Am I hopelessly old fashioned? When did it become acceptable to use your cell phone in the movies? I'm not talking about holding a conversation on your cell phone, but text messaging. I suppose the assumption by the "texter", is that texting is silent and therefore not disruptive to other theatre goers. I beg to differ. I have attended two movies in the last month or so and at both, I was annoyed by texters seated in front of me, holding their phone up above seat level and therefore impossible to ignore by anyone seated behind them. If it is necessary to communicate by phone, why not do it in the lobby? Just wondering...sorry about the rant. I'm usually very agreeable but I guess this is just become a new aspect of attending movies which I will have to adjust to! By the way, with the exception of the above, Dream Girls was fantastic!