LAP Interviews ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Moviegoers

Since the release of Fifty Shades of Grey over Valentine’s Day weekend, everyone’s been talking (at a volume low enough so that no one can actually hear them) about this cinematic interpretation of E.L. James’s seminal contribution to literature. We’ve all seen who’s reading Fifty Shades of Grey, but who’s willing to pay ten bucks to see the movie? LAP correspondents visited a local theater to pick the brains of these moviegoers.

It seemed like an average day at the neighborhood AMC: the employees were disgruntled, the floor was stickier than ever, and everyone walking out of the public restroom was showing early signs of post-traumatic stress disorder. We began our journey at the ticket window, where we purchased tickets to see the 11:00 AM showing of Fifty Shades of Grey. The employee assisting us, Roger, didn’t seem surprised by our movie selection (which was disconcerting to say the…

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