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post May 22 2015, 12:35 AM
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'Movie 43' was just a terrible experience down to one woman laughing her ass off the whole way through. I don't mind that, I actually endorse that, but with her laugh? Omg. It was just horrific.

I also had people in the screen for 'You're Next' where we'd suddenly see flashes and these three girls were literally taking photos/selfies IN THE SCREEN, whilst the film was on (not adverts, the actual FILM!). There have also been instances where people were talking throughout the film, it got to the point where me and my mates had to tell them several times to be quiet!

I just don't get why people do that? It honestly BAFFLES me!
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post May 22 2015, 12:40 AM
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X Men: Days Of Future Past. During the film, a guys mobile phone rang and instead of leaving the screen to answer the phone, he answered the phone in the screen and was talking on the phone very loudly, which annoyed a lot of the people in the screen but luckily, a customer complained and a security guard had to remove him
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post May 22 2015, 06:30 AM
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Okay, so when it's dark, even though it annoys me, imma let you use your torch to find your seat.

When it's during the trailers...it's irritating.

But when people start flashing their torches around when the film has already started...I mean, either come on time or crawl around in the dark, I don't care which.

When I was watching Pitch Perfect 2 two girls came in in 20 minutes into the film, flashing their torches around in everyone's faces. They sat in the row behind us. Then after 10 minutes I realised there was still flashings...I turned around and they were lit up. They were using their torches to eat their Wasabi. Idiots.
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