Everyone at this drive-in seemed to use it as a babysitter, letting their kids run free while they conversated/drank beer by their vehicles. Also, the man at the booth gives you a list of rules---a few of them being to NOT sit on your vehicles OR beside them, but in front of them. The rules also stated that you had to keep your lights off. Before the movie started, I had a large group of children kicking and throwing a volleyball at my car several times. I also watched them hit other cars. Any attempts to get them to stop were fruitless, because as previously mentioned, parents just drop their kids off and treat this place like a babysitter so they can have a good time without disciplining their kids. Finally, when the movies started, the kids were gone--hooray! Unfortunately, the drive-in continued to let customers in 20, 30, and 40 minutes after the movie started. These people were rude, came in with their lights on, and made it impossible to pay attention to the movies. In addition, some of the late arrivals parked right in front of me, stood in the back of their trucks, and piled things on their roof, blocking my view of the screen (I couldn't go back any further, because I was all the way in the back). I yelled loudly for them to sit down about five times with no success. Finally, my boyfriend yelled and they sat down, although this didn't help their pile of junk on the roof of their truck. The concession popcorn and soda was the worst I'd ever had, and I eventually had to leave because of late arrivals distracting me with their lights, people popping open their SUV trunks, people taking pictures, and people obstructing my view. If you come to this drive-in, I urge you bring the largest vehicle you kind find. Also, I hope you are a person who doesn't mind having kids throw things at your vehicle, people breaking rules terrible food, and constant distractions from cameras and late arrivals. Don't expect to have a hassle free time at the drive-in of irresponsible parents/inconsiderate teens. NO RESPECT here!!