Originally Posted by morris
In Oz, during the screening they send a stern-looking middle aged woman stomping down the aisle with a torch to check everyone is behaving themselves. It seemed to do the job. They only come in once during the movie...but you don't know when they're coming.
Before I was an Unlimited card user, we used to frequent our local Apollo quiet a bit. It was new, then, and it was just before the inevitable rodent infestation and, sure enough, as we predicted, it's became a local yoof
The duty manager in there was an assertive chap, and I recall two gobshites clamming up when he came in to tell them to shut it, or be thrown out. The silence was only fleeting of course, which prompted a 'philosophical' debate on whether or not the manager had the power to challenge their 'human rights'.
Yes, that's it. Your human rights have been affronted, because you've been told to be quiet in cinema.
Try living in a few other not-so-fortunate countries, then you'll know about human rights violations.
Thick, disgusting, self-oriented specimens.