|Written by Bill Hanks|
I am sure that we have all been to the cinema at one time or another. When you shell out your hard earned money for a good show, you want to get he best out of it. This article will give you some good pointers on how to enjoy a picture.
Once you decide that you are going to the cinema, check the dates, times, and admission cost. The worst thing to do is make a trip and not get to see what you expected. You might also discover a matinee at a cheaper cost. Speaking of cheaper costs, see if they have a Senior Citizen rate.
Arrive early. Many times a very exciting picture might sell out early. If you drive park close as you can. I can't begin to number the times it was raining, when I came out of a cinema. There are other advantages, too. You can get the seat that you desire for viewing. So where is the best seat located? Don't ever sit on the end of a row, unless you have bladder problems. Sit in the middle. Do not sit in the front 5 rows, unless the crowd dictates it. If you have to sit in the front, lay your head backwards as far as you can. This way it won't strain your eyes too much. After a few moments, your eyes will make the proper adjustment. Don't sit at the very back either. People getting up and coming and going will interrupt your viewing. That is the reason you don't sit on the end of an isle.
Don't eat during the show or sip soft drinks through a straw. If you go with refreshments, do it before the picture starts.
Once you have your seat and you are ready, You need to mentally block out all action going on around you. Try to place yourself in the picture as a silent observer. I use to consider myself a silent partner in a detective mystery. Get yourself engrossed in what is happening. Pay attention to all details and statements made by the characters. Be very observant to the little things that come into play during the movie. This will give you a better impression of the picture.
When you leave, if you enjoyed the presentation, tell others about the movie. However, don't give everything away about it. Always leave plenty for the next viewer.