Hassle of Movie Going

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Hassle of Movie Going
 
You walk into a theatre just as the lights start to dim, all of the people quiet at once as their focus shifts to the large screen in the front of the room. The previews for new movies start to show and everyone is enthralled. This scenario is one that most American’s have experienced at least once in their lives. The thrill of going to the movie theatre to see that new blockbuster film starring some huge actor or actress that makes way too much money is something normal in today’s society. That would put me in the minority to most people. I am not much a movie goer. The last movie I saw was about 2 months ago. It was Oz the Great and Powerful, the one that recently came out starring James Franco and Michelle Williams. I loved having a romantic evening with my boyfriend and the movie was great. Unfortunately, the traffic, the price, and other movie patrons make attending the movies annoying and not a worthwhile experience. The night always starts with the hassle of getting to the theatre. Our local theatre is a megaplex 20 minutes from my house.  There are multiple shops that share the same lot as the multiplex and of course they are stores and restaurants that are always busy. Parking is always chore because of the amount of people attending the movies at the theatre or the restaurants surrounding it.  You have to drive up and down all the aisles for 10 minutes or more trying to park. Once your find a parking spot, and compete with 3 or more cars to get in it, you then have to walk from the car to the theatre.  Finally after the long walk across the parking lot, which you had to park all the way at the end of, you have to wait in line for a pricey ticket. To see a 3D movie, which all new movies seem to be coming out as, the prices can cost you over thirteen dollars per ticket. The entire time you are standing in line the only thought going through your head is that you hope the tickets are not sold out for your showing, and that...
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