(I know you all are on pins and needles waiting for it too....ha)
Now for the real reason for the post.
As some of you lovely readers may know, Rhett and I LOVE to see movies. We pretty much go to the theater once a week, which is a little extreme, but hey we aren't a nightclub, party animal type of couple.
We have especially seen a lot of movies since moving to Tucson, partly cause it's sooo flipping hot and also because we are still lacking in the "things to do with people" department..sigh...
Well all was well in the movie world until it seemed like every movie we saw, we had people being completely rude, whether they were talking or bringing their children to movies that weren't suitable for children.
Granted Terminator was a terrible movie (in my opinion) but is it really appropriate to allow your toddler to run up and down to aisle and walking in between saying boo to movie patrons? NO
I know I am not a parent, but we pay our hard earned money to go and enjoy a new movie, with the impression that fellow movie go-ers will be as respectful. If we choose to attend a Disney or children's movie then we know kids will be there and that is fine! I know that babysitters can be expensive, but if you bring your children why can't you leave if they start screaming during the movie. Please don't ruin it for everyone else.
Last night we went to see "Taking Woodstock" and apparently 1 family decided it was a "family friendly" flick. During the foul language, nudity (I really didn't realize how extreme it would be), and drug references, this family let their child scream, make noise, and run between parents. I finally had enough. I have never gone to complain because I hate missing parts of a movie, but I was at my limit. I told the manager (I accept I am a snitch) and returned to my seat. Flash forward 2 warnings later and the family was escorted out.
We were then allowed to enjoy the rest of the movie, which was funny, but not one that I can recommend to many people.
So I am now a tattle-tale.