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Shocker, Another 'Dark Knight Rises' Entry

Posted by Aderia , Jul 21 2012 · 116 views

I hope you guys aren't tired of TDKR entries yet.

So guess what. I went to go see the Dark Knight Rises tonight.

Unfortunately, there was one glaring thing that made the whole thing horrible for me.

The town I live in.

Specifically, drive in theaters in my low-intelligence hick town that I cannot wait to escape.

No, lady, it is not cool to park your tractor/van right next to us and let your stupid baby scream all throughout the movie. And really, what kind of parent does that? Let their kid wail in the back of a truck to ruin epic movies for everyone around them?

I cannot even describe how much that did not brighten my cold and rainy summer day.

I am counting the days until I can move out of my pickles-and-corn farming, chasing-goats-off-the-road-daily, gonna-spit-sunflower-seeds-into-my-beer-can, ride-my-tractor-to-work town. It will be a happy day.

On a brighter side of things, the first half of the movie that I did manage to hear before our car battery ran dead and the baby started to bawl next to us, was awesome.

So, one useful thing you can take away from this, do not take an infant child to see a Batman movie. Ever. Because you will most likely end up upsetting teenage girls. Which is bad.

[/rageventing]

Hey good news. Now I have time to watch 'Batman Begins' and 'The Dark Knight' before hitting up the cinema again with the same group of equally disappointed friends from the obnoxious-baby-drive-in night =D

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Vorahk1Panrahk2
Jul 22 2012 09:52 AM
It has nothing to do with your pickles-and-corn town. Even in the city you get the kind of people who bring children to the theater, or just annoying people in general. I've even sat near adults (at least 50+ years) who absolutely refuse to keep quiet throughout an entire picture.

Sometimes I wonder if going to the theater is worth it.
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You have drive-in theaters in your town?

Awesome.
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Sound the Bugle*
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Walking Her Home
Thankful Hearts
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Black Diamonds
Long Live*
The Lonely
All Our Sins Remembered
Perfectionist
Reality's Fantasy
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