June 11, 2011 by Post Team
Alamo Drafthouse, Austin-based Alamo Drafthouse is a great dinner theater to pick up a pint of beer made at home for some decent food from her chair and watch a recent movie release or enjoy a special theme night as a “Big Lebowski” quote-along. However, lurking in the pub environment and prisoners theater experiences some rules. And the Alamo Drafthouse staff in 12 locations in the chain takes these rules. One of the most urgent, is that since 1997, customers are not allowed to respond to calls and not as even allows text, as the company claims that the bright lights disturb the experience of going to the movies.
In a parody of Sylvester Stallone in the action movie “Cobra”, a representative of the Alamo Drafthouse is warning the public before the start of each movie in the theater, “the text messages and talk in a theater is the disease, (y) The Alamo Drafthouse is the cure. ”
A woman was recently expelled for allegedly using their text telephone after two warnings and was not given a refund. In a rambling, expletive laden voice mail to the company, she says she was looking for her seat in the dark, and she called dinner theater chain for the administration knows exactly what he thought of her policies.
In response, Alamo Drafthouse sporting officials and launched an edited recording of her passionate voice mail on her website and YouTube, which caused much laughter, the debate on proper theater behavior and national attention. The theater also using it as a “do not talk or text” ad to be played in all R-rated movies of the chain, this weekend.
Entertainment Weekly is another publication that runs with the history of text messages people have left and right post comments on the arguments or actions in kicking out were too severe. The publication named above Alamo Drafthouse “the best cinema in America.”
The chain began in Austin and currently has five theaters in the capital city, four in San Antonio, two in Houston and one in Winchester, Virginia
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