Moviegoers Demand Their Money Back For THE ARTIST

I'm sorry, but if you're going to see a movie, shouldn't you know what it's about before you see it?

I’m sorry, but if you’re going to see a movie, shouldn’t you know what it’s about before you see it?

According to the UK paper, The Telegraph, a theater staff was forced to issue “a small number of refunds” to patrons who complained about the film being silent.  To add to that, one Liverpool theater is now asking patrons BEFORE they see the movie if they understand that the film was silent.

There should seriously be a rule.  If you’re going to see a movie, KNOW WHAT YOU’RE SEEING! Hell, the movie has been out for a while, and one of it’s most endearing qualities that people are talking about is the fact that it’s a throwback to the silent film era.  How could you have missed that??

This comes after an incident in October, when a Michigan woman actually sued the studio that released DRIVE claiming that the trailer made the film look like a FAST AND THE FURIOUS movie.

A movie is made and put into theaters for audiences to see.  If you decide to spend $13 for a film, maybe a bit of research first?

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to see THE IRON LADY.  It’s the true life story of the Tin Man’s wife.

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