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I saw the Conjuring with my girlfriend this weekend after my friends have told me how awesome it was.
This theater was packed with women. I've never seen so many women in a theater. Groups of women, women by the pairs. Only a few couples with a man there. It was surreal. It was like I was at a Twilight movie and not a horror movie.
Whether or not I liked the movie became irrelevant, because the only thing I'm left with after the movie is how bad the experience was. No one in the theater would shut up. This movie proved that scary things are funny to people. Anything scary happened... laughter. Anything scary was about to happen I'd hear 1 - 3 people say 'uh oh' all from different areas of the theater. These 'uh ohs' sounded sincere and not just pricks trying to ruin the movie or anything.
Despite having several ads in a row telling people TURN OFF YOUR PHONES! I heard several ring tones or vibrations from phones almost turned off. Holy shit. What an unruly theater. I've been to several movies at this theater and never had any of these problems, let alone this bad.
Oh and to top it off. I lost count of how many people dropped their keys during the movie. Not just a key ring with a few keys, It sounded as if some people had 80 keys that just plopped on the floor. People just jangling their keys. It made me think at some point people were trying to scare their friends by throwing keys down on the floor or they're too busy digging through their purse that a heap of keys just falls out.
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I read the title as "toilet free", and I was disappointed already.
Yeah, this thread needs more toilet. Don't you have some awesum story of a hot gaggle of girls that went to the restroom after the film got out and you overheard
a whole bunch of 'omg' gossip or some such?some baudy toilet misadventures?
I went to go see it with my family the night it came out. It had a good kind of classic horror feel to it, and it was good for the kind of movie it was but it wasn't anything revolutionary.
When I was in there there was constant noise for the first half hour or so. Then at one point this girl a few rows ahead of us yells "Ya'll need to SHUT the FUCK UP". Things quieted down after that.