Over the past couple of years, several movie theaters have made the switch to permanent reserved seating.
As a result, several have also changed their seating entirely from standard stadium seating to "luxury" seating.
I bought AMC A-list so I don’t have to deal with that as much anymore.
Problem is that a lot of people are non confrontational so if they see someone in their seats rather than say anything they'll go get a manager then it becomes a whole thing.
Lol why would you even pay to see a movie and do that?
I loved Tuesday’s at the AMC, but it really brings out the worst crowds.
Do you not mind/care that you're putting someone in the uncomfortable/awkward position of having to ask you to move? my frustrated tone aside, I'm genuinely interested to hear what you have to say, so no judgement to anyone who takes the time to respond.
Or are you hoping they won't have the gumption to do so? In fact, I'll award Reddit gold to at least one person who owns up to this and explains what motivates them.
Those 20 people no longer have the opportunity to go catch a big blockbuster when they had the chance.
Those 20 people are money lost for production studios and, assuming they buy concessions, a lost source of revenue for theaters.