I am a movie fanatic. When friends want to know what picture won the Oscar in 1980 or who played the police chief in jaws, they ask me. My friends, though, have stopped asking me if I want to go out to the movies. The problem in getting to the theater, the theater itself and the behavior of some patrons are all reasons why I often wait for a movie to show up on TV.
First of all, just getting to the theater presents difficulty.
Leaving a home equipped with TV and video recorders isn’t an attractive idea on a humid, cold, or rainy day. Even if the weather cooperates, there is still a thirty minute drive to the theater and followed by that is waiting in line to get the tickets.
Once you have made it to the box office and got your tickets, you confronted with problems of the theater itself. If you are in one of the run down older theaters itself,.
You must adjust to the musty smell of seldom-cleaned carpets. Some of the patrons are more of the problem than the theater itself. Little kids race up and down the aisles, usually in giggling packs. Adults act as if they were at home in their own living rooms and comment loudly on the movie itself.
After arriving home from the movies one night, I decided that I was not going to be a moviegoer anymore. I was tired of the problems involved in getting there and dealing Weith Theater itself and some of its patrons. The next day I arranged to have cable TV service installed in my home. I may now see movies a bit later than other people, but I’ll be more relaxed watching bow office hits from my our home.
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