RULES OF MASS IMPORTANCE
rules for a connecticut cult classics movie night
- Please be on time! Doors open at 6:45(ish)pm and the show starts not much longer after that. Seating is on a first come/first served basis so if you arrive ten minutes into the second movie, the only empty seat may be between your ex and your worst enemy (assuming that they're different people, of course).
- Be sure to bring your ticket with you to the theater. We can't believe everyone who claims that they bought a ticket and left it home; you'll have to purchase another (if they're still available).
- No cell phones, iPads, laptops or any other random technology during the movies and trailers. We realize that you may think that the breakup of Billy and Susie is super-important and that your best friend just has to know right now but we guarantee that your neighbor doesn't give a shit and will be annoyed by the huge light emitting from your device.
- Keep the conversations outside the theater area. It's fine to laugh, cry, or even whimper during the movies but please keep the full-blown convos outside...and your jokes aren't that funny so please don't yell at the screen, this isn't Rocky Horror.
- Think before bringing little ones please. There can be some rather racy and disturbing images at these shows (not always in the movies but definitely in the trailers) and we have a strict "no talking during the shows" policy so please use your best judgement when it comes to the wee ones.
- Leave something at your seat during intermission. Leaving a sweater, jacket, etc. will not only help you find your seat upon returning but will also ensure that your seat is not taken by someone else while you're gone.
- No outside food or drinks. This should be a given, right? The theater sells popcorn, snacks and beverages so please make your purchases from them. Oh yeah, and no alcohol.
- Speaking of food and drinks, please clean up after yourselves. Like my mom always told me, "I'm not your maid."
- Be respectful of others. Don't put your feet on an occupied seat, don't kick an occupied seat, etc.
- Keep your shoes on. I don't really have to say this, do I?
- Respect the theater. Vandalization of the theater in any way will not be tolerated. Is "vandalization" a word? My spellcheck says no. Whatever, you know what I mean.
- If you have an issue with someone not following the rules, please do not take matters into your own hands. Find one of us and we will handle it.
- Most importantly - HAVE FUN!