Hilarious Cruella review recounts cinema brawl in detail: 'I heard the sound of a taser'

A hilarious movie review has gone viral after a movie-goer recounted a scuffle that occurred during a screening of the newly-released Disney film Cruella. Cinemas are back open in the US, which has everyone excited. But for a New Yorker who intended to watch Cruella on the big screen, things […]

A hilarious movie review has gone viral after a movie-goer recounted a scuffle that occurred during a screening of the newly-released Disney film Cruella.

Cinemas are back open in the US, which has everyone excited. But for a New Yorker who intended to watch Cruella on the big screen, things got out of hand when a fight broke out between two women.

READ MORE: Cruella star Emma Stone says Disney villain Ursula should get her own movie

“Five ladies walked into the showing late and spent five minutes continually changing their seats and whispering loudly to each other,” the review began. “They finally got settled in, and then this kid started making noise. One of the women got up, walked over to the kid and told him to ‘please shut the f–k up.'”

“The kid’s mum yelled at her and called her a ‘white trash b—h’ and she yelled back and called her fat,” the story continued.

The reviewer went on to reveal that the back and forth quips sparked a huge “shouting match.” The group then “walked out and continued fighting right outside” while the audience left the cinema to watch the brawl.

“AND THEN I HEARD THE SOUND OF A TASER,” they recalled. “THE MOM TASED THE OTHER LADY.”

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According to the onlooker, the mum “stormed back into the theatre, grabbed her child and left really fast.”

The review concluded: “The movie was alright, but the experience was unforgettable.”

Cruella, starring Emma Stone, tells the story of Cruella de Vil’s life in the 1970s.

READ MORE: Emma Stone says her childhood crush Leonardo DiCaprio thinks she is ‘a little weird’

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In a recent interview with Variety, Stone discussed which other Disney villains should get a big-screen origin story — the actress said it would be interesting to see Ursula headline her own film.

“She’s an octopus and the world you would get to live in, like Ursula’s parents and what happened there,” Stone said. “You’ve never really seen a non-human Disney villain be explored in that way.”

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