Editorial on Movie Theaters Today
There are several other points I would make about this theatre and in fact, small theaters in general. First, and most annoying, you can't call the theater and talk with a human being. The only thing you get are the show times. I can't begin to tell you how annoying this is. Secondly, they don't always run their ad in the Norwalk paper which means if you wanted to go to a movie on Tuesday evening, and they didn't run an ad in Tuesday's paper, good luck in finding out what was playing there or the show times or you could just the "Visit the Theatre" line above and that will tell you the times and prices. If you look in the paper, even if you could find a newspaper ad for this theater, you probably wouldn't be able to read it anyway because they show all the movies titles in capital letters, so good luck reading these ads. Apparently they never learned basic graphic arts skills. Of course, you can always call the theater phone and listen to a 10 minute recorded message which is even more annoying. Either way, they make it hard to find out what is playing and they wonder why they have less business today. Probably the best way is to just click on my link above this paragraph to find the show times at Premiere on the Internet.
The second point I would make is that there is something wrong with the concession stands in theaters today. I remember when I would go into a theater and smell the popcorn popping and couldn't wait to buy it because it smelled so good. Well, they often don't make popcorn at the theater anymore. Oh, they have a popcorn machine filled with popcorn but, sometimes that popcorn comes out of a plastic bag and there is no smell whatsoever. And, by the way, the popcorn is stale and tasteless so if you love good, warm, home cooked popcorn, don't waste your money buying this stuff unless you see them...
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