First, my daughter and friends could not see an R movie because they were 17 Not 18. Please look on the internet movie rating age laws. \r
No where is it stated at the theater that you must be 18. She obviously had my permission to see the movie, and I had to go buy the ticket for her and her friends, who also had permission, because I was over 21. Very much a hassle, but I had to prove a point to a young and rude 20 year old who was trying to enforce her powers on people much younger than her, probably because she was working for minimum wage and has no college aspirations at all. \r
YES! Popcorn is also stale, and the only reason my daughter went to this theater in the first place was because it is around the corner, and the movie started too early at the malco to make it on time. SHE SHOULD HAVE JUST BEEN LATE!\r
I have taken my younger child before, and it is dirty, sticky, stale popcorn and yet again RUDE employees. Why BOTHER! Unless the movie is PG and starts in 5 minutes, go to malco, or wait until the next one!