A building housing large screens dedicated to showing new movies starring everyone's favorite actors.
Often used as a daycare for underage kids whose parents fail at being parents and would rather leave their children in a place alone than actually spend time with them; only to get overly irate at the employees when their children go missing and the employees have no idea where their children are.
A Sheldon Cooper optimization activity: evaluating multiple seats in a theater by sitting in them and making strange hooting noises, to evaluate the acoustic dynamics of the theater and pick the absolute best seat in the house... It embarrasses everyone around him.
A car produced in limited runs from 1972-1975. Modeled after a Chevrolet G30 Beauville, built stock with a monocoque chassis and a 4.1L Inline 6 block, manual 4 speed transmission and RWD. Stock equipped with a turbo and plush interior made from suede and leathers from alligator and crocodile, as well as sheep and deer leathers. Standard package equipped with a dolby surround sound system, manual projector, and screen against the driver side pillar wall. Couch style seating for 8 across from the screen. MSRP starting ~$21,800
When going into a movie theater to choose a seat, the first seats that people look for are in empty rows, trying for as long as possible to not have to sit in the same row as another person or group of people. This is repeated until there are people in every row and then you HAVE to sit in a row with other people.
This is the movie theater rule.
This rule is offen appiled subconciously with out even realising it.