I went to see Dinner For Schmucks tonight with my brother. I know, I know. It’s not the most intelligent movie choice, but come on. I have to say that even though it wasn’t the funniest movie ever, there were some scenes in that movie that were so hilariously genius that I didn’t know what to do with myself. Steve Carell was absolute comedy. However, the merit of the movie is not today’s adventure. The real event took place outside the theater and in line for the snacks. It just so happened to be that Charlie St. Cloud opened tonight too, and as a result, there was a feeding frenzy of thirteen year old girls. I was surrounded by shrieking tweens hugging each other and staring and giggling at the posters of Zac Efron. At one point, a group of girls inside started staring at my brother and me, and they eventually kissed the glass in our direction. It was quite disturbing.
They also made the ticket line a lot longer than it had to be.
Screw Zac Efron.