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    I agree OP, surely it's not a big ask to turn a phone off for the duration of a movie. I can't really relate to that sort of thing, as I am one of those people who happily leaves my phone at home when out, I don't miss it or fret over what I may be missing on social media, but each to their own I guess, I just know what I would feel mighty miffed if a phone was on the entire time with the full screen brightness.

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    Default At the movies today.....A vent.

    Seriously that is so rude!!!
    I thought it was "cinema law" to not have any recording devices on? When I took my DD to watch Tinkerbell and the Neverbeast there was a guy who came in every 15-20 minutes to check everyone and one of the mums behind me was using her phone and he asked her to kindly switch it off- I'm assuming in case she was a budding movie pirate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tproz View Post
    Seriously that is so rude!!!
    I thought it was "cinema law" to not have any recording devices on? When I took my DD to watch Tinkerbell and the Neverbeast there was a guy who came in every 15-20 minutes to check everyone and one of the mums behind me was using her phone and he asked her to kindly switch it off- I'm assuming in case she was a budding movie pirate?
    Yep. We all saw the announcement not to use phones during the film.

    On another note, how good was Tink and the Neverbeast?! I was so moved by the ending. I can't even believe I think that but it was just lovely.

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    If you're going to watch a movie with your kid, watch the damn movie. Share the moment with your kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Yep. We all saw the announcement not to use phones during the film.

    On another note, how good was Tink and the Neverbeast?! I was so moved by the ending. I can't even believe I think that but it was just lovely.
    It was amazing!!!! I was glued to the screen - secretly I enjoyed it more then my daughter 😳


 

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