1. Do not bring a three year old to a PG-13 movie that is three hours long and first, expect him to sit through the whole thing, second, not go "Mommy, where is the gorilla?" "Mommy why did he do that," "Mommy what's that." 2. Do not open your phone and do text messaging while the movie is playing. Your lighted LCD is just as annoying as you talking on it. 3. Do not kick the seat in front of you two hundred times during the movie. In fact, if anyone is in front of you tuck your legs in. 4. Do not look for two people sitting by themselves in the far corner of the theater and then sit right in front of them. 5. Do not give a blow by blow "Yeah, that was in the book, no that wasn't in the book" commentary to your friend next to you during the film. 6. Do not bring your 6 year old to and "R" movie. It's embarrassing to watch boobies with a 6 year old next to you. 7. If you do bring your kid, don't tell him to sit in his seat 50 times and do nothing about it - he's playing you. If he doesn't sit down, leave. 8. Don't come to the movie 15 minutes late and walk in front of 20 people trying to watch the movie so you can get a seat. That said, we decided that we're not going to the movies for anything but an 11:00 p.m. showing anymore. Period. It just isn't worth the hassle.