I was researching how we should behave during movies, and I learned many other things. The Associated Content Producers listed in this article are authorities on going to the movies. I think some of them may know more than I do about the experience. That’s saying something, considering my history and knowledge of the movies.
Why We Love Movies written by Associated Content Producer Ms. Nicole A
This article I highly recommend anyone read. If anything you’ll be thinking about what author Ms. Nicole A talks about all the way to the multiplex. You may be even pondering her observations and theories all the way through the movie. She discusses how we as an audience are prone to wanting an escape from our daily lives, and how we want to be entertained by fantasy or comedy. Another thing Ms. Nicole A talks about is other movie-going experiences to help audiences escape, entertain the masses and maybe teach them something about our society. I whole-heartedly agree with that Ms. Nicole A.
Other works by Ms. Nicole A
Movie Theater Popcorn Vs. Microwave Popcorn
Dirty Money: An Alliance Between Porn and Charities
Free Advice for American Women Thinking About Cosmetic Surgery
Calorie Listings on Fast Food Menus
How to Behave at the Movies written by Associated Content Producer Lisa
This article discusses what people should do, and how they people show act during a movie. Author Lisa talks about her and her husband’s own personal experiences, and tells us just why good behavior is good at the movies. If you ask me, everyone should know the basic stuff like no talking. But Lisa talks about how rude it is to watch people come in late, take the seats in front of her and her husband, blocking their view. All I recommend is that people avoid going to movie theaters that don’t offer statium seating. You don’t generally get a lot of heads in the way because those people are sitting under you. Lisa is right about the cell phone thing for sure.
Personal note: I still do hear ring tones often during movies, and I can’t help but want to shout, “Turn that thing off and shut up!”
Other works by Lisa
How to Get the Best Deals on Car Parts
Review of Cingular Cell Phone Service
How to Survive the Stomach Flu
How to Child-Proof Your Christmas Tree
Why Nobody Goes to the Movies Anymore written by Associated Content Producer C.R. Rockwell
In some ways, this article is a one-sided view on general movie-going. Author C.R. Rockwell talks about general prices, general crowds, and the other things rambunctious movie-lovers could be doing besides going to the movies. He considers teenagers to be the biggest draw for some – if not all movies. I think he considers the rambunctious crowds I mentioned before to be the main reason people don’t go to the movies anymore. But, there’s no denying that this man loves the movies. Maybe he should go to movies that might not have any of those rambunctious crowds. C.R., you might try going to indie dramas.The theater should be virtually deserted.
Other works by C.R. Rockwell
Rape & Punishment
How to Plan for a Road Trip
How to Deal with a Hyper-Phobic Dog
Be a Safe Driver: Learn How to Avoid Road Rage
Other articles by other Associated Producers I highly recommend
Comic Books that Should Be Movies by Lee Andrew Henderson
How the Horror Movies of the Great Depression Reflected the History of the Time by L. Vincent Poupard
5 Movies that Would Be Improved by Adding Zombies by Phil Dotree
Why Zombie Movies Scare the Heck Out of Us by L. Vincent Poupard