If you ask Jonathan Hutton what his primary complaint is this week, he’ll tell you that toddlers should not be able to attend Jurassic World in theaters.
“But my primary complaint this week is not with the mother. It’s with the enforcement of this and allowing this to happen. Not that they need to pay someone to be a hall monitor,” he continued. “There should be a requirement that if you’re allowed in the theater for a certain film like going in, if they’re checking IDs to see if you’re with a guardian, you shouldn’t be able to bring a toddler in to watch Jurassic World if you’re charging whatever it was, 25, 30 bucks for me to go and watch it on the IMAX or any screen. That is my primary complaint.”
Watch to hear what Chad Withrow and Paul Kuharsky’s primary complaints are this week:
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