The guy kept talking.
After an action scene, he'd be all, "Wtlkjsl afljs dkljafs." I can't type the exact words, because he was speaking Spanish.
I think he was TRANSLATING for the woman with him.
This wouldn't be annoying in other circumstances, but we were in a movie theater. I don't want to hear chatter when I'm watching a movie. Especially chatter I don't understand.
A part of me wanted to hiss, "No bueno!" towards the guy, because he KEPT DOING IT. But I was in Texas, and people in Texas have guns, so I kept quiet and simply fumed in my seat.
Tom and I brought Tommy to see the new Transformers movie. And I know Transformers can be a kid obsession, but we were surprised to see small kids: as in two and three year olds. If the kid can be quiet and the parents don't mind the occasional f-bomb, then I don't care. But I find when kids are seeing adult movies, they can get irritating. These kids would go, "What's happening?" when there wasn't an action scene.
So I had Diego rambling beside me at these moments, plus children wanting to know where Optimus Prime went.
I just don't comprehend why people are so RUDE at movie theaters these days.
This wasn't it though.
No, a guy in the front row kept standing up and walking over to the corner of the room. This made me nervous. People have GUNS in Texas, and I wasn't sure what he was doing. I think his feet probably just hurt, because he did this several times, which was distracting. The movie is nearly three hours long, so I get that you might need to stretch, but multiple times is not cool. If you know your feet will hurt, sit in the back so it'll be less distracting.
Plus there was a couple in front of us who kept checking their phones. Even if you do this for a second, the bright light is irritating. Step out. Please.
Despite all of this, the movie wasn't horrible. I'm not a huge fan of action movies, because I always think, "What a mess!" when things explode and break. Plus the movie was long. I kept thinking the action sequence would be the last, but then more Transformer drama happened and there would be another one.
Naturally, my boys enjoyed it.
Would I see it again? Probably not.
Plus, I'm always wary about going to movie theaters, because, as I mentioned many, many times in past entries, people are rude and think the "Put your phone away" and "no talking" at the beginning of a movie does not apply to them.
Let's remember manners when leaving the house. Please?
**Here's something NOT annoying: I'm guest posting over at Eli (aka Coach Daddy's) blog here!**