In the world of multiplexes, AMC is pretty big. And, like they said in Spider-man:
"With great size comes great responsibility."
Wait, I don't think that was in Spider-man. Maybe it was in the adult film rip off.
Either way, AMC recognizes their responsibility to the community. Even though the community constantly confuses them with a TV network that used to show classic movies commercial free and now shows movies rejected by TBS and crams then full of commercials for hair care products.
Stupid AMC television.
But, let's not blame AMC theaters for that.
AMC does plenty of good for the community (although I don't think they played the smut version of Spider-man and I will never forgive them for that.)
This poster demonstrates their desire to keep kids out of the R-rated films.
"Show us your picture. We'll show you ours." They promise.
It's not true.
I.D. alone will not get you into the movie. You need money.
Stupid liars and their stupid television network.
The rest of the poster shows Bobby Teenager's "Valid Photo ID." Someone had scribbled all over Bobby's face before I took this photo. Bunch of savages in this town.
Speaking of which, Bobby lives in Anytown, USA.
Anytown USED to be a good place to live, but they started letting teens into R-rated films in the mid 1960s. Those teens grew to become adults and due to their exposure to the film Theatre of Death they all worship Satan today.
It's no wonder Bobby goes to the theater so often, it's an escape from watching his parents wade through the blood of non-believers.
Bobby has been a fixture at AMC theaters for over 10 years now. I have seen his mug at AMC theaters in AT LEAST a half dozen states. Bobby seems just a prevalent today as when he warned me and my juvenile buddies that a world of trouble awaited us if we tried to get tickets for Sliver.
The bottom line is: Bobby HAS to be old enough to see R-rated films now!
Here is a computer enhanced image of what he might look like today.