My family and I have been out to see a movie in the theaters more this year than any others that I remember. Your fellow movie-goers make or break your movie experience.

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Canva / Google Maps

Going to see a movie at the theater can be a real splurge for a family. I have found that I can save a bit by seeing a matinee and going to Showplace North because the popcorn is free. When you have so much invested and you are really looking forward to seeing a new movie, you don't want that experience ruined. Worse yet, you don't want to be responsible for raining milk duds on someone else's good time.

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You don't want to be the person that ruins the movie experience for everyone else. So, memorize these tips, and enjoy the show.

Reminder: Showplace has a fairly new age policy.

No person 15 years or younger is admitted after 6 pm unless accompanied by an adult 18 years or older. The accompanying adult must purchase tickets to the same movie, is responsible for the conduct and safety of the minor, and must remain with the children throughout the entire movie. A state-issued ID is required for proof of age.

Here are some of the movies that I have seen in the theater this year:

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