Movie etiquette

For the first time in ages I went to see a movie in a more popular time slot, and regretted doing so. Typically I would go during my Friday afternoons off, when people are still at work and few choose to watch a movie, otherwise early on Saturday mornings also seem quieter too.

Today, Sunday, I decided I’d head out to see Jurassic World: Dominion to get out of the house for a bit. The movie being (yet) another sequel was quite predictable as practically everything had already been done in all other films preceding it, though it was still okay despite.

What I didn’t enjoy was the family behind me who just hadn’t heard of movie cinema etiquette, that being if you’re going to talk you keep it low, and limited. No, they didn’t know this whatsoever, they talked throughout the entire movie, incessantly and annoyingly. Commentary on everything that no one paid to hear, nor would have.

I’m thinking I may need to go gold class to avoid these people in future as seating here is limited and I can then focus on my movie.

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