FUCKING MALAYSIAN CINEMA AUDIENCES SHOULD FUCKING FUCK THEMSELVES TO FUCKING HELL

Saturday, March 07, 2009 at 11:49 pm
This is beyond simmering anger. Actually, it is, but I'm normally such a non-confrontational person that most everyone I know get annoyed and angry about any one thing before I do. So when I'm angry, other people would have erupted already.

I'm talking about those people talking to their partners during a film at the cinema, discussing the details of what's happening (usually because they found it amusing where it actually isn't, or they're not sophisticated enough to understand what's happening in the film - this includes simple romantic comedies); or flipping out their phone to text or, even worse, actually answer the phone.

So I'm watching Seven Pounds with a friend. Beside her, a Chinese couple who probably didn't understand English too well - NON-STOP COMMENTARY AND DISCUSSION ON WHAT IS HAPPENING. But that is somewhat understandable ... they were a bit loud, and really shouldn't be watching this film (or at least, should be banned from watching any non-Chinese film at the cinema), but I get that they have to discuss what's happening, and that it's within traditional Chinese culture to do so. Yes, I am saying that these older people think watching movies is like watching Chinese opera.

Now, beside me, on the other hand, are a young Chinese couple, who speak reasonably good English (the kind that indicates having some overseas education experience) are FUCKING DISCUSSING THE FILM THROUGHOUT THE FILM - in between her FUCKING TEXTING AND SHINING HER FUCKING PHONE ABOUT, thus fuckingly distracting me non-stop. What are they discussing? "Eh, this is a flashback issit?" "Huh? Don't understand what you mean." "Neh, this part continues from the part in the beginning." "Oh I see! Yeah yeah."

Un-fucking-believable!

PEOPLE, CAN'T YOU FUCKING TALK ABOUT IT OUTSIDE, WHEN THE FUCKING FILM IS DONE? AND COME ON, THE FILM WILL FUCKING EXPLAIN IT TO YOU EVENTUALLY IF YOU HAD FUCKING PAID ATTENTION. EVEN THE LOUSIEST FUCKING FILMS DO THAT. WHY THE FUCK DO YOU NEED TO FUCKING TALK ABOUT IT?

I never did confront them, but I was real close to doing so. I was formulating in my head what to say, and it would've come out along the lines of, "I know the film isn't very exciting but shut the bloody fuck up, can or not!?"

But what I was really thinking inside my head was:

I WANT TO FUCKING PLUNGE A KNIFE STRAIGHT INTO THE FUCKING BITCH'S HEART.

Or, I WANT TO FUCKING SLAM HER HEAD AGAINST THE FUCKING SEAT IN FRONT OF HER.

People, can you stop doing this in the cinema?

YES. I am talking to you, the reader. Oh, so you don't talk or text or answer your phone at the cinema, right? FUCK-ING LIE. Half of those who are reading this are likely to be doing this regularly.

It should be made into a law to LEGALLY KILL the people who make noise or use their phones in the cinema.

In fact, one guy came very close to doing so.

20 comments

  1. ~YM~ Says:

    Imagine a duo of housewives in the cinema. One of them had watched the movie, and giving a loud explanation of what is going to happen. I think u get my point. :P

    Irritating

  2. k0k s3n w4i Says:

    I don't talk in theatres. But I do text occasionally. But since I favour the front seats (which no one wants), i'm not much of a bother to anyone.

    I like how close the screen is up front. and how empty. maybe u can try sitting up front too - then you don't have to deal with morons like those.

    you wud only need to put up with my texting then :|

  3. Loong Says:

    Just do like Ting from Ban Nong Pradu and elbow the bitch's head in.

  4. McGarmott Says:

    Dude, I love the front seats too, and yes, because they are generally empty, it's fine.

    Look, sometimes you need to use your phone to text, I get it - fine, but make an effort to keep it from distracting.

    The girl next to me was holding it up to her face level.

  5. mYsTyLe Says:

    I have to asgree with you that yes, teenagers nowadays, not just chinese, but all including malay and indian are very annoying when watching movie. They think like "Hello I've paid for the ticket, u care ar i talk?"

    Da*n wanna screw them. Especially if they watch those Jay Chou movie where a bunch of hopeless and b*tch young gals keep screaming AH AH JAY AH F ME.

    Teenagers nowadays do not understand the word responsibility. Not just movie but also everything, incuding their life.

    Ah this topic wont go last. But I strngly recommend you the nex time when u face the same thing, say loudly to them "do you know how to watch a movie? Stop disturbing others if you respect others" That will stop them, IF you say it loudly. It can give warning to the rest also.

    Cheers

  6. cyber-red Says:

    You forgot about those who jackhammer your seat. Seriously, so annoying!

    I'm guilty about reading messages in the hall; but I try to cover my actions with my scarf. Heh.

  7. Yi Ling Says:

    LOL! make it a law to kill them =.=" but yeah. they are irritating ._. make my movie experience like shit :/ paid so much for unenjoyment -.-"

  8. Jason Lee Says:

    I hate the type that goes on announcing what happens next. Or the person that indulges their partner when the partner asks what's going on. Just shush the partner and enjoy the movie la.

  9. Jadetofu Says:

    Stab them with a fork.

  10. email2me Says:

    I usually stand up and fuck them off. Or say "SHUT THE FUCK UP! People are trying to watch a movie here!"

    Some will keep quite and some will leave the cinema embarrass coz other people clap hands. lol

  11. I usually whisper to my sister about how hot the guy is.

    That's all. I swear. Please don't kill me.

  12. yapthomas Says:

    I had to endure this also while watching Watchmen. -_-

  13. McGarmott Says:

    Gosh, that's terrible. To watch Watchmen one really needs all of one's mental faculty to understand all the different plot points and soak in the themes. If this had happened while watching Watchmen I'd have flipped.

  14. Nicki Says:

    chill people... relax.. you aint getting nothin out of all that profanity and I'm sayin this not just cuz I'm chinese! Honest! =)

  15. It's absolutely annoying to have those who talk n discuss as if they're d director of the film but compare to those who answer phone n talk out loud as if they're in market I think those film directors r still fine.

  16. S.H.I.N.G Says:

    Gosh, I came across your blog from nuffnang.. and yes I can't help but agree 100% with you.. I met this group of Malay girls and guys the other day I watched sex drive.. OMG they were laughing and talking so loud.. I wanted to shout at them and pour water on them already..

  17. vampire Says:

    Yeah, this is one of the main reasons why I avoid watching movies at cinemas these days. Not to say I don't talk a little while watching, but talking out loud or flashing the phone and irritating you is way too much for one to endure. You should honestly "sound" them for the better good :)

  18. Cathy Says:

    it happens all the time..there's this time when i was watching wedding game, this po po and the daughter brought the granddaughter out....then right, the kid keep running here and there..talk damn loud...and then the grandma talk even louder but never scold the granddaughter...waliao..like nobody business only...

    then there's this kid once sitting right behind me, kept kicking my chair, asked him to stop kicking millions of times, but he never care, so i asked him mum sitting next to him, but guess what??the mother never even bother looking at me, don't even mention about listening to my complaint!! =.=

  19. McGarmott Says:

    Pull her hair.

  20. Yehia18 Says:

    Instead of getting so worked up a simple "Lower your voices down please. Im trying to watch the movie" Would have solved it

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