Am I the only one who doesn't like the idea of these theaters where waiters bring you food during the movie? I've never actually been to one, but this seems very distracting to me. I'm traveling for work and I'm going to be in Winchester, VA, which has an Alamo Drafthouse. So I ordered a ticket for Spider-man, but then I realized it's one of these theaters and canceled my ticket. I know Alamo theaters are supposed to be the best, and I'm sure they're fine theaters, but it seems odd to me that Alamo has a Nazi-like stance against people talking in the theater, but then there are waiters constantly walking back and forth taking orders, then you gotta hear people clanging forks against plates as they eat. For me this is just as distracting as someone talking. In my experience, when people talk during a movie it's usually a few sentences here and there, these waiters walk around the whole time. I guess I'm not the target audience for this kind of theater, I personally don't like to eat or drink anything while in a movie theater anyway. If I'm hungry I'll eat before, or after, never during a movie. But if I did I would still find waiters really distracting.