Spider-Man: There’s no way home blew the box office away, charting incredible ticket sales even without taking into account the fact that we’re still dealing with a pandemic and audiences are already nervous leaving their homes.
But the return to public life has made people forget about decorum over the past year, and it turns out that movies are getting the same treatment. TikToker @thatonecinemarketeprisee showed the aftermath of a recent screening of the film, in which the Cinemark was completely destroyed.
In the video, the floor is covered not only with popcorn but also with pieces of paper, said to be used as confetti. A device marked as “canon geant a confettis” (giant confetti) was also left behind by the stairs, and staff members stood around waiting to clear up the night’s mess.
“No way,” said one.
TikToker made it clear in their caption that chaos had occurred for a Spiderman streaming, and while a lot of people enjoyed the hype for the film, TikTok viewers didn’t like it being taken to devastating levels.
“Just bc that their job is to clean up doesn’t give you the right to make big messes,” @sweetkaos26 wrote. “I always take out the trash no matter where I am. Manners.”
“It’s the real ‘not my job’ people who are always the ugliest/dirtiest people then get offended when you call them out. Like? Who raised you? ” @yakuramichiri asked.
Some of the commenters also offered helpful suggestions ranging from cleaning up the mess with the help of leaf blowers to charging people extra for noisy screenings.
“I will charge each credit card $10,” said @s_johnson_voiceovers, while @undead_night41410 emphasized, “you guys need a raise after this or it’s dangerous when a big movie like this comes out.” .
As for TikToker, they later commented: “I just wanted to make it clear that I love my job and this has no reason to complain just thought it was funny enough to share.”
And there’s certainly humor in the disaster, but letting these workers clean up would be awful. Or as one viewer put it, consider the chaos a sequel to the series, “Spider-Man: I Want To Go Home”.
The Daily Dot has reached out to @thatonecinemarketeprisee via comment on TikTok.
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* First published: December 30, 2021, 10:38 a.m. CST
Rachel Kiley is a writer who sometimes writes a lot and sometimes lives in LA, but is definitely always on Twitter @rachelkiley.
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