I don’t think anyone has a problem with reasonable responses to watching a movie in public. It’s okay to laugh at jokes, cheer when the heroes win, etc. If you are the type of person who likes to loudly ask “Who is that?” “What just happened?” etc., then yeah, nobody likes you in the theater (or likely at home either).
I’ve never been to an Alamo Drafthouse, but I’ve been to theaters that operate in a similar manner. Based on personal anecdotal experiences, most of the people that go to these types of theaters are there for the movie, and tend to respect the rest of the movie goers. The audience is generally much quieter than your… Read more
I see absolutely nothing wrong with this. Confederate monuments should not exist anywhere outside of museums. They’re participation trophies for treasonous seditionists and pretty much every single one was built in the years after the Civil War, usually during things like Jim Crow or the Civil Rights movement (which… Read more