He was thoroughly absorbed in the movie, each twist in the plot, each exciting bit in the film was accompanied by exclamations.
This I can understand coming from a little kid.
But this guy, seated next to me during the King Kong screening, was a grown man. Probably in his 20s, for all I could see in the dark.
He acted like he'd never watched a movie before.
Or maybe he just had a low IQ.
I couldn't be too sure.
But it was rather distracting sitting next to someone who seemed every ready to jump out of his seat and into the movie itself.
And I was just wondering why it is that my movie-going has dropped considerably this past year. Although the lack of access to free previews is probably the biggest reason, I can't deal with fellow moviegoers who insist on treating the cinema like their own home, with no consideration to others in the cinema - eg potato chip bag rustler in Lido, brats who kick chairs and people who just won't shut up.