I ran into a couple of snowflakes at the movie theatre last weekend. The movie was Anchorman 2; there was a couple in front of me who I am guessing did not see the first movie and were not enjoying the second installment...and were sure to make that fact known to the people they had come with (and the rest of the theatre). Some highlights (all at full conversational volume, if not louder):
- Husband to wife: "You never get to pick the movie again!", "Well, I guess it's time to catch up on my sleep!" "Anyone want more candy?"
- The wife was mostly exclaiming "This is so stupid/bad!", but found a few lines funny, which she immediately repeated back at full volume. Because, you know, we all might have missed it.
-"Hey, look, it's ______!" (There are many cameos in the movie)
-The husband would also randomly comment on certain "vintage" cars in the background
I would have moved, except I was in the middle of the back row and didn't want to disturb those around me. I understand it's a very silly movie that's not exactly an Oscar contender, but I came to hear/enjoy the movie, not your random commentary on it!