Went to see Thor: Ragnarock yesterday. It’s a KICK-ASS movie…very fun, high recommend from me. The thing that surprised me was my local theater did something totally opposite of what you would think would be the common business way of thought…
…they HALVED their seating in the theater. :/
No lie…every seat in my local theater house (a “Cinemark”, if I remember properly) is a recliner like you’d have at your home in your living room, and there’s SPACE for your feet and for the reclining section of the chair to fold out. :/ Yah, I believe ticket prices went up a buck because of it, but now each screening can only fit in half as many people because of the new seats. Isn’t this the era of airliners jamming commuters in together three and four at a row just to fill the airplane to capacity and then some? I appreciate it as a viewer, but I just hope they can stay profitable…those seats had to run at least $500 alone for each one and they filled at least 17 screening rooms with them…that’s quite an overhead to beat before you make a profit…I need to see more movies. 🙂
Isobel Wren today.