1) They will assume that their ability to grasp the story when they first watched it is greater than your ability to grasp it now, and will regularly explain what’s happening…although in fairness, with me, it’s probably a reasonable assumption on their part.
2) They will ruin any chance you might have of enjoying the funniest bits by saying “Oh I love this bit, it’s so funny…watch this bit…watch…watch…watch…watch…………there! That’s so funny isn’t it!”
3) They won’t be able to resist giving the plot away by saying things like “I’m not going to tell you who did it, but just notice what Frank does in this next bit.”
4) They will keep looking at you to see your reactions to various parts, so you in turn feel obliged to put on an Oscar-worthy performance of a whole range of emotions to keep them happy.
5) If you dare to look away from the screen for a moment, or to speak, or to blink, they will berate you for missing the most important part.
Am I right or am I right?