'The Incredibles 2' Is Finally Coming Out And We Are Hype, But Don't Forget Your Movie Manners
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'The Incredibles 2' Is Finally Coming Out And We Are Hype, But Don't Forget Your Movie Manners

But please, for the love of all things good, DO NOT bring your screaming children.

'The Incredibles 2' Is Finally Coming Out And We Are Hype, But Don't Forget Your Movie Manners

"The Incredibles 2" is so close to being released and if you're around my age, you've been waiting for this movie since you saw the first one. If you haven't seen the first one, you must have been in a coma or living in a hole for the last 14 years.

"The Incredibles" is literally the perfect movie, complete with superheroes, a cute family with a troublesome son, a somewhat shy teenage daughter, and an adorable baby, family trips, and a happy ending. The ending to the first movie, of course, set up the plot for the new movie coming out June 15th of this year. If you're planning on going to see it, here's five movie manners to remember in the theater so everyone can enjoy it.

1. Leave your screaming children at home.

If your children are too young to sit quietly for a few hours, leave them at home. Millennials and Gen Zs want to enjoy this movie probably more than anyone else and we can't do that with children screaming in our ears.

2. Turn your cell phone ringers OFF.

No seriously, hearing a phone go off in the movies is one of the most annoying things ever. It's even more annoying when you answer it and talk on the phone in the theater.

3. PLEASE, for the love of all things good, don't talk during the movie.

Laugh during the funny parts, cry during the sad, but DON'T talk during this movie. We've been waiting for 14 years to see this movie and paid good money to see it. Don't ruin it for us.

4. Don't kick the person in front of you.

It's rude, annoying, and you might get punched if you do.

5. Don't chew like a cow.

This is a HUGE pet peeve for a lot of people. If you do this I can almost promise that you'll get popped faster than that popcorn your eating.

Bottom line: please respect the theater and others that are there to see the movie. We're all excited to see it so let's all go, enjoy it, and not want to fight the person sitting around you.

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