On a personal note, we saw two movies yesterday. We can go months and months and there is nothing playing that we want to see, but right now, there are FIVE. We saw Breaking Dawn, Part 1 and Mission Impossible. They were both very good. I still want to see We bought a Zoo, War Horse and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
The theater we always go to has recently remodeled. They now have recliners and they also now have self-serve drinks with 104 flavors. I told the manager that I really liked the remodeling, but I thought they needed more flavors. Also a funny thing happened yesterday when we were being seated for Breaking Dawn. The theater was full and by the time we made our choice of what flavor of soda we wanted, there was only a sprinkling of single empty seats throughout the theater. On the end of one row, there was an empty seat, a woman, a man, and an empty seat. I asked the woman if they could scoot down one seat allowing us to use the two empty seats together. She said "No" - not just once, but twice. So my husband sat beside her husband on the 4th seat in the row and I sat by her on the end. We began passing our popcorn and drink back and forth -- more than was necessary. It only took a few minutes and soon she caved, the woman stood up and "told" me to scoot down. I first thanked her for her kind offer, but declined telling her that we were comfortable with the way it was, she then said "please". I could tell she was about to have a breakdown. I have never in my life experienced such rudeness at the theater, but ended up having a really fun time with the situation. We talked to management about it and they told us they couldn't make them move if they didn't want to, so we just handled it in our own "mature" way. By the way, we were always sure to apologize to them verbally each time we passed. We are nothing if not polite. Fortunately, the movie hadn't yet started. Are we bad or what?