so, I went to the movies

and I saw "27 Dresses" with my girls and it was cool if it wasn't for the IMBECILE that kept KICKING the back of my chair!!! I swear that lately in every movie I ALWAYS sit in front of the kicker!! At one point he must have had his knee up against the back of my seat cuz I could feel him SHAKING his leg!!!! since my seat reclined, every time he did something I would sit up and then SLAM back against him!! IDIOT!!! I always say I would turn around and tell them something but it's different when you're in the middle of the movie and you DON'T want to make a scene or fuss and miss the movie.

Don't people KNOW that there is someone sitting in the chair that they're kicking???

one weird thing I noticed when I was paying for my tickets to the movie was a disclaimer about the "Cloverfield" movie which said that the movie may cause MOTION SICKNESS!!?? I asked her if it was because of the shaky camera views cuz I knew it was filmed similar to the Blair Witch movie. She said that was why and that after almost EVERY movie they showed, someone came out after the movie and BARFED!!! LOL!!

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I wish I was like rkinne ...

I wish I was like rkinne and the rest of you guys so I could have told that guy off who kept kicking my chair. I'll have to remember to go off on them like a "pimp who wasn't paid!!!"" LOL!!

i saw Cloverfield, movie ...

i saw Cloverfield, movie would have been better if it was shot in a regular way.

Dawn. No need to make a ...

Dawn. No need to make a big fuss. Just turn around and quietly say to the jerk "if you kick the back of my seat once more, you will be leaving here on crutches". Works every time.

you see, I WISH I could do ...

you see, I WISH I could do that! I'm NOT good with confrontations.

Well it doesn't HAVE to be ...

Well it doesn't HAVE to be a confrontation, Dawn. You can do it nicely, and if the person has something smart-aleck to say back, just ignore him/her and get the theater manager. My son works at our local theater and movie goers must be courteous to other patrons or they are removed from the theater.