Center of the theater. At the theater I go to most often, there is an raised section that has a large gap or aisle in front of it, between it and the next row of seats, so you have nobody sitting directly in front of you, I try to get these seats as often as possible. Second choice is the row that would be in front of these - becasue nobody is sitting right behind me.
The theater I go to has a section for handicapped and people with wheelchairs. It's got tons of legroom! I love to sit there, but I immediately move elsewhere if someone more qualified to sit there shows up, of course.
I like to sit dead center but sometimes it could be a dead spot for bass, so my other choice would be 2/3Th back, and the guys working in the theater can't always see you her so you could put your feet up on the chair in frount of you, thats if no ones in it of coures.
In one of the seats on the main floor in front of the stadium seats. It's really close to the screen, without being TOO close. I slouch down in my seat, look up and enjoy. Seriously, it's the best seat in the house.
Hey you stole my seat, seriously it's getting bad these days. Although I will say aside from talking on his cellphone and drinking bear and talking a lot the guy who sat next to me at Blade 3 was very well behaved. :frowning: Lately i've been favoring the theaters that crank the vollume so I don't have to hear the talkers. As for actuall seating in an ideal environment I try to sit in what looks to be the best seat for sound, as the picture is usually ok from any seat..at least in my theaters.