Plot twist: that’s not your boss it’s 2 rascals in a trench coat stacked on top of each other
@awkward avocado , you mean a normal person
@awkward avocado , that vaguely describes Vincent Adultman, he always seems to be wearing a trench coat.
@hammy130, But does he work at the job factory?
I've confirmed this on FP before, and I'll confirm it again.
@Irrelevance , as someone who worked at AMC, my managers told me to stop people with food. Instead I told them to put it under their coat/in their purse. I think they knew I did that but I was their best employee
@Irrelevance , yeah... It more depends on the theater and managers. My managers say stop them... If you notice... And care. AMC REPRESENT
What! IVE WASTED 10k in 6 months because I lacked this essential knowledge. WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN WITH THIS INFORMATION ?!
@Zeni, uh... I think we might have more pressing things to talk about now... I'm here for you
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, wait... you mean to tell me that watching Thor 63 times in a month isn’t normal?
@Zeni, YOU HAVE A PROBLEM! Just except it!!!
@Zeni, YOU’RE WRONG! YOU DONT EVEN KNOW ME! What kinda dumbass name is “Zeni” anyway?!
@Zeni, OH GOD HE'S GOT A KNIFE SAVE THE CHILDREN
@Zeni, bought the popcorn and soda combo twice hey.. yeah, me too.
@Zeni, My theatre has a sign on the front saying not to bring in outside food, so I think you're good
There was an Edwards theater where I used to live that had an unspoken rule, once you were inside, you could see as many movies as you wanted that day.
As a former theater manager, we had a no outside food policy because our city required us to have a full restaurant license... we couldn’t risk our license because you brought food in, just like any other restaurant.
@obtuse gopher, I work at a theater at the moment and we don’t allow outside food so I think this one is not true. If we know about the food, drink, or candy not bought from us it has to be either eaten before entering, we hold onto it, or it goes into the trash.
My roommate was a theatre GM and a close family member was a first assistant. Between them they have worked at 7? theaters. To be fair all Regal. You can’t bring food in to theirs.
I was told I had to leave my store bought soda outside. This is sad.
The theater in a town I used to visit had signs saying you couldn't bring outside food though the place was prety old and that was a long time ago.
Movie truth: the actors can see you texting, too
She lied to you Ryan. I've managed for 5 movie theater companies. We never let people bring in food, but if I don't see it I don't care.
Rule or not nobody is paid enough to care
I’ve walked into a cinema with a Subway sandwich in my hand.