I can't believe it's impossible to go see a movie these days without some goober, and often more than one, thinking he/she has to use his cell phone during the show. Every time! It's very distracting, and the theaters have rules against it for good reason. Yesterday I went to see a show with my girl and the security guard had to tell two different people to put away their phones. At a different show about a month ago, some lady had her phone out for several minutes listening to it while it glowed brightly. You could see people around her annoyed, but afraid to say anything. Finally, after she had had it out for several minutes, I had had enough and I asked her to put it away. And she gave me attitude. I told her she was breaking the rules. She claimed she wasn't "talking." However, you could hear her voice mails as she listened; plus the thing was glowing brightly. She finally put it away when I threatened to get the security guard. People thanked me for getting her to knock it off. What's the point of going to a show if you're not going to watch it and you're just going to bug others around you? If a call or text actually is urgent, the person can leave the theater to deal with it. I've had my phone on vibrate in my pocket and have taken a call in the lobby before when something was important. Has anyone else been through this annoyance?