Center of the row. Center of the auditorium.
That’s where I like to sit at the movies.
So I watch with furrowed brow when folks purposefully choose the aisle seat. Or sit in the first row when there are so many other options still available. I’ve always imagined the ‘aislers’ want to stretch out their legs…or take frequent bathroom breaks.
Or like their world view off-center.
Today I went to the matinee at the newly renovated 84th Street AMC here in my neighborhood in Manhattan.
It has cushy recliner seating and large aisles between rows, so legroom is never an issue. You even get to reserve your seat online or at the box office when you buy your ticket.
So, here’s the test: with all those improvements, where were people sitting?
On the front row. And on the aisle. Plus a few folks clustered around the center.
It takes all kinds to make an audience.
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