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Author Topic: Aargh!! This is why I don't go to the movies any more!  (Read 29819 times)

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jaxsue

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Re: Aargh!! This is why I don't go to the movies any more!
« Reply #90 on: August 09, 2010, 02:07:50 PM »
Had to dig this thread up, because yesterday my sister and I went to the theater I said was so good about handling disturbances.  The movie was "The Other Guys," and the theater was packed.

I have to ask: did you enjoy the movie? It looks very funny.

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Re: Aargh!! This is why I don't go to the movies any more!
« Reply #91 on: August 09, 2010, 02:25:25 PM »
Had to dig this thread up, because yesterday my sister and I went to the theater I said was so good about handling disturbances.  The movie was "The Other Guys," and the theater was packed.

I have to ask: did you enjoy the movie? It looks very funny.

It was hysterically funny, almost surrealistic humor at points.  The police captain was Michael Keaton.
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Re: Aargh!! This is why I don't go to the movies any more!
« Reply #92 on: August 09, 2010, 07:50:47 PM »

I saw Volcano, which takes place in Southern California, in Chicago with two other native Californians.  We were cracking up at a lot of the inside jokes that no one else in the theater got.

I saw Blade with Mr. Sirius and a bunch of his lab technician co-workers.  The parts that took place in the police lab had them practically rolling on the floor with laughter.  One of the other patrons gave me a strange look (there were only about 20 of us in the theater) and I said, "Lab techs."  He nodded knowingly and returned to the movie.  Watching them was a lot more entertaining than watching the movie, believe me.  (Vampire movies are not my thing.)