Movie theaters in my area solve half of this problem by not allowing babies into the theater. I've seen moms get turned away at the box office and demand to talk to the Manager, and then get turned away by the Manager.
One time, I went to see Titanic in 3D (I know.....) and some obnoxious girl was talking so loud, like, she was trying to talk to her friend over the audio in the theatre. So I threw an M&M peanut at the back of her head and she turns around (I was 4 rows up from her) and she thought that this young girl was the culprit. She pulls out a pocket knife and screams that she is going to come up there and stab her.
I stood up and told her I was going to get the employee's to kick her out.
When I returned, she had moved from her spot in the theatre. The other people all pointed to where she changed spots. She left kicking and screaming. The kind of kicking and screaming you see children do when their mom's drag them out of grocery stores.
Fuck that. Don’t bring a baby to a movie theater. That shit is expensive.
It was an unrealistic movie. Who goes to a Star Wars movie expecting realism? Had he SEEN the rest of the movies? Noise and gravity in space, everyone can understand Chewie and all the droids. It's fantasy. If the characters' motivations are remotely believable, I'm happy.
I had a similar experience when I went. Guy kept quoting dialogue because he had seen it before. He would make exclamations like "that's not good" and "uh oh that's trouble" during every dramatic scene. He kept explaining stuff to his kids next to him and they were just as poorly behaved. He even talked during the part of the movie where it is completely silent. It wasn't throughout the entire movie, but just enough to be disruptive. I kept glaring at him and gave him a few sharp "Dude!"'s but it didn't seem to phase him.
"ok but can you [shut the fuck up/shut your kid up/get the fuck off your phone]?" - me to every other movie patron who says anything during the movie.
When I went to see it, this kiddo kept loudly asking his parents things like “who’s Yoda?” “What’s a Jedi?”. EDUCATE YOUR SMOL ONES!!!!!
who the fuck takes a baby to a movie theatre? fuck me thats some horrific parenting
Thats why i always try to go to the movies at 12 or 13h, on weekdays. The theater is almost always empty.
Had to deal with a couple of neckbeards behind me doing this with fucking IT.
On the plus side, he didn’t shoot the babies.
Next time you should louldy-whisper right back at him
I'd be bitching and moaning about a baby in the theater too. Go talk to the damn manager though.
Really? The movie about the space wizards and the light-up swords isn't realistic?
Firstly I would just like to say if you bring a baby (3 years and younger IMO) to a movie theatre you're a fucking asshole, and this dude is also a fucking asshole for talking during the movie