I am ashamed to say that, as of last night, I have become part of the crowd which I have hated for my entire life. Last night, I called a girl that I had recently met and asked if she wanted to see a movie or something. She had some family over and didn't know if she could get out. So, we said we'd meet at the cheap movies if she could manage it. Well, upon going to the theater, she and a friend were already there, waiting. So, we bought tickets and headed in. Once in, the two girls I was with performed nearly every "theater no-no" in the book. 1) They talked, nearly constantly, throughout the entire movie. 2) Apparently not caring, they left cell phones on and, at one point, had a phone call. It was from more of their girlfriends who were outside the theater and needed to know where they were sitting. 3) Upon their friends coming into the theater, the two girls proceeded to STAND UP, turn around, and WAVE to their friends, to let them know where they were. 4) The movie in question was Phone Booth, starring Colin Farrel. The girls had only chosen the movie due to the fact they thought Colin was "hot." And yes, they decided to inform others around them that they would love to blow him, or get him into bed. 5) Halfway through the movie, a group of guys came and sat in front of us. Well, the girls I were with didn't like that and kicked the seats repeatedly. 6) Throughout their many conversations during the course of the movie, they thought, hey, why not interject some colorful, numerous swear words. All the time. 7) Did I mention that they had candy that they had brought? Well, towards the end of the movie they were getting bored, and decided to make eating said candies as loud as possible. When they got bored with that, they used to remaining candies and the box as a sort of musical instrument. Whee! Add all of the above to the fact that there was a screaming kid in the movie, and the fact that the entire left side of the theater's speakers COMPLETELY WENT OUT!, making most dialogue or any sound at all from the left unhearable. I must say that, throughout the movie, I kept thinking "There is no way that I can continue on with this girl. I mean, I LOVE MOVIES. I see movies every Tuesday, and most of the time, more on the weekends. So when I see a movie, I absolutely hate it when things like the aforementioned happen. I'm going to take her out to one more movie, and, if, she still acts this way without any of her friends there, it will leave me with no choice. Ah, the balance of power between the brain and the penis. And, in this case, the brain may win. I am sorry to anybody who had to be there and be subjected to that.