I feel like this movie was certainly left in a place where a third film could be created but I almost hope that doesn't happen.
I don't want to spoil it in this post for those who have yet to see the film but I give this project
4 out of 5 stars.
I wasn't really MOVED but the film had moments that were well developed.
I did get a good laugh in from the audience as people sucked their teeth and yelled at the screen when Janet FORCED everyone to get along....that scene was made for giggles because it was just too unnatural.
Also the way Tyler worked the name of the movie into the script was a bit clumsy. Overall I still support Tyler and I think the film was a good one.
So what did you think?
Warning comment section may spoil it for those who have not seen the film yet.
Movie Theater Etiquette
I was the last member of my party to enter the crowded theater because I had to stop for snacks :-). When I entered our row, I noticed that a seat had been skipped so I was going to sit there but I was told that I may not want to sit there. My buddy used her eyes to direct my attention to the cute little boy in the row directly in front of me. Hummm I thought, perhaps this is a mischievous fellow and they saw him display some less than movie friendly behavior. I took her advice and moved to the next seat, it was still close to the boy but not directly in back of him. Then it happened, the boy jumped out of his seat and began yelling and it was then that I saw the string connecting the boy to his aunt's arm. She calmed him down and all was well until the movie began. He had quite a few outbursts and I was pleased that no one in the theater said or did anything to hurt the feelings of the young boy but at the same time it was very disruptive.
Out of nowhere the young boy, who was probably 8 years old had an outburst during one of the important scenes which caused someone in the audience to say "COME ON NOW" I think that was directed more at the aunt than the little boy. The woman seemed really nice and pleasant so she did her best to control the child. I was able to ignore most of his releases except for one, the one that came out of his rear end. The boy began relieving himself (and I'm not talking about a release of urine) and the scent just hit me like a thousand bricks. She had to have smelled it since I did along with my party- that frustrated me because, that if nothing else was about to ruin my movie experience. It was rude of her to leave in him there so long 1) for sanitary reasons and 2) because no one else in the theater deserved that experience.
She eventually took him out of the theater and she didn't come back. When we left the theater we saw her outside waiting so was she planning on going back in to watch it again from the beginning and ruin it for more people??? It's her nephew and I don't know if she has total custody or not but couldn't she have gone another day or left him with another family member? I don't know, maybe my thoughts are selfish but I feel like she was selfish too......ok just venting.
What would you have done? The only option was to move to the very first row which I HATE with a passion.....