Originally Posted by Mike Garrett
I have learned to bit my tongue, before and during the movie. I wait until the end credits are rolling and then complain.
When I see a movie in a commercial theater I already know I am going to have a significantly worse time than if I watched it at home in my own theater. in my personal cinema the sound and video quality is going to be better, and there wont be 2-200 rude people mumbling to eachother, checking their cellphones, rustling their plastic candy bags, or struggling to breath as they shovel handfuls of popcorn into their faces, or kids who cant sit still... ugh
the last 4-5 movie experiences in commercial cinemas have been AWFUL. People are so rude and commercial cinemas have given up trying to enforce any kind of rules regarding audiences. Im only seeing a movie in theater so I can see it before other people spoil it for me, or something ive been greatly anticipating.
I would pay an extra 20$ per trip, for a theater that would allow me to bring in my own surround sound noise counseling headphones, just so I wouldnt have to hear all the rude people disrupting the entire film.
100% I am going to look into creating a startup that will basically put some sort of Audio transmitter in all theaters on all projection systems, so that I can connect to the audio with either bluetooth headset or through my phone, so I can just bring my own headphones.
During infinity war I had the pleasure of sitting next to a family, who halfway through the movie, the dad got up and went and sat in a different seat away from his family, to escape all the noise and talking from his own children. I have never wanted to push over a child as much as the kid who refused to sit in a seat the entire film.