When Should You Go To The Movie

 

Here’s the thing…you can actually enhance your moving-going experience when you selected to go. Consider these movie situations:

Kid’s Films : If you are trying to take a little kid to a kid’s flick it could be best to go on a Saturday afternoon. Whilst the reasoning could be self-evident to you it dawned on me one evening when I was trying to take my four year old to the newest Pixar flick. You see, 4-year olds are rather antsy and talkative (especially mine) and when you and when you’re taking them to a kid’s film where there are predominantly adults in the audience – well the simile of water and oil is good one.

I don’t wish to spoil someone else’s movie experience but I don’t wish to have a fun time without me consistently having to correct him through a movie. Thus, I have discovered that it’s a far better thing to take a small child to the theater on Saturday afternoon. During this time the theater is full of other little kids waffling and fidgeting. And the rest of the audience is much more comfortable (and tolerant) with the children in this developmental stage. Conversely, if you are an adult who wants to see a kids movie with a minimum of youthful distractions go to the movie any time but Sat. afternoon – weekday evenings are to see a large proponent of continuing so far childish distractions go to the unmarried – lots of time together is a good thing too. So date night pictures should be planned with care. That is, if possible schedule a film around a bundle of activities planned planned For the date. Are you planning dinner, roller-blading, drinks with pals, other activities? Traditionally, date nights are Friday and Saturday evening but if you can break away, any time is a fun time for a date. (Hint: want to see how your drinks with children? Take them to a kid’s movie on Saturday afternoon (above).) 

Creature evening but if you say horror films just don’t have the same effect when you exit the theater before 10:00 p.m. If wish to be spookier its best to go to that horror flick late-night, mid-week. Rationale: it’s just creepier to leave that late when there aren’t as many people around. Also, its better if it’s a bit cooler out. It leaves a better opportunity to snuggle if it happens to be date night *wink*.

 

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