|Caminante Nocturno |
Few things are funnier than an angry self-entitled person.
If my local theatre had this policy I'd actually go.
That girl is mentally feeble.
"I was just using my PHOOOONE as a flashlight to get to my seat"
-5 seconds later-
"In USA United States of America you are free to text in a theater. I was not aware I couldn't text in your theater."
The theater was too dark, so I was texting to see where I was going.
If I'm ever in Austin, I'm going to this theater. Good theaters understand justice.
|MacGyver Style Bomb |
I wonder what they do to people who bring in their own food.
I'm glad to see at least on theater cracking down on idiotic shit like this. The way other people act in most theaters makes me almost hate going to the movies.
I fully endorse and engage in bringing my own food into huge multiplex chains of theaters. I am not paying $4 for a hot dog just because I have nowhere else to go.
Independently run theaters are a different story and I happily pay for a nice bottle of Red Stripe each time I'm at the Crescent Theater in Mobile, AL.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Wow, so there are some things in Texas that don't suck.
There's an entire city called Austin.
The Alamo Drafthouse was one of my first stops on my trip to Austin and it was great. Being from Pennsylvania, where it's only legal to drink beers in underground bunkers every other Thursday, I started weeping when I was served one during a movie. They also have great food.
Holy shit -- I had no idea Massachusetts had it so bad. I really figured we were just behind Utah, but you have OPENED MY EYES to just how OKAY I have it.
No happy hours?? No open bar?? Fuck.
I stayed in Williamsport for a while, it was like a Stepford town. And yes, the rules on alcohol are archaic at best. Tons of crazy home-made hooch, however, as the (ex?) Amish kids really don't screw around when partying is afoot.
^Reply to spikestoyiu.
What's so crazy about the Mass. rules?
Apparently, no drink discounts, no open bars or all-you-can-drink, no more than two drinks for one person at a time, no pitchers for fewer than two people, no drinking contests, no drinks as prizes, NO FREE DRINKS. Also, no alcohol sales on Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and polling hours on election days.
Having this shown at every screening is admirable
You rock, Alamo Drafthouse.
She's texted in all the other theaters in Austin. Every single one of them.
|Jet Bin Fever |
Austin: ashamed of the rest of Texas.
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