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December 15, 2017


‘Star Wars’ Fans Storm Theater Lobby Over Lack Of Sound During ‘Last Jedi’


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Management should have at least offered the customers a compensatory head of Star Wars lettuce.

They altered the terms. Pray they don't alter them further.

I sense a great disturbance in the lobby, as if dozens of voices suddenly cried out in terror, over the sudden silence...

The audio was not strong with this one.

Seriously: Get a life, people! Stuff happens! The theater offered refunds or tickets to a future screening. What else do you want? Reminds me of a bumper sticker I saw: "Suppose we refund your money, give you another one without charge, close the store, and have the manager shot. Would that be satisfactory?"

Rebel mimes. Read the script.

(Of course I didn't. I'm a Star Trek fan, not a Star Wars babageek. NTTAWWT.)

Reminds me of paying $20 to see the New Ghostbusters, in 3-D no less, and not long after the showing started there was a fire in the food court of the Tyson's Corner Center where the theater is located. Not a small fire either, an evacuate the food court and half of Tyson's shopping center flames through the roof 4 alarm fire. The theater chain sent me a voucher but I never did get to see the rest of the Ghostbusters picture, in 3-D or otherwise.

The sign language interpreter wasn't loud enough ?

The fact that most of us original Star Wars fans are getting hard of hearing might have something to do with this...

What did you say Allen? Speak up!

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