Best entertainment in town
From the giant outdoor screen (largest movie theater screen in the USA) to the excellent concession stand this place is top notch. And what a value! All the prices are so much lower than at an indoor movie theater, and the food's much better. Plus, you get three movies for less than the admission price of one movie anywhere else. As well as cartoons and classic intermission shorts. The staff is top notch, helpful, and just plain nice people.
Unless you insist on making them tell you to turn out your lights 3 or 4 times. But at that point you were the rude one. Don't even try justifying. You do not have a right to ruin the show for everyone around you. If you went to an indoor theater and shown a flashlight on the screen you'd be immediately ejected.
Sure, you'll hear bad things about the rules. Keep in mind that the people writing those things think they are above all rules and get mad when told they aren't. They want to let their kids run around a partly graveled lot in bare feet, figuring only other people ever step on sharp stones or broken glass. They think they have the right to shine their headlights on the screen or in your eyes all night long. They think state and federal laws against cameras in movie theaters can't apply to them, and refuse to believe that the law requires management to enforce no cameras.
Does the owner have a temper? Sure. I long ago lost count of how many lectures I've gotten. It's a LOT since I pretty much live at row 4 left most pole with an electrical box to the driver's side door. Did I deserve those lectures? Sometimes. Thing is, you make D mad and he yells and then it's over - steam blown off, life goes on. The man works 7 days a week, very long hours, and has quite a bit of stress. But he puts on a great show for you - so cut him some slack! If you had his job you'd have a temper too.
And cover your bleepin' daytime running lights already - it won't hurt you. And it will do wonders for improving tempers.