“I went to see M:I:3 [Thursday] night at the local AMC 20 plex, expecting at least a sizeable crowd. I pulled up to the theatre and there wasn’t a single person at the box-office window . I thought that they had cancelled the screening, or that maybe I had misread the time in the paper. Nope. I walked up, bought a ticket and walked inside. There wasn’t a single person in line at the concession stand either.
And this was the only theatre in town showing the midnight showing of M:I:3. I walked into the theatre and maybe 20 people were in there, and that’s being generous. Walking out after the movie ended, I noticed a few women shaking their heads and the guys kind of jawing about how they liked it. I overheard one female say, ‘I don’t care what you think, I still don’t like him” And she wasn’t talking about Phillip Seymour Hoffman.” — David DuBos, “Movie Talk” host, New Orleans, LA.