If you’re having a hard time deciding on a movie for your friend to go see on a blind date (and you’re looking for someone who you think is interested), here are some tips to help you get there.
You’re not the only one who can do it.
The majority of blind date moviegoers are able to film the whole thing with their phone or laptop.
But if you’re not a huge fan of movies, you can also do it with a friend or two who has a compatible computer.
Make sure the movie is really good.
If the person you’re dating doesn’t really care about the film, or it’s not something they’d go out of their way to see, they can still have a great time.
If you plan on filming with a group of friends, you’ll want to let everyone know about your date, so that they can make reservations.
Make an effort to have a fun night.
If there’s a party or a celebration going on, make sure you’re planning on meeting people for drinks or dinner beforehand, and if possible, meet up with the friends who are in attendance.
Make a point of letting them know you have a film you’re interested in, even if it’s just a short film you’ve shot or a short video you’ve uploaded to your YouTube channel.
If it’s a longer film that’s about a big topic, like a historical or cultural event, it might be worth having a friend take the initiative and meet with you and the group.
Don’t be a total jerk.
If a movie is on a list, it’s okay to be condescending or even rude about it if you like the movie and it’s on a date.
Just be polite and polite about it. 7.
Make it fun.
If someone’s having a really good time, ask if they can come to your place for a drink or dinner afterwards.
If people are too shy to say no, make them come out and say it.
If they can’t say yes, ask them to invite you.
If your friend is going to be alone, don’t be the jerk.
Let them know it’s an okay thing to do. 10.
If no one wants to come, be open to it.
There’s nothing wrong with not wanting to go, but if someone is having fun, you may be surprised at how much fun you can have.