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Tuesday 21 August 2012, 12:17

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Some weeks back I asked you if the weather made any difference to your cinema going. Here is a summary of your meteorological musings...

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    FEWER people!

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    The last time i went to the cinema was the day the dark knight rises opened...it was horrible. There was people behind me talking , infront there was a family of two adults and three four year olds which ment more talking.... only in high pitch! Then there was the gang of 7 years olds on the front row running around and chaseing eachother. Totally ruining the quiet and emotional scenes. Its put me off going to the cinema altogether. It dosnt matter about the weather outside when you have idiots to sit with for 3 hours. I would have rather watched it outside, on my own....in a storm!

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    Toffy

    There's a simple solution to screaming kids and teenagers talking. Go to see films which have little or no appeal to children or families in general, like foreign films or art house films. As for mainstream fair, go to a slightly more expensive cinema, people with families are always gonna go for the cheapest option.

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    I always loved going to the cinema on hot sunny days... it is lovely to go from the uncomfortable noise of bright sunshine into the dark cool of the cinema... and if it is still sunny outside after the film, you rather expect it to be dark outside and I have a few moments of delicious disorientation - which rather feels nice.

    It does help that I don't like sunny days of course. On the coast they tend to be horribly humid and I have light sensitive eyes. Great for a Clint Eastwood squint, but little else joy to give.

 

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