Social Interaction: Avengers Endgame Theater Experience
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Lights down, stage set, everyone settles in a tangible quiet excitement.
The time had finally come.
Just at the end of the commercials, the moment that had been long anticipated finally shows on the large screen:
The movie had been hyped for months since the last in the series had been released. Everyone who had been following the Avengers since the beginning knew this was going to be an experience of epic proportions.
I had planned to go to the premiere of the movie, but I decided to save a few dollars and wait a couple of days. Saturday was a full schedule. I had work, chores at home, and grocery shopping to do.
I worked until 1 pm and came home. I thought about going to the matinee, which cost a lot less than the premiere and the regular showings but I decided to wait until the next showing at 6 pm.
I got ready after I completed my other daily tasks. Around 10 to six, armed with my purse, phone, and prepared for awesomeness, I left the house.
Since the theater was just a few short blocks away, I walked. It wasn’t as hot outside because of the nice breeze. I went up to the ticket window and talked to the cashier. He told me I had enough time to get in the last commercial was playing.
I didn’t buy any snacks or drinks, I had just made it in time to find a seat before the movie began. The theater was packed. There was the exception of a few empty seats sandwiched in between large groups of people. I found the perfect spot and settled in.
Throughout the movie, I heard children commenting on different parts of the movie. I loved hearing their input. All of the interaction of the audience was truly an amazing experience.
We laughed... we cried... we even cheered a few times.
In the end, everyone applauded. The sheer joy of being truly entertained for almost three hours was worth the acknowledgment. Everyone needs to have the theater experience at least once in their lives.