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Online or Offline. Reviews Review Policy. View details. Flag as inappropriate. A cinema is a public space, keep your bodily odours to yourself! Rob: Well said! Simon says don't take off your shoes — keep your odours — that's your smells — to yourself. He says you are not at home! It really breaks my concentration.
And then there are parents who bring their noisy kids. Rob: Well that's OK if it's a special child-friendly screening but not if the film is unsuitable for children — the parents are just using the cinema as a babysitter! Sounds like a good idea to me. Rob: Yes, especially if the box of popcorn is as big as the one I asked you about earlier. According to the Guinness World Records, which country was the biggest box of popcorn ever served in? Rob: You are wrong actually. The largest box of popcorn was made in Croatia with a volume of It was filled in 1 hour and 57 minutes at an event to mark the opening of a new multiplex cinema.
OK Neil, before this Oscar-winning programme ends, there's just time to remind us of some of the vocabulary that we've heard today: Neil: Yes, we heard: etiquette multiplex distractions auditorium surround-sound film critic dual screening bad manners code of conduct bugbears slurping a big no-no Rob: Thanks Neil, wonderful. Well, we hope you've enjoyed today's programme. Now, do you fancy some popcorn? Neil: Yeah I do actually.
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