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January 6, 2009

Movie Madness: 'See as many movies as you can in one day — for the price of a single ticket'


From the website:

    Schedule your own Movie Madness!

    With movie ticket prices reaching $10 and beyond in most theaters, moviegoers are in an awkward position these days. No one should ever have to fork over $10 to the evil MPAA just to see 85 minutes of whatever Hollywood is currently peddling as entertainment. So what is the avid — but principled — moviegoer to do?

    Movie Madness is the answer. The basic premise: see as many movies as you can in one day for the price of a single ticket. Not only will you be standing up for your rights as a moviegoer by withholding tens of dollars from the movie industry, but you will experience a non-stop, thrilling roller-coaster ride of entertainment and adrenaline. It's practically a sport.

    However, constructing an efficient schedule is difficult at best, even for the most advanced Movie-Madnessers. This site is here to aid everyone with a US Zip Code in scheduling their own Movie Madness.

    Undertaking a Movie Madness is not recommended for pregnant or elderly persons. You must be this tall to ride. Make sure to check out the tips from the experts.

    CAVEAT: Many movie theaters are not suitable for a Movie Madness. You may not be able to access all theaters with the purchase of a single ticket. Do a reality check before using these schedules and case the joint: you'll be happy you did.


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I just call it seeing a double feature. It's easy enough to come out of a movie and just look at the other doors near you to see what's playing (at least at newer theaters). The real trick is finding 2 or 3 movies that you actually WANT to see. I find it hard enough to find 1 movie in theaters that I want to see.

Posted by: Maximillian Hill | Jan 7, 2009 8:08:48 AM

I never quite understand why this isn't regular practice. Everyone knows that movie theaters don't make money on the movies, they make money on the concessions. Why not just have an "all day pass" that lets you in to any movie? I'm sure there are details that could be worked out so you don't have morons leaving 10 minutes in or showing up 30 minutes after it starts, but I never understood why it's "against the rules" to see more than one film in a day.

Posted by: Randee | Jan 6, 2009 11:50:19 PM

And while you're there you could see how many of the theater's crappers you could leave a sample of your excrement in.

Posted by: Flautist | Jan 6, 2009 9:41:43 PM

From the site: "Never feel bad about your Movie Madnessing. Just remember that some theaters are charging $10 a tickets nowadays. They have it coming."

**Nobody sees anything wrong with this reasoning here?**

O.k. I'm not even going to say anything- those that get it, get it without my saying anything- those that don't get it, no amount of words will ever make them understand.

Posted by: Lilorfnannie | Jan 6, 2009 8:32:07 PM

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