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What is the most funniest experience you had in a movie theater?

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    MrMidNightposted 7 years ago

    Mine, when the theater was packed, and two people were squeezing by some dude in the 3rd row below me, his response, oh no, no, no, BUTT IN MY FACE, BUTT IN MY FACE!!!!!!! The whole theater was LAUGHING THEIR FAO...

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      VenomsEdgeposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      LOL yeah that is funny, one of mine was when somebody farted like it was thunder and lighting outside everybody in the theater was looking around and no it wasn't me, HAHAHAHA, really it wasn't....

    2. Shinkicker profile image95
      Shinkickerposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      ALIENS: When Sigourney Weaver walked into the Queen's nest, the audience went quiet, then someone made a farting noise.

      Cracked me up

      But I'll laugh at anything :-)

    3. TheQuestion profile image54
      TheQuestionposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      this hottie tried to go down on
      oh wait
      you said funniest
      not freakiest
      never mind
      carry on
      as you were

      1. N.E. Wright profile image80
        N.E. Wrightposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        LOL. LOL.

  2. Gilbert Smith profile image60
    Gilbert Smithposted 7 years ago

    Whenever I go to see a showing of an older movie like It's a Wonderful Life or Rear Window, there's always a couple of idiots there who have no idea they bought tickets to a movie made before they were born, and they always make snide, confused comments until I have to turn around and tell them to shut the hell up. After which, they usually leave (and probably ask for their money back).

    Uh... not really all that funny, I guess.

  3. Bill Yovino profile image87
    Bill Yovinoposted 7 years ago

    This happened nearly forty years ago. I was taking Judo lessons and a friend from the class and I decided to go to a Martial Arts film that was playing in the next town.  I am white and my classmate was black. We went to a theater in a predominately black area.

    We entered the the lobby and we split up. My friend went to wait on the concession line and I went to get the seats.  The theater was filled to capacity so I waited in my seat facing the back of the theater waiting for my friend. He entered from the lobby and I stood up and waved to him so he would know where we were sitting.

    As he made his way down the aisle, he was laughing so hard that he dropped one of the sodas. I asked him what was so funny. "You didn't have to wave, you're the only white face in the building"

    1. Rafini profile image89
      Rafiniposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      lol  that's too funny!!  big_smile

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    china manposted 7 years ago

    Many years ago in Scotland with my new wife watching the painfully drawn out emotional hogwash that is 'Love Story' - at some point in the seemingly hours long dying scene the audience was so quiet you could hear a tear dropping, I couldn't stand it any longer and manufactured a long drawn out sob, and the theatre erupted in tears !!  enough to almost cover my hysterical laughter.

  5. Rafini profile image89
    Rafiniposted 7 years ago

    My funniest experience was during the 1970's and my sister and I had walked to the neighborhood theater to see a Benji movie.  The theater was fairly full and the balcony was open so for the first time we were able to go upstairs and were even lucky enough to get front row seats above the loaded theater - a mere foot from the railing.

    I was probably about 8-9 and my sister was a year older.  She had her candy and I had my popcorn, which I set down on the flat part of the railing right in front of where I stood and the round part (above the flat part) held it in place.  The lights went down and the previews started.  My sister couldn't see since my popcorn was set in front of her so I reached out to pick it up.  The movie theater went dark in between previews and my fingers made contact with the popcorn container.

    I jumped up to try and catch my popcorn but it was too late.  When I looked over the balcony I saw all those fluffy yellow kernels (with 'extra' real butter) land in the laps of several people who immediately looked up to see who had thrown their popcorn away!  I almost dropped my drink on them in my rush to sit back down and not get caught!! 

    I felt so guilty!!  But I was lucky - other people in the balcony came to my rescue and told the ushers it was an accident, so I didn't get kicked out!  big_smile

  6. a-funny profile image55
    a-funnyposted 7 years ago

    it's look like very nasty but this is true and it happen with me when am at theater last 2 months, am fart and very lounder so people look at me and they laugh at me. I am the last one who have to go out of the theater (I don't want anybody see my face)

  7. jonathan t profile image56
    jonathan tposted 7 years ago

    I went to see the dreadful "King Arthur" when it first came out. I knew it was going to suck, but I wanted to go anyway because I've always been fascinated by Arthuriana. And I wanted to see the supposed "new historical developments critics agreed on." Well, I went with my friend who was studying medieval lit in a phd program. So from the get go, she was bagging on all the historical inaccuracies and deviations from the stories and of course at how skimpy and slutty Keira Knightly's costume was. It was the funniest time I've ever had at the theatre. I'm sure everyone hated her and us for "ruining" the film. But really, how could someone ruin that drivel??

  8. Sab Oh profile image54
    Sab Ohposted 7 years ago

    "funny" or "fun"?

  9. Pearldiver profile image81
    Pearldiverposted 7 years ago

    Yeah I'm sure I've Seen THAT GUY in the Trenchcoat Before... hmm

    At the movies we just pointed and Laughed! yikes

  10. Eemaan profile image57
    Eemaanposted 7 years ago

    When to see a children's animated movie and a mother was seated in front of me with her 7 or 8 year old daughter. She proceeded to tell her offspring EXACTLY what was happening on-screen frame-to-frame. Oh, look at the hippo walking funny. Oh, did you see that cute giraffe. (Mind you, the child could see and hear everything perfectly clearly because every few minutes or so, she'd roll her eyes at her mother or simply exclaim one of the following: Mom, it's right there. Yes, I know. Uhuh. *Sigh* Yes. Mhmm, he's cute.)

  11. Sunny_S profile image59
    Sunny_Sposted 7 years ago

    A friend walked by while i was getting a BJ from a girl. I've been embarassed since lol smile

  12. Rick Bailey profile image56
    Rick Baileyposted 7 years ago

    It was a first date with a really cute girl. As we walked out of the movie to the parking lot, I spotted my car. Being a gentleman, I unlocked her door (no auto-unlockers then), and she got inside. As I walked around to my side, the alarm went off. I froze like a man who just found out he's getting audited. Why? Because my car didn't have an alarm. This car was identical to mine in every way, model, year, color, and the keys. Being a quick thinker, I calmly walked back to her side, and motioned for the girl to get out. She had a quizzed look on her face, and I explained it wasn't my car, but that mine was a few rows over. Like Bill Murray leaving the golf course in Caddyshack, we slinked away as that car alarm blared for another minute. Twitter me @lacomedywriter.

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      Sunny_Sposted 7 years agoin reply to this


  13. Deni Edwards profile image86
    Deni Edwardsposted 7 years ago

    When I was about 12, I thought it would be fun to throw bologna during the movie.  My friend and I bought a package of bologna, sat in the back of the theatre, and tossed it into the crowd like it was a frisbee.  It was pretty funny when it would land on a head.  They would stand up, shake their heads and hair, and look back wondering who the culprits were.

  14. anonimuzz profile image79
    anonimuzzposted 7 years ago

    I have nothing too fancy to share. My silliest experience was watching a 3d movie with a very bad pair of 3d glasses and thinking that I had suddenly got some vision problem. I spent ten minutes putting and taking out the glasses to see if my "eye problem" was just temporary, until my brother took the glasses out of my hands, put them on himself and told me that the glasses were messed up, not my eyes. I really felt a very smart guy after that one. Aside from that, nothing, really, besides one occasion where I went to the movies alone, but arrived a bit late and the movie had already started. When I finally found out, in the darkness, where was my seat, I managed to step on the toes of everyone in my row before I could occupy my spot. I'm glad no one tried to kill me.