Going to the theater for a movie date is a great way to relax and unwind. In fact there are some people who make it a habit to go to the cinemas every weekend to wash away the stress and worries that they burdened for the whole work week. However, there are also instances when a supposedly relaxing activity can turn out to be stressful one when you have viewers who do not practice common courtesies while inside the movie house.
Most establishments have house rules for customers to follow so that everyone can enjoy their services. Some of the standard rules that we can find in movie houses concerns the use of cell phones, camera or camcorders, bringing of food or bulky packages and bags inside the cinema. Some theaters would have specific restrictions in bringing babies or children while others are more lenient. If you want to bring kids along in the movie house, it is best to look for cinemas that cater to families with children like Vue Cinemas. They have special screening schedules that accommodate young audiences. Viewers of this slot would probably be more tolerant of minor distractions created by children. However, parents should take the initiative in removing crying and noisy children from the premises instead of waiting for the theater staff to request them to leave. There are also some annoying theater behaviors that adults are also guilty of. This includes talking loudly, standing up often, eating noisily, or leaving their trash behind. Some of the worst things that I encountered are people putting their feet up on the chair in a cramped cinema and kids kicking the back of your chair. From then on I became more prudent with my cinema choices. The family movies at Vue have always met our standards in both viewing comfort and enjoyment.
Watching a movie in the cinemas is something that everybody should enjoy. Common courtesy dictates that you should be considerate of the comfort or convenience of your fellow viewers and refrain from making disturbing actions or noises.