Ah, kiddie movie snowflakes.
I went to see Despicable Me 2 the other day. I tried to find a time and showing that would hopefully have the least amount of small children present, but somehow ended up with a tiny child sat next to me, whose mother insisted on conversing loudly with her darling precious all throughout the first hour of the movie in a loud sing-song talking-to-a-small-child voice. "LOOK AT THE MAN! ISN'T HE FUNNY! LOOK, HE'S WEARING A PRINCESS DRESS!"
I say that she conversed for the first hour of the movie because she finally left an hour in (with her two tiny toddlers in tow). Early on in the movie there is a very short scene were a bunny gets injected with something that makes it big and purple and aggressive. The little girl next to be FREAKED out at this and kept going on and on "MOMMY! I WANNA GO HOME! I DONT WANNA WATCH THIS! THE BUNNY! THE BUNNY!". Mommy snowflake refused to take her terrified child out of the movie because she wanted to watch the movie and noogies to everyone else (and her small crying terrified child). The movie has some scary scenes in it (mostly just ominous in tone, rather than content) and everytime things got a bit ominous the little girl would keep freaking out about "THE BUNNY! I DONT LIKE THE BUNNY! MOMMY, THE BUNNY". For the record, there were no other bunnies in the movie except for that one 5 second scene right near the start.
The final straw was a scene that frankly was probably too intense and scary for a small child, and the little girl utterly lost it. Finally, finally, Mommy snowflake grabbed her two children and left, and I got to see the last 20 minutes in peace.
For the record, all of the other children in the cinema were very well behaved, and the only child I even noticed was the one freaking out right next to me for the first hour. <sigh> I HATE HATE HATE movie cinemas.