Well, the other day we’re sitting around the content factory, and someone suggested going to see “It” – that movie about clowns… IN A THEATER.
Now, the thought of going to a theater for a movie seems archaic. You sit upright in a chair, it’s kinda chilly, you’re unable to move or stretch, you can’t pause the movie to go pee… I mean, right?! RIGHT?!
Minus the big screen, I have no idea the upside is. Strangers’ reactions to the movie is an added feature of going out to a theater, but I’m not sure I’d call that a positive thing.
For example, when you’re at the theater and people start laughing at the smallest thing… Grow up Peter Pan!
I don’t know, I guess I think the entire “Theater Industry” is just bullshit. I’m all about movies and watching them on TV or Netflix, but paying $10 for a couple hours to sit uncomfortably?
Agreed! Thanks ‘Chelle!!
I am officially on a mission to make theaters NOT a thing anymore.
The War on Theaters Begins Now,