Sunday, December 28

This Crazy World We Live In

At No. 2, David Fincher's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" took home another $10.2 million, lifting its total haul to $22 million. Starring Brad Pitt, the film follows the story of a man who ages backwards.

CNN has a story about a man in Philadelphia who shot at a family of moviegoers because they wouldn't shut up during a showing of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, proving once and for all that movie theaters are in need of some kind of technology that would prevent this kind of people from entering them. I'm talking about, of course, people who talk during movies. James Joseph Cialella, 29, went to see Fincher's new movie on Christmas day, where he sat behind a family who talked during the movie. Cialella asked them to be quiet, which turned into an argument. So he walked around to their row and shot the father in the left arm after throwing popcorn at the son.

A man shot a talker at "Benjamin Button!"

4 comments:

donna summer's #1 fan said...

I just saw this! Very crazy! Shot the guy then sat back down to watch the rest of the movie while everyone else fled!

UBRINGMEJOI said...

wow.... imagine that, how is he going to sit back down and continue to watch the movie!

Milly said...

Crazier than a soup sandwich!

UBRINGMEJOI said...

i know right... and he sat back down to watch the rest of the movie! wow!