Yes, but apart from that, what's the problem?PoochJD said:HI,
- Prices too high.
- Picture quality not great, even with brand-new films just released.
- Too many people using mobile phones, despite warnings.
- People eating smelly disgusting food and/or noisy bags of sweets.
- People chatting or holding conversations during the movie.
- People putting their feet up on seats.
- Kids (in general)!
- The films I want to see, often aren't shown outside of specialist cinemas in London or other major cities.
- Films I want to see aren't shown frequently enough, for me to get a chance to see them.
VMAX said:Been to the cinema twice in the last 20 years, and have vowed never to go again. Simple question, Why are people unable to go without food or drink, with the inevitable trip to the toilet, for three hours?
Amen to that. The Cineworld in Milton Keynes, is £6.60 for a normal show, I have no sweet tooth so can easily avoid the counter and after 6pm the parking is free. As such the pricing is not too bad IMO. The Odeon under the Point is what I envisage hell being like however. The Mrs has an unlimited pass which considering how oftern she goes is good value for her. As someone that has always been more of a fan of music than films, I go far less often but consider the pricing to be OK .Stuart Kirby said:Although the potential is there for all these bad things (chavs, talkers, phones etc), I think, if you avoid these, the cinema is unbeatable! One thing I tend to do is wait until the film has been out a while and then the cinema will be quieter, hence less noise etc. I rarely have a problem when I go to be honest, which is reasonably often.