Minor spoilers ahead thanks to these grade-A whingebags.
'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is still splitting opinion, with Rotten Tomatoes currently certifying it 91% Fresh but only scoring 52% with audiences, and now some people have complained enough about one scene in the film that cinemas in the US have had to post a disclaimer outside their screens.
The scene in question, which features ten seconds of absolute silence, has been a "repeated point of confusion" for patrons at AMC theaters, who have had to post the below warning to assure viewers that the moment is intentional and not a glitch or technical error.
It reads: "Please note: The Last Jedi contains a sequence at approximately 1 hour and 52 minutes into the movie in which ALL sound stops for about 10 full seconds. While the images continue to play on the screen you will hear nothing. This is intentionally done by the director for a creative effect."
Visual-effects supervisor on 'The Last Jedi', Ben Morris, previously talked with Collider the scene, saying: "We had always hoped that would resonate, both as a story beat and as a striking visual, and when I heard all of the cries and gasps in the silence, it was just fantastic."
"We realized that it worked. That’s never really happened in Star Wars before."
Unfortunately, not everyone appears to be that smart.