My mom and sister consider me the audience from hell, which is inaccurate. I'm one of those types that doesn't get caught up in the movie at all; I'm watching a film on a screen inside of an air-conditioned theatre. I don't do an MST3K gig or an RHPS affair. It's just that I don't get emotionally attached to the movie like they do, and that irks the hell out of them when they look over at me and I'm just watching.
My two major theatre offenses were Titanic and The Passion. During Titanic (I'm not spoilerizing this because it was seen by everyone and their sister), when Jack bit the dust, I cheered. Yep. I thought it was already overrated; great visual effects and history behind it, but not much of a script or characterization. James Cameron's visual genius managed to overshadow his shortcomings on the script, so I was thrilled when it was all over. Finally! I was reward with elbows from either side.
During the Passion, my sister cursed at me because I was eating popcorn during the scourging scene. Terribly ironic, considering the choice of curse she used and the movie we were watching. Like I said before, I don't usually get caught up in movies, and the Passion was a movie, and my trained reflex is to munch away on theatre popcorn. So I was stonewalled in the car on the way home by both my mother and my sister.
Not that I minded
"Oh tell me where your freedom lies
The streets are fields that never die
Deliver me from reasons why
You'd rather cry; I'd rather fly." -- Jim Morrison, The Crystal Ship
"The future ain't what it used to be." Jim Morrison.