What's worse than bad movies? Bad audiences. Going to the movies would be great if it weren't for the other people, or at least those people who can't stop talking, texting, kicking seats, and crunching concessions at a decibel level higher than the actual film.
Film has a rare ability to transport us to different times and places, allowing a few hundred people in the audience to share a communal experience despite being mostly strangers. When even just one of these oblivious moviegoers is in the theater, however, it's a lot harder to be swept away by the magic of cinema. A horrible audience member can ruin it for everybody.
Who are the absolute worst moviegoers this side of the lobby? That's up to you.
A parent has the right to decide what kind of content is suitable for their child. It feels like a moral quandary, however, when there's a four-year-old in the crowd for Inglourious Basterds. Before the lights go down, you wonder if maybe the parents just don't know what the movie's actually about. Maybe you should say something?